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Wait! After much thought and concideration I have finally come to a conclusion!
I get it! Yay! It usually takes me longer then most to fully get something so this isn't unusual for me. Hehe.
Oh, and it's beautiful, so sad, so sweet... So depressing. But alas...
Author's Response: I'm glad you got it. It's a bit of a ghost story this one. Just felt like writing something a bit different (and not in the singing/dancing Logan form of different... which would be normal for me!)
You have such a wonderful rhythm and cadence to your fic. It's a pleasure to read it aloud--the fullness of the words, their feeling on your tongue, and the sounds they make, the rhythms as they fall.
And of course that's what makes it so *sad*, that it's beautiful.
This one reminded me of Our Town, a bit. When she dies, and she only dimly remembers the ones she's left behind because being dead dims memory, makes life seem uninteresting. But there's the part of her that wants to cling, too, because it was so much while it lasted.
And because he's coming. *He* remembers. And she feels him somehow, knows they'll be together soon. *shiver*
Author's Response: Thank you! Rhythm and cadence and the sounds of words are why I love to write - I love so much that you said that! *g* And yes, memories fade over time, and they are no longer a part of who...or I suppose what she is. Except for her most powerful memory, her first kiss. It lingers, and it's that which draws her back, unlocks who she was, just for a moment. I just felt like writing something different *g*. So I went for a ghost story rather than something where they dress up and dance *g*
That was beautiful! Ah the angst! I loved this line : "And for a moment she was nothing but the memory." Gorgeous, my dear. Just gorgeous.
One question though : I inferred at first that the "moss covered stone" was a gravestone, but that would mean that Rogue was *gulp* dead, which doesn't make sense. Oh well
Awesome job once again!
Author's Response: ...Well that depends on if you believe in ghost stories or not...*g*
Didn't want to, but I just had to mark this to my favorites. This is too sad to be left behind, too sad to be read again, even if there's a glimmer of hope at the end.
Author's Response: Thank you :o) I'm totally flattered that you marked it as a fave - Yay! *hugs*
Oh my GOD! This was such a sad story when I realized why they were burying or forgetting things. I still liked it though!
Author's Response: I know - I felt like writing something a bit different. Glad you enjoyed it *g* Thanks for the fb :o)