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Comments For The Kindler Explains Space to the Children
I really like this, especially that first line!
This is a really interesting look at Varda's perspective. I like how very aware she is of her power, but also of her limitations.
I went and looked up the poem you mentioned and it's fascinating, too. Especially in reference to the Valar, and how the world must look to them.
Anyway, this is really thought-provoking and I like it a lot! :)
It was very interesting to try and get into her head. Though I also think that with the nearly unlimited power of the Valar, the boundaries of it would become more meaningful than the powers themselves... not even just in the "the grass is always greener on the other side" way, but rather that oxygen becomes mostly notable by its absence when you're trying to breathe (and to be quite honest I'm not even sure if that simile is apt, but it's the best I could come up with at this moment).
I'm glad you found this fic thought-provoking and interesting. Thank you so much for such a lovely review! :)
I love this one, Elleth!
I would be quoting the whole thing back at you, if I tried to quote my favourite bits.
Thank you! (Granted, it's pretty short. ;))