|Reviews for Lonely on the Moor|
| slytherinsal chapter 1 . 11/16/2011
Answering the previous review, Thane is the Shakespearian spelling, I chose to use the earlier spelling. The Saxon word is [Thorn or Eth]egn later in Middle English [period of Macbeth] Thegn. So yes, you're right, from the point of view of a pure Shakespearian. Sometimes I'm a language snob though.
| Awesomesauce chapter 1 . 11/16/2011
It's a gorgeous poem and I completely agree with the other reviewers , but it's actually 'Thane' not 'thegn' as I believe you
| theredrobin chapter 1 . 11/13/2011
You invoke some seriously powerful images in this. It's made all the more impressive in the fact that you it in flawless rhyme.
| WillowSioui chapter 1 . 3/26/2011
This is...absolutely amazing. No, not amazing...there are no words to describe it. I truly love it with all my heart! The rhyme and the rhythm are absolutely perfect, and I love how you incorporate lines from the play itself...truly masterful. I bow down to you.
| Clio1792 chapter 1 . 3/26/2011
This is TERRIFIC! Especially the idea that Macbeth feels somehow defiled by the intervention of the Witches' forecast...