Reviews For Poison
Reviewer: Dragon_Warrior
Date: 12/02/06 20:31
Chapter: Poison

Bloody brilliant...I LOVE the sceme, and it was so amazing...at first it's all peaceful, and at the end, the peace is broken...Wonderful! 10/10

Thanks for reviewing my stories! I remember my reviewers!

-JJ the Dragon

Author's Response: Wow, Thanks!!! The funny thing? I'm reading one of your fics right now, and my email thingy popped up... Thanks!!! It was a great surprise, this review, and great of you! :-)

Reviewer: Leahr
Date: 01/17/06 14:49
Chapter: Poison

creepy! Wait, you mean second war as in Voldemort returns, right? If this was an English assignment. Well written. 10!

Author's Response: Yes, the Second Wizarding War, in Harry's seventh year probably... I adapted it from a poem i had done before... Thanks for reviewing, it's very special,

Lily Potter

Reviewer: MithrilQuill
Date: 01/07/06 13:40
Chapter: Poison

Hey. I actually read this a couple of times, but the reason I haven't reviewed till now is that I was trying to figure out what it is I'd read that this reminded me of. Couldn't remmber, it was probably Children of the Dust since you wrote the poem on it to begin with, but I can't recall reading that book...*smacks forehead and goes to look for it in library*...

Anyways it's a great poem. It really creates an atmosphere that sort of settles in slowly...so yeah, pretty good keep writing poetry...=)

Reviewer: Lilypudding
Date: 12/20/05 15:32
Chapter: Poison

Wow, that was excellent. It was just beautiful! I'm wondering if you read any coverage of the Hurricane Katrina situation in New Orleans. Though I live far far away from Lousiana, I was really interested in learning about the hurricane. From what I know about it, your poem seemed to be exactly what New Orleans was like after Katrina. I thought the line, "dogs left to die" really stood out. Not only did it give me connection to the hurricane, it made me think of if I could leave my dog in such a horrible situation as the one you described. Excellent! I don't read much poetry, but I can tell this is a great piece of writing!

Author's Response: Wow, thanks so much! I actually wrote this for an English assignment on the book 'Children of the Dust,' in which there is a nuclear war and humans are almost wiped out. Now that you mention it, it does portray the Katrina tragedy - freaky!! I am really glad that you enjoyed my poem, it's such a good feeling to know that someone likes what you wrote... Thanks again, Lilly

Reviewer: mcclure_512
Date: 12/20/05 14:22
Chapter: Poison

Great. I think I've seen a poem like this, where you use lines 2 and 4 of the first verse as the 1st and 3rd of the next. Anyways, I like how you used this format, it helped to convey the feeling of the change from peace to war in the poem.

Author's Response: Yes, I used it to make all the confusing come out.... I am really happy you enjoyed it!!! And, most importantly of all, thank you for the review!!! :)

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