Hurray! Good Job Rob! Very nicely written. There were a couple of lines that were a bit out of sync, but other than that it was well written. The excitement is good and the captain's pep talk fit nicely.
Author's Response: Thanks Amanda! Glad you liked it. I too noticed a couple of lines out of sync, but couldn't figure out a way to fix 'em. Anywho, thanks a bundle!
Ah, poetry. It's perhaps the most challenging form of writing to actually write. I applaud that you embraced that challenge and came up with a Poem-Fic, one with Harry Potter in it, nonetheless! I feel as if you sacrified your poem in order to make it rhyme. Your poem also lacks a good rhythm. But, please, for the love of the ghost in our attics, hold back the sacrifice and send forth the miracles of free verse! On a last note, great job in maintaining the same tense throughout the story! Unlike this reviewer who can't just stick to one tense.
Author's Response: *scratches head* Ah, Stephanie. What would I do without you. You humor me. And thanks for the review. I'll work with the free-verse stuff. Tell Kathy not to review the poem, but the short-story. *gets on knees and begs*
Great job, that is the kinda writing I am unable to do. I saw your review on my stroy and thought I would see what you put out. I am glad I did. 10/10
Author's Response: Thanks a lot! Oddly enough, I was checking my e-mail to see if a fic I recently sent in got accepted (or rejected), and I saw I'd gotten a new review. I haven't gotten a review on this one in a while, so you can imagine my surprise. Thanks a bundle, nothing like a good review to brighten my day.
Thats very cool and vivid too. You can see the match.
Author's Response: Glad you think so, my objective was to be vivid. I find Quidditch to be one of the best things in the series, and an absolutely unbelievably good idea, that more time should be given to. Unfortunately, it's a subplot, so that's where I take over. I 'preciate the review.
I really loved this poem, and give it a 9 - the absolute highest that I give! I loved the detailing... P.S. Might you review my poems? One is online and the other's been in queue for absolute ages... Thanks!
Author's Response: Superb, I'm glad you liked it. I'm going to review your poem right now, as soon as I get past the log-in issues. Thanks for the review.
That was a great poem. I realy liked it. That actually was more interesting than some of the quittage (sorry about the spelling) matches in J.K.'s books.
Author's Response: Thanks, I appreciate the feedback. I also rather feel that the Quidditch matches in the Harry Potter series themselves are quite bland. All we see is the Seekers, while I would like to see the work of the Chasers more.
Were you inspired by Quidditch through the ages to write that? Cos it reminds me of a lil poem in there. I like it. it's good and it ahad good rhythm etc.
Author's Response: First off, thanks. No, I wasn't exactly inspired by Quidditch Through the Ages, I actually submitted it to Mugglenet's "The Burrow" as an article (which it didn't make due to a late submission). Quidditch seemed like something fun to write about, so I kept it upbeat like a Quidditch match.