|Reviews for Descending Upon the Winding Road|
| Aria Breuer chapter 1 . 8/3/2013
This poem was well-written. While this poem is in the first-person perspective, you got inside Frodo's mind, at least what his thoughts were during the quest. From the way the poem is written, the reader is able to catch glimpses of Frodo's journey through Mordor and afterwards, when he finishes his quest.
Here are the errors I caught in the poem: In this verse, "But no say have I on this road that twists and winds and disapears pulling me from the light." "disapears" needs to be spelled as "disappears". In this verse, "The glowing white, soft and pristime, fills my head with song" "pristime" needs to be spelled "pristine". In the last verse, "I'm on a pathway that rises and curves in gental slopes... back to home" "gental" needs to be spelled instead as "gentle".
Well done. I'm putting this poem in my community, A Hobbit's Comeback. I hope this is all right with you?
| BakerStreetIsLastRefugeOfHope chapter 1 . 5/18/2012
A great poem fic. Very well written.
| Saphirabrightscale chapter 1 . 11/17/2011
Wow this really tells the dept of Frodo's journey