That was abosolutely adorable.And interesting.~
I don't this is very dark.If you wrote:She's a fucking fallen angel and she'll rip your balls off after she rapes you and your dog.
It rhymes well,but to add insult to you're little insult war,what's the point?
I have a Mary Sue named Gwendolyn...don't I?
Your vocabulary confuses me a little, but I think the message is sweet.I write poetry for my girlfriend often.Check it out..
Author's Response: Thanks for your review. There are a few astronomical terms in my poem, because I\'m addressing my lover at the time of the summer solstice. I understand that not everyone will picture what I\'m trying to convey, but the poem was initially written for one person. I\'ll be sure to read and review your poetry.
You use of the word"Ergo" in your summary is incorrect,and out of context because Ergo=Thus,and if it is supposedly silly then you should let us know that you are silly.THIS IS WHAT YOU SHOULD HAVE SAID:I am a very silly person."Ergo"this story is silly.You cannot say thus without a proper explination.
I feel guilty for reviewing you like that.I was actually just messing with you for a good laugh,but I feel like I'm getting the silent treatment...and the air around me is cold..um..bye..?
Author's Response: :D I\'m not giving you the silent treatment, I just haven\'t been on this site recently. I am a silly person, it\'s a well known fact. Thanks for the review, even if I did have to read it a couple of times to understand it :)
Oh thank god you aren't mad, but I'm sorta schizo or something when it comes to using words right and grammer, and so on.
Mixing ancient Rome with lotr characters...and supposedly taking place within the movie Troy? Ingenious.
Author's Response: Actually nothing is from ancient Rome, all the characters ( except the ones from lotr) belong to the story ( and movie)\r\n) of Troy written by Homer. Though I suppose the names are a bit the same as names of Romans.
I've always favored old Bombadil, and was wondering if he'd ever re-enter the story.But now he isn't the same!We'll see about that.
Author's Response: Nothing and no one can stay the same forever. \"Time is like a raging river upon which events happen; for as soon as something new is seen, it is swept away, and another takes its place. And this, in its turn, will also be swept away.\"
---Marcus Aurelius Antoninus
This Fourth Age story of Tom and Goldberry Bombadil is my own interpretation. I have no idea if Tolkien had any private thoughts on the matter other than what has already appeared in his published works. I have one or two other possible stories in mind for Bombadil, but they won\'t appear for quite some time.
Thanks for reading and reviewing.
Whoa,whoa!Haldir doesn't have the power to steal the moon from the sky!And why all the strange weather?I am utterly and hopelessly confused.
Author's Response: Author\'s Response: I am so out there!I had no idea what you meant by \"allegorical\", so I had to look it up.\r\nThis is the second time you\'ve gotten me stumped on some word.I don\'t really study poetry at all,I just write what \r\nI think sounds good.Like in the novel I\'m \r\nwriting!I despise doing the workbook I forced myself to buyrn to help me with writing.rnIt\'s really simple stuff like \r\nhow I should use certain things and why.\r\nI have the most trouble with typing my manuscript!First of all,I type with one finger!\r\nSecond,I hate using computers for hours on end because I get a headache...;(I don\'t know how my career will go!\r\nWell,thank you for the comment.The 31st is my girlfriend\'s birthday,but I just had to give her my presentNOW!!\r\nShe has me on a leash,I swear it!But that\'s perfectly fine for me.Heh-heh.
Pretty good.For some reason I imagined it as disco,or techno.
Author's Response: haha, interesting interpretation. I\'ll admit wasn\'t quite what ii had in my head when wiritng it, but if it worked for you i\'m not complaining! Thankyou for reviewing! xx