|21 Mar 2003|| Charles Mills Trowbridge|
Seems like the sort that song that would (in myth at least) a protective circle against the people it was written about. Sort of like singing away goblins. I like this one alot as well, you capture the sort of structured chaos (such as breaking into conversation at some points) that I find few authers really capture about clasic songs. Nice work. Kate "Silverfish" Jennings
replies: ""Structured chaos" - I like that. Thanks."
|17 Apr 2004|| Anonymous|
wow! Kate "Silverfish" Jennings
replies: "Much as criticism is appreciated, this is such a heart-warming comment. I hope it isn't pride or anything, but it is so enjoyable to make things people like. Thanks."
|19 Jul 2004|| Kenneth Joseph Fontano|
Finally a poem that frickin rhymes...You know how long i've been looking for one of these...Forever...And on top of that...Good job...Not that i have anything against poems that don't rhyme but it takes more effort for it to rhyme...Makes me think the person spent a bit more time on it...Again...Great job Kate "Silverfish" Jennings
replies: "But rhymes are so much fun! And you can get away with a lot more sickly sentimentality when you have a decent beat. Thanks!"
|8 Feb 2007|| Anonymous|
Yay! I REALLY enjoy this sort of thing. You just made my day. love to see more of this sort of thing.
|2 Apr 2008|| Jacob Bowdin|
That was really good, I enjoyed III the best I think, some creepy lines in there. I could definately see these as nursery ryhmes, or something to warn kids awy from certain things.