The writing was so descriptive and beautiful it reminded me of poetry. As with the others I loved the last lines, even if it ended the dream.
Author's Response: woops - sorry, I must have missed this comment... I\'m so glad you liked it! I love it when I can let go and write in whatever style you call that - free verse, prose? I don\'t know! but often it doesn\'t suit what I\'m writing so I can\'t - dreams though, dreams are wonderful! I\'m glad you liked the last lines as well! it seems so wrong, cliched and anticlimactic to write \'...and then he woke up\' but I guess that\'s what happens so... *grins*
I completely agree, that was stunning. The end line was an amazing way to end it by returning us brutally to reality.
Author's Response: yuh huh... reality can be a killer huh... all our dreams come crashing. I\'m really glad you liked it!
Oh, the end is so well done! "She's a good girl, Martha. Don't know what I'd do without her." Holy geez, way to end it!
Author's Response: *grins* I\'m glad you liked it! and thankyou for reviewing!
Lovely, angsty missing scene! Captures well why John Smith put her in his Journal of Impossible Things. Thanks for posting.
Author's Response: Thankyou... yeah after that mention of Rose I just couldn\'t resist... I love that journal!
really beautiful and very poignant
Author's Response: Thankyou! *glows with pleasure*