|25 Jun 2002|| Aurélie Scarborough|
Your poems are great, and I don't think the English is very bad, especially considering that you've probably never lived in an English-speaking country before. Your poems have great atmosphere and I love them Natalie Touretsky (Gerie Aren)
replies: "Thank you!)"
|28 Jun 2002|| Anya ´broom rider´ Kholodova|
Hi Natalie! Your poems are great; they have this great fantasy atmosphere…
You are so brave to write poetry on your second language, I will never dare! “You are too brave to live!” he-he-he
… But honestly, I am very, very impressed! *bows* Natalie Touretsky (Gerie Aren)
replies: "Thank you!) I write on my third language (hebrew) too... For me it's only a question of vocabulary size, it seems. If I know enough words and feel sure enough with grammar, I'll write in any language)"
|15 Jul 2002|| Alice "Missing Enigma" Raven|
Wow - these are great! I love your poems! ^_^ They are even better (if thats possible) because they're not in your first language! Well done! *three cheers* Very beautiful writing, keep doing it. Add some more if you can! Natalie Touretsky (Gerie Aren)
replies: "Thank you! I'm adding more pretty soon: update is worming it's way through the moderators))))) Hope they will leave at least somethng of it!"
|16 Aug 2002|| Emily Grist|
Your poetry says something but I really can't say what...the words are not coming to me yet. But one word is sure...WOW! Your very good and convey your ideas in a very lovely manner. I hope to see more...?
I like writing too, but you lived in Russia? And now Israel?
That's cool. Better then living in Spokcandy. (Spokane, Washington, USA). Anyway, I need to learn how to write poetry, you can look at what I've got but it's not much. Good luck in future ways, Natalie! :: smiles and skips back to her lil hut in Elfwood, leaving a trail of some Japanese candy behind for her to follow... (I don't know what kind of candy Russia has...sorry...) :: Natalie Touretsky (Gerie Aren)
replies: "Thank you!)) Well, changing countries isn't that easy I took it pretty well, but so many didn't... I'll jump to your page someday in near future)))
I never tasted japanese candy, it's not too popular in Israel) Well, candy is candy anyway)))"
|18 Aug 2002|| Anastasia I-Morn-Gwathren|
Gosh, I'm beginning to get jealous! Natalie Touretsky (Gerie Aren)
replies: "Don't be!) Your english is far better than mine, both the usage of grammer and vocabulary"
|23 Aug 2002|| Elizabeth 'SpaZ' Avent|
I updated!!! I have part four up of "In A Dream State"!!!!
|20 Sep 2002|| Cynthia L. Snyder|
If I had your talent for words, creating these singing emotions and vivid imagery, I would give up drawing and set my hopes to pen. Natalie Touretsky (Gerie Aren)
replies: "Why? ) You can draw very well. And, anyway, we can have more than one hobby, and be good at it)) Thanks for reading!)"
|25 Feb 2003|| Loriel|
The design is great! Very interesting page, I'm very glad to be here, thank you for a link, Gerie!
You are very talented, just do not stop - write! It's wonderful we have met in Internet (well, I'm starting a poem...) - it's an honor for me! Natalie Touretsky (Gerie Aren)
replies: "The credit for the page design goes to site-owners (Tomas and co) But I agree that it's cool!)))
About what the poem will be?"
|25 Jun 2005|| Natty Angel|
The above number&letter nonsense was me trying to write in russian. Oh well.
|25 Jun 2005|| Natty Angel|
Shalom and п&;#1088;ивет! It's nice to see a fellow russian/israeli envolved in the arts! Yeay! How did you manage to learn English anyway while living in Israel? Anyway, I like your poems, they are very imaginative. I'm very impressed! *imagines a black unicorn, hides under the bed* Natalie Touretsky (Gerie Aren)
replies: "Thank you for a nice comment. I learned English while I was still in Russia. "Spets-shkola" if it says you something. 7 hours of English a week, since 2 grade. And really good strong teachers. And in Israel I read English a lot too. "