Comments : A Touch of Moonlight

  • 1 year ago

    by Xaque

    The writer pieced together a beautiful scene in a wonderful style that rolled off the tongue. I thought the lines "Silken-spun lacework of spider's webs/ Glistened with strands, dewy-pearled," where especially brilliant. The birds saying things to the rabbits brought the world to life in the end. I reread this a few times over and thought the writer painted a dense and vivid picture. Very enjoyable read.