|"Dear God" Reviews/Comments [ 9 ]|
| Reviewed By: Eartha [MediaMiner Member] On: September 27, 2008 22:00 CDT|
Beautiful and heartfelt. You are an amazing writer who possesses the rare gift of conveying emotion through simple words.
| Title: This. Hit. Home.|
Reviewed By: iloveanimecartoons [MediaMiner Member] On: July 18, 2008 07:50 CDT
Style of Writing: 10 of 10Comment/Review:
Spelling & Grammar: 10 of 10
Originality/Creativity: 10 of 10
Enjoyment Factor: 10 of 10
Overall Rating: 10 of 10
The words, they flow from the screen and become a literary conversation-a cleansing flood of words, ideals, feelings and realizations. I love reading your OS because they breathe reality into fiction. This reminds me of the loss my family recently suffered and my lingering feelings of losing my parents at a reasonably young age...and my chest got tight. I didn't cry this time but I can't damn close. How you're so open, so brave, to put your all into your works and expose yourself to the world is so...refreshing and appreciated. Feels good to release, I know. It's like...like... Wow, Sue...you've got the heart of a poet! I can't HELP but be drawn in. This was beautiful as much as it was awful. Beautiful because of the flow and heart poured into it; awful because of the sheer honesty of the emotion I drew from it, not your work, not the piece as a whole, just what it drew out of me-a moment of brutal clarity. It just...drew out long-dormant ponderings, regrets, yearnings and made me stop and pause. And I realized how much I missed certain people much more than I credited and I resolved to make a plethora of phone calls and letters. A wake up call of sorts. It touched me. And it was wonderful to read. Thank you.
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Reviewed By: nymphminxgoddess [MediaMiner Member] On: July 17, 2008 15:32 CDT
Hey Sue...I'm sorry I haven't been around more. My Grandather died Tuesday so the timing of this was...bitter sweet. As always I find your writing amazing.
| Reviewed By: My-Only-Love [MediaMiner Member] On: July 17, 2008 05:16 CDT|
Wow, that was truly touching. Very beautiful, I feel like telling everyone I care about in my life right now how much they mean to me... which is something I shall do.
| Reviewed By: Rogue Destiny [MediaMiner Member] On: July 17, 2008 02:13 CDT|
Style of Writing: 9 of 10Comment/Review:
Spelling & Grammar: 10 of 10
Originality/Creativity: 10 of 10
Enjoyment Factor: 8 of 10
Overall Rating: 9 of 10
Sue: As I hope she told you, though I don't know if she did for sure, my deepest condolences. As you know, She and I lost someone very close to us recently as well, she her love, and I very close friend. This touched me in a way that I didn't even realize I needed until just today, and I thank you for the bit of therapy you injected into my own heart. Godspeed, and my prayers are with you. Travis
| Reviewed By: oblivion-bringr [MediaMiner Member] On: July 17, 2008 00:23 CDT|
Beautiful. Here's one from me to you: Yesterday I shed tears. One I loved so young taken away, thrust into a place where no one loves him at all. Today I awoke and held strength in my heart as I took a step into his room. A myriad of emotions each one as poignant as the last overcame me and I couldn't bear the site of the emptyness any longer. Before I sleep I ask God if he, one so young that I loved deserved to be made to travel the path he was set on. I still await and answer. But tomorrow has already come and a new today as been born, yet the pain of the day before last still lingers like the last fading memories of a dream so vivid yet easily wisked away in the wake of your consciousness. I yearn to sleep again. So that I may dream of the answer not given. A place where the question does not exist and the one I love so young is unscathed by life's trials and tribulations. Brother come home so I can wake up to your smile. And every thing wrong will be right again
| Reviewed By: monkeyseemonkeynodo [MediaMiner Member] On: July 16, 2008 23:37 CDT|
Overall Rating: 10 of 10Comment/Review:
Wow that was beautiful. Sometimes I feel like that. I start to wonder if I do things just in vain or if the people that I want to know I care even acknowledge it at all...My mother tells me I worry too much and that I'm analytical for my own good but then if we weren't supposed to have the ability to question and ponder and doubt would the human race really be what it is? Anyway back to the work, I think it's really beatiful and writing therapy is a good way to start!
| Reviewed By: cloverfire19 [MediaMiner Member] On: July 16, 2008 23:29 CDT|
This was really beautiful. I know that saying that I can relate probably isn't much consolation, but I lost my grandmother a little over a year ago, and I still struggle with God. I'm not an avid church-goer and it hurts me to think that more of the ones I love will join Him in the future, but to know that I can turn to Him and He will listen...well, that comforts me a little, I suppose. I guess more than anything, I wanted you to know that you're not alone in what you're feeling, and I'm sure you know that, but sometimes it's good to see/hear someone say it. You're in my prayers.
| Reviewed By: tessie_fanfic [MediaMiner Member] On: July 16, 2008 23:23 CDT|
i've been there sue, just recently in fact. the pain comes in waves and just when u think its over, a fresh batch starts. its true though, u never know what u got till its gone. although its sad when love ones leave us, know that at this moment they aren't in pain, they are happy, they are with god. i'm not a bible pusher. i just know god is there for me when i need him. i hate church in fact, lol. sue, ur family and you more than ever are in my prayers. i've loved reading you ever since i found you all those years ago. i care about you simply because u bring me joy when u update. even in the midst of sorrow, u still update. u are a true writer, a true poet. u see colors where others see just life. take care of urself and know that im praying for you always. tessie_fanfic