|29 Sep 2002|| Julie|
your poems and story seems to be very nice, but I'm sorry, I didn't understand everything as well, but I think it was enough, to know what it is about.
Go on like that and with that ! ! ! !
|2 Oct 2002|| Jennifer B Tomczak|
I love your poems, great job! S. Kocurova
replies: "teff gapes at Jennifer's stories and rapidly signs up to mutual admiration club: "
|19 Oct 2002|| Kristoffer C. G. Johansson|
good poems. I haven't read your story yet, but I really like "Dark lords rant". Keep writing! S. Kocurova
replies: "Glad you like it: its good to have the opinion of another poet! "
|5 Oct 2003|| Perpetually Curious|
After coming across one of your helping paragraphs I just wanted to know why it's "thy horse has been stabled?" as surely it would be "thy horse hath been stabled?" because the horse is the subject 3rd person therefore "thy horse (it) hath been stabled?" S. Kocurova
replies: "Basically because I'm lazy. I chose to focus on the 'thou' form instead of doing a full archaic grammar thing. I'm a bit shaky on the rest of the forms and I think that for people who aren't quite as interested as I am, getting 'thou' right is quite enough to be going on with."
|21 Oct 2003|| Kate 'The Pirate' Riley|
hiya I'll be back laterz just to say that I have updated The Lost Princess and will be back soon to check out more of your work xx S. Kocurova
replies: "Indeed. I shall most certainly scoot over and read..."
|30 May 2005|| Larry N. Morris|
Comgratulations for being selected Writer of the Day.
Good poems, though very different than my own.