|13 Apr 2007|| Désirée Dippenaar|
Hello~ Welcome to Elfwood! ^^
What I've read on your page so far is really good! I hope to see more of your works sometime~ ^^ Alison Clare Grills
replies: "Thanks. I'm glad to be a part of Elfwood. I've just added some new items so please come and have another look."
|13 Apr 2007|| Lynn K Hollander|
Say it with Flowers:
I had trouble keeping my disbelief suspended, although I was trying, when we got to the part about orchid seeds. When she put it in the pot and covered it with soil, I had to stop. Sorry. You made it sound as if it were the size of an acorn, or possibly a eucalyptus button.
I did manage to finish the story. Interesting. Alison Clare Grills
replies: "Fair enough, I admit I don't really garden so it was a work of pure imagination and I may have been off the mark. I just wanted to create the putting to bed and tucking in image. I guess she could have just pushed the tiny seedling down with the tip of her finger but it doesn't quite have the same feel. At any rate, glad to hear suggestions, very much a learner in the story stakes. More of a poet by nature."
|12 Jun 2008|| Scott martin|
Hi, this is the only way I can contact you since your personal email is not listed. I am a musician / song writer from vancouver bc canada. I am interested in one of your works to turn into a song. This is a serious permission request. Please contact me scott martin at firstname.lastname@example.org for further detail & info... Thank you...
|25 Jul 2008|| Mira Rokala|
Don´t you ever stop writing! I wandered here by coinsidence, and simply fell in love with your poems.
I wish I could write like that...
|28 Aug 2009|| Sherwin ortonio remorin|
poets! --------------makes me say woah, wow, yihaaaa!
i admire your works so much!
if you have time, please stop by my gallery and please leave something to read..
|18 Mar 2013|| Anon.|
I just read a poem of yours posted by on Facebook. It is about the world turning upside down. Truly a wonderful poem full of the best images and fantasies. Needless to say, I love it.