|Reviews for Paper Cranes|
| kokoronagomu 8/19/06 . chapter 1
it's better to have loved and lost than never to have loveed at all... so what if ya get a little frayed at the edges, or your corners get a little bent.
i like to start with the oldest stories of an author then read forward... i can see as the rough edges are polished and the talent matures; words, ideas, becoming more focused, painting sharper clearer worlds, people, emotions. i see the progression as i read through your work.
| Ilvinaeda 4/11/05 . chapter 1
For an early morning rambling, you captured quite a piece of wisdom...
I'd say that some Middle-Ages monks would be rather jealous of you...seeing as for some, it takes an entire lifetime to realize these kinds of things...and then for others, wisdom is natural.
I think that out of the three I read so far tonight, this is the deepest. Because as you said, "should they be crushed, you only have to smooth the paper out...and start all over. One fold at a time..." Still my favorite line.
That goes for hearts, feelings, happiness, success, and even life itself...because until the moment you breathe your last, nothing is truly over.
An interesting stroke of genius on your part! Keep it up!
| Story Weaver1 4/7/05 . chapter 1
A little too deep for the hyper weasel girl. But still good.
| Jazzy Uchiha 4/6/05 . chapter 1
i like it