Date: 08/03/2011 3:31 PM Title: none
This is wonderful - moody, evocative, and beautifully poetic. And English isn't your first language? Wow. I loved every single second of it and the lyrical writing made me see every scene in my mind's eye as though I was watching a movie (HOW I would love to see a movie of this...)
Seriously. I can't even.... Too much love for this wonderful story and no words to do it justice in a review. Absolutely, heart-wrenchingly beautiful.
Date: 11/15/2010 6:37 AM Title: none
One of my all-time favourites, saved from Kira Nerys's site years ago, actually one of the best, most poetic and beautiful K/S stories ever written. Absolutely stunning, it's writing of the highest quality. I read it several times a year.
Date: 10/14/2010 6:49 AM Title: none
WOW. I think this is the best word for describing my feelings after reading. It was shocking. You did perfect characterization, good description of both officers’ feelings and contemplations. And of course the heat and passion they held for each other flooded them. I’m flattered and still under the influence of this remarkable story. The poems at the beginning and the end are also amazing.
Two favourite lines:
“forgetting for a moment the stifling heat, the strange white sun that shone on a planet of red deserts”
And: “And this is a morning in the strange town, while behind the window the rain played its rhapsody.”
I have to reorganize my brain cells after reading it. It short-circuited my mind :) Thanks for sharing it. Amazing. Again.
Date: 08/28/2010 7:24 AM Title: none
Oh, this was lovely. Such wonderful and unconventional descriptions--English as a second language wasn't a hindrance here, but gave the piece extra charm and made the story-telling much more personal and heartfelt. It was infused with rain. Light and cleansing. A beautiful read.
Date: 12/30/2009 9:51 AM Title: none
One of the best K/S stories I ever read. I never tire of reading it time and again.
You have a wonderful style, simple and yet so evocative, so lyrical, so intense. I totally agree with Sasheer: I was so involved that I could actually *hear* the rain drumming on the window..
Beautiful. Bewitching. Gorgeous. Words could never be enough to describe it.
Date: 09/14/2009 4:21 AM Title: none
Wow. I really like the poetry of that story. You have a unique style. And I always thought there should have been some kind of explanation between Jim and Spock after Amok Time, and that Kirk should have had just a certani measure of wariness, regarding his first officer. Thanks for writing this story :).