|17 Oct 2000|| John Giles|
I really like this poem. The imagery is great. Reminds me of the River Styx of Greek Mythology (which I suppose is the idea). P.S. All my dramatic writing comes off sounding morbid and depressed too, I think it tends to make people worry about me
|8 Sep 2003|| Elizabeth Wilcox|
I enjoy your ability to write from an ancient, mythical point of view and still be able to have the poem relate to the 'average reader'.
|28 Jun 2006|| Kerry|
You are such a talented writer.
Plz read my story. Unfortunately i dnt have an elfwood gallery so my story is posted on my friends site:
i would be really gr8ful if anyone would read it and leave me some helpful comments.
|3 Apr 2010|| Katherine Elaine Belt|
This is so hauntingly beautiful and moving. I love how you’re calling forth imagery of death and tying it in with the idea of dreaming. You’ve got such a way of describing settings, it makes the reader truly feel like they’re there.
As far as still writing as if you’re suicidal, I know the feeling! I think that, once you’ve been there and been touched and actually seen that darkness, it stays with you, in a way, if that makes any sense.