Reviews for What Paper Poets Only Write
RoseEmma chapter 1 . 5/11/2014
WARNING! Carry on reading! Or you will die, even if you only looked at the word warning! Once there was a little girl called Clarissa, she was ten-years-old and she lived in a mental hospital, because she killed her mom and her dad. She got so bad she went to kill all the staff in the hospital so the More-government decided that best idea was to get rid of her so they set up a special room to kill her, as humane as possible but it went wrong the machine they were using went wrong. And she sat there in agony for hours until she died. Now every week on the day of her death she returns to the person that reads this letter, on a Monday night at 12:00 a.m. She creeps into your room and kills you slowly, by cutting you and watching you bleed to death. Now send this to ten other pictures on this one site, and she will haunt someone else who doesn't. This isn't fake. apparently, if you copy and paste this to ten comments in the next ten minutes you will have the best day of your life will either get kissed or asked out, if you break this chain u will see a little dead girl in you
Nanne chapter 1 . 7/10/2013
Wow. This is absolutely brilliant. The storytelling, the characters, the flow of the story, emotions, ... This was such a pleasure to read. Thank you so much for sharing this.

- Nanne
Michal the Silent chapter 1 . 11/9/2010
Wow! That's an AWESOME take on the end of the comic. I love how even after they find the Moon, it isn't really over, and how the Moon's gift is almost, in a certain light, also a curse.

Very fine work.
chibiaries chapter 1 . 10/28/2010
Wow.

This is good. Really good.

You've somehow got all of their inner voices down to the exact flow of the dialogue, and I especially love your characterization of Cat. It's absolutely gorgeous.
Duchessa chapter 1 . 10/23/2010
This captures the atmosphere of the comic really well. I love it! Hope you'll dabble more in this fandom - we're severely in need of good writers :)
Triva chapter 1 . 9/26/2010
Exquisitely worded, with emotions so painfully, so fulgently replete in those words, that I couldn't bare to take my eyes away. In other words, a bloody good job!