Date: 10/05/2006 10:50 AM Title: Saying Goodbye
I don't know how long this story has been here, but I finally found it. I thought you did an excellent job.Kenshin was Kenshin--within the limitations already set. The bond between him and Sano was very clear and quite touching
Date: 03/28/2006 05:27 AM Title: Those Left Behind
This one brought serious tears to my eyes.
Date: 11/24/2005 02:39 AM Title: Before You Go
Beautiful. Saitou would have no qualms about such summary justice either, I'm sure. I particularly liked the ending, how reality was reset by her death.
Date: 08/07/2005 06:00 PM Title: Ruroken Haiku Collection
heylo! well yea i read ur haiku at fanfiction.net as the pen name rklovergurl. well i luv ur haiku! u should write more as time goes by! haha!
ja mata! rklovergurl, xxkenshingrl, or tenshi
Author's Response: Ah, thanks so much for the review! I'm glad you like the haiku. I need to post some more on this site when I get some time:) Sirius
Date: 06/14/2005 02:07 AM Title: Ruroken Haiku Collection
i love these things. i love all your work. gosh, i envy your writing talent! it is so unique and so AWESOME! these are so great! they may be only 3 lines, but they are so in-depth!
Author's Response: Thanks so much. The haiku are fun, and they seemed so appropriate, being a Japanese poetry style about a Japanese manga... heh... I'm really enjoying writing them:) I'm glad readers enjoy them, too!
Date: 05/29/2005 07:10 PM Title: Saying Goodbye
I cried. Brushed tears away in frustration because it made it difficult for me to read.
It didn't seem right that Sano wouldn't make sure Kenshin got home himself... It might have seemed a little easier to believe if there was a distinct impossibility that Sano couldn't go with him. Not unfinished business, but perhaps because there was only room for one more on the boat, or he didn't have enough money for them both, or something like that?
But the man DID just fight a tiger for his friend, so you won't hear any complaining from me. Not everyone would be willing so lay down his life like that. Dear Sano...
The fic was beautiful. Thank you for giving me the chance to read it.
Author's Response: I agree with you completely. The only way I could go with the whole "business here" thing was he was keeping it simple for a kenshin who is now very easily confused... poor Kenshin! But even more, poor Sano... you know he never expected to find Kenshin like that! Anyway, thanks for the great review! :) Sirius
Date: 05/24/2005 07:33 PM Title: Ruroken Haiku Collection
RuroKen haiku, what a nifty idea! I like this one. You actually have a lot of classic haiku elements there: the pause after one of the lines, the nature imagery (plum blossoms, snow), and the identification of the season (again, plum blossoms, snow)...
The first time, I thought it was about the first meeting of Tomoe and Kenshin. I just read it again and it took a whole new meaning. Yow. I am more impressed than before.
Author's Response: Ah... thank you for the kind review! I plan to add more, although the others I am told are less Haiku and more Houku (I may have spelled that wrong) because they don't focus on natural elements:) Either way, they're such fun to write.
Date: 03/02/2005 07:36 PM Title: Those Left Behind
*Tears in eyes flooding room* Wait a minute Kenshin died when come on my poor little sixteen year old brain can not handle this *waterfall from each eye* but this is pretty good (*Waaah Kenshin died* * sits in corner rocking back and forth tugging on colored red hair* Still *sob* your fic is *sob* really Good *sob*
Author's Response: Ah! Thank you. I'm quite touched by the reaction. I'm glad you liked it. So sorry to make you cry... Sirius