Yeah, wands /are/ pretty important now that I think of it.
Author's Response: lol indeed.
I love that poem. I fewel that way about Hogwarts, even though I've never been there (obviously). I live through my fanfic characters.
Author's Response: thanks, and i so know what you mean...i do the same thing. :) ~GG
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So nice! ^-^
Author's Response: thank you :)
Hi! Ms. Meriadoc Brandybuck (me) recently changed her username to Kestrel. You recently reviewed my story called An American in Hogwarts. I just wanted to let you know that it is now on the new username, and I'll update there. I'd love it if you'd re-review! P.S. I'm having a bit of trouble with it, so the online chapter's a bit different.
Author's Response: okie dokie
I never thought I'd like poems that don't rhyme but this proves I do! (ugh, sorry that's terrible english!) I wonder what my english teacher would say if i said 'can we write an etheree today?' in my next lesson.... v.goo well done.
Author's Response: Glad I could change your mind! Thanks so much for coming back time after time to read my attempts at poetry! *hug*
yay i was da first reviewer *proforms complicated dance*
Author's Response: lol
that is very good it is intresting patterns you captured the emotion in the last poem very well 10/10
Author's Response: thank you ever so much!
I really love this as a whole. I'm adding it to my faveourites, I liked this one too, and its v.educationla for me as i'd never heard of these poems before.
Author's Response: well thanks, and i'm glad you're learning something hehe
You have done great job on this poem, GryffindorGoddess. I really liked the idea of the rictameter. Itís one type I have never tried writing before, nor even heard of to be honest. So, I found it very interesting. Writing poetry is hard enough. Writing poetry that must adhere to a strict format of meter is even harder. Youíve pulled it off very nicely in this one. I guess if I had one constructive criticism, it would be that I had a hard time seeing a fortress guiding someone. To me, a fortress protects more than in guides. So, maybe something like, ďThe fortress that protected me,Ē would have worked a little better for me. Thatís just my personal opinion, however. I may be guilty of slipping into a Potter-centric viewpoint there; trying to read this poem as if Harry wrote. Iím not sure if you intended it as such or not. Any way, itís still a very enjoyable little poem. Keep up the good work.
Author's Response: thank you, and you're right about the guided vs. protected thing....but the thing with the syllables....yeah it wouldn't fit lol. I guess I could have changed it up a bit to make it fit, but yeah. the 'guiding' part i guess i saw at what he actually found IN hogwarts, like teachers, dumbledore etc. meh, like i say poetry is not my forte but thanks for such an excellent review and for taking the time to help me improve :-)
Hey, that was great. You are so clever. I agree with Diamond quill, it really sticks in your head. Wow! I say 10, hurrah!
Author's Response: thanks =)
Dat is rlly good! I really like this idea. I'd never seen those types of poems before. they really stick in ur head. to form a bond, to form a bond...
Author's Response: thanks, that's what i thought too =)
what a cool poem!! lol i told you id be everywhere. rictameter...gotta tell that to me friend the all knowing carmel lets see if she knows that!! anywayz the poem is good!! and really does express harry's POV on hogwarts. keep on writing ~*D.A*~
Author's Response: yes like i said i was extremely bored so i looked online at different kinds of poems and i said "I'm going to do that." so here it is, the product of too much free time :-)
This was good, i really liked it!
Author's Response: gracias. nice to know my boredom can be productive enough to entertain someone :-)
This is very cool... I can't rhyme in poetry for words... no pun intended! 8/10.
Author's Response: :-) thanks
Wow! cool idea I wish i'd thought of it. Can't wait for more chapters.
Author's Response: thank you *hug* i just added a new chap this morning