Mad experiments and burnt eyebrows in the arena of literature
Nice. Evocative. Mysterious. Lines like 'our touches bound only in candlelight' and 'rafters cracked with stars' are great, because they say so much with so few words.I happen to know this guy, this Maine Character, and he's great.
Wow! So much told in such few words. And so sentimental. Who said men like this didn't exist in this world? :o) I just 'met' Maine Character, too. He emailed me after seeing my book trailer. Nice guy!
'so few words', rather :-/
This was beautiful.
Lovely and evocative, just as Matthew says. Nicely done! :)
Thanks, everyone! This is the first time I’ve been bold enough to share my writing, and so you know it means a lot.Bryan’s a great editor, which put me in good hands, and thanks to him and Matt for encouraging me to do this.
Love your writing, Maine character, it touches the soul.
Mysterious is right. Couldn't decide if they are lovers, siblings, or ghosts. I liked it........dhole
Bravo. Matthew is right it is very mysterious.
Wonderful! You seemed to stuff a lifetime into so few words! Evocative writing, brought back some nice memories! :)
Thanks again, everyone. Much appreciated.Donna – ghosts would be cool. And I can definitely see how you thought siblings, with “twin” and “sister-spirit,” but she’s simply describing how, at just the right time, she found someone who validated how she is. A teammate of hers who’s also looked at boys and wondered what they could ever have to offer her.
Now: when the hell are you going to start a blog?
That's so beautiful! I love "rafters cracked with stars"and "sinking through the midnight breeze". Matthew's right - evocative is the right word. Very other-worldly. Great work, MC, and I'm with Matthew again - when are you going to start a blog?
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