(#) Kasan_Soulblade 2012-07-13A shame no ones commented on this. Mind if I give it a go?
I like the nature of the Orginzation in this piece, it's very true to canon. Desperate people who are composed of might of beens, or could be's.. of unfullfilled potential who cling to things they hope they remember, that might be true, and alternate between trying to hold themselves together and tear a wold apart to heal themselves.
It's a rather ambigious description (and a run on besides, grimaces) but it's stil very much true.
Demyx was always one of my favorite of the Org. so it's nice to see such a thoughtfull piece about him come to light.
THank you for putting this up.
My only sugestion for this piece.. it lacks description of the people. The sense of setting is there, and the what the y are doing in it, but not of the people themselves.
Still, the overwhelming content of your work, the thought behind it and the thought it provokes does a great deal to nullify my complaint.
(#) ThingWithCurls 2013-03-25I had to review this, no matter what. This was such a a sad and lovely read. This is mostly due to my biased love of Demyx. I find him rather glorious. I would love to music geek speak with him.
I have a problem with the concept of Nobodies, because I am so literal. They have a brain and are alive so they must have a beating heart, too. Which means they have an endocrine system. All serotonin and dopamine and norepinephrine and that chemical emotion. So the concept of them is weird. I just see them as people for it.
So losing Demyx was especially sad. He is one of my favorites, I think.
The way you write this piece really brought that out. You were wonderfully in character. Thank you.
Also, I sometimes wish he was real. Like in the way I think he would be an awesome friend. He could probly fit into the Flying Circus that is my friends and I. XDDD
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