|27 Aug 2000|| Amanda 'Nightflower' Wong|
Damn you people, comment! *dirty look* This is a good poem! *sniff* I feel sorry for Medusa...she must be so lonely...I'd give her a hug but that would probably involve me turning into stone..maybe if I closed my eyes
|16 Oct 2000|| John Giles|
great poem. a nice fresh point of view to a classic story. I never really thought about how medusa must feel. great stuff!
|7 Dec 2000|| G. K. 'Kat' Bird|
Why... why... -sniffle.- She sounds so sad. Wonderful work, madame... But so horridly sad. I know I wouldn't wanna be like her, no. No way!
|15 May 2001|| Ryan R. Baron|
*Grr's, is gonna break the rules, darnit* Wow, ehe. That's a very good poem. The idea is very fresh, and I don't think I've ever seen a poem done from the persona of Medusa.
|27 Oct 2002|| Siren|
Poor Medusa. It wasn't even really her fault that she was a monster. It was Athena's! However, she was her priestess, and then went to Poseidon for love, and as a siren, the nymphs favored by Athena, I can say I understand...
|24 Jan 2003|| Troels J°rgensen|
Najs poem... I think I like it very much, but then again I'm not entirely sure. It makes me think of past relationships and the femme fatale in every woman... curse your sweet words and hard dagger thrusts.
Yes, now I know I like it... Sweet taint!
|8 Mar 2003|| Kristi Washington|
Wow. That was amazing. I like how you made her seem like she wasn't really bad on the inside. Ya know, how you overlooked the prejudices about her. Very nice.
|8 Sep 2003|| Elizabeth Wilcox|
This is wonderful. I love the way you portray Medusa. I myself have written a poem about her from a different point of view. You have an excellent sense of rhythm and of tone, and it was a pleasure to read your poem. ~liz