Reviews For A Momentary Thing

2006.09.06 - 11:59AM
6: Palimpset

A very wild and twisted ride! If anything it does show us that hope can be anywhere and you can and should make change. Thanks.

2006.09.06 - 08:43AM
1: Chapter 1

Very interesting and beautiful piece of writing. I must admit it certainly made me think adn re read the whole thing more than once - loved it!

2006.08.30 - 06:03PM
4: Retribution

He would eat the last cheese, woudln't he? Interesting personification.

Author's Response: Thanks for all the reviews! This one\'s a bit different, but i\'m in a dif mood lately. Again, many thanks.

2006.08.30 - 12:38PM
3: Sci-fi characters never stay dead

Ah mysteries reveal themselves as the layers of the onion are peeled. Onions make you cry but they are awfully good sautéed with white wine or red.

2006.08.30 - 11:57AM
2: When you see History coming, Duck...

Children with goldfish should be taught that life is a precious, precious thing even if fleeting for some. It should not be squandered or treated poorly – perhaps especially if fleeting. To live to see the end of days is a hard thing. I live secure in my own mortality and choose not to propagate new life. Lovely writing.

2006.06.07 - 03:13PM
1: Chapter 1

This is beautifully written and thought-provoking, too. It is well worth reading simply for the lovely and skillful use of words and images. Truly, a gorgeous piece.

2006.05.30 - 09:20AM
1: Chapter 1

Nice images-- I specifically like "coconut muppet-flesh" ~ yow! It is an ethereal piece- I like the idea of the Watchtowers- outside of time or from before... though I don’t know who is speaking-- not a Time Lord-- they don't have snoopy pillows do they...
If no one wishes is it better or worse? I mean stale sad wishes that fester are no good but~ to have hope or dreams and wishes~ is pretty human.