Comments on 'Song of the Storm'

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Ingrid G.
New! Entered: 2016-08-26
It's hard to be an artist, even among elves! Glad Moss followed his creative bent!!
Sofia Lindström
New! Entered: 2012-12-30
Very poetic! I'm not a music maker myself, so I've always been curious of what it's like to create music. I love how the process was described here.
Emberra Owen
New! Entered: 2012-01-15
Oh this is neat. I love how the strands of the song were stuck in his head for days, goodness knows that I've had an image in my head that I've wanted to draw for days to weeks on end before but just couldn't get it out because I wasn't in the right mood. I love when he finally gets to play it, and he rushes to play.
Razzle C.
New! Entered: 2011-09-13
Oh, how well I relate to the gnawing impatience of waiting for the RIGHT time to do a specific creative pursuit! I loved the way the story draws the reader in completely, making me feel when I read it as though I, too, and getting drenched with rain and having thunder rattle around through my ears and head. Very nice touch of humor with his tribesmates teasing him for his oddities, and I love how much he simply didn't care! LOL. I thought the whole story was beautiful, especially the end, envisioning the song with many voices.
Megan McCarthy
New! Entered: 2011-07-24
What I love most about this story is the way you described the storm, and how the storm is paralleled with the music Moss is making. This story was very creative and a great insight into Moss as a musician as well!
Lyn Cavalier
New! Entered: 2010-02-28
You brought out the emotion in this piece so well... I could almost hear the storm and the drumbeat. I especially liked the touch of Moss realizing that the particular beat needed the storm in order to be complete.
Holly H.
New! Entered: 2010-01-11
Very effectively done! It's great to finally get more of a look at Moss the musician, a role he's occupied but that hasn't really been explored *that* much before. This really felt to me like it showed very evocatively what music can mean to a wolfrider -- I like the wildness of the storm and the danger of being out in it, showing that being a musician doesn't necessarily mean that Moss is "gentle" or anything.
Hannah Bochart
New! Entered: 2010-01-09
Oh, how could I have missed commenting on this one! I love this story, and how well you built towards that climactic symphony of nature. And everyone who has ever written songs knows that bittersweet moment when you've created your greatest work, and yet cannot reclaim it once the moment has passed. A very nice illustration of how the "now-of-wolf-thought" is present everywhere, even in Moss' beloved music. Thanks so much!
Mareike Heilemann
New! Entered: 2010-01-05
Oh, I love this! It's wonderful to be shown how Moss' creativity works, and as someone who loves thunderstorms I would so love to be with him and listen to him play as one with the storm! Great work, Heidi =).
Whitney Ware
New! Entered: 2010-01-03
A wonderful look at the creative drive! And it's always a joy to see more of Moss!
Melanie D.
New! Entered: 2009-12-30
Oh I love this! I can feel the storm and hear the song and all this creative energy that runs through the whole process. Well written and really catchy. I'm totally in it. Honestly I really got excited reading this ^.-. Very well done Heidi. I LOVE it!
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