Reviewer: RiddleHatred
Date: 10/07/06 11:39
Chapter: Stopping by a Castle on a Summer Day

No way, you HP-ized my favorite poem.
EVIL.
Just kidding, 7/10.

Reviewer: RiddleHatred
Date: 06/08/06 10:24
Chapter: Stopping by a Castle on a Summer Day

Ohmigod. You used my very favorite poem EVER and HP'd it. Cute! However, "peep" and "peculiar" don't rhyme.

Reviewer: HermyRox12
Date: 04/19/06 17:28
Chapter: Stopping by a Castle on a Summer Day

Yeah, a little longer wouldn't help. Other than that, I really liked it. Good job! Oh, and I like the title.
HermyRox12

Author's Response: Yeah, my next poem is a loooooooooot longer. Thanks for the complement on the title!

Reviewer: Lilypudding
Date: 02/27/06 19:37
Chapter: Stopping by a Castle on a Summer Day

Ooh, I like this poem! I think it can be longer, but really, I agree, the original poem wasn't so long so why should the spin-off? I think you need to fix the titke and the summary to make it more attractive to readers. Offhand, I can't really think of a better title but I think you could add humor and lengh by calling it "Harry's Take on Famous Poetry" or something like that, and make it the story of Harry having to make Muggle poetry more wizard-friendly. Its very ironic you did "Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening" first because we're doing that in my lit class this week. I really like how you changed the rhyme scheme. Personally, I think for future poetry adaptations, you shouldn't stick to the format of the original poem so much. I've written unpublished HP-based poems while staring aimlessly at a piece of poetry and base it on the poems, but its much easier to write free. There, you get more creative liscence and people respect you more because it is more original. Well, I'm honored to be the first reviewer on a great poem like this, and I really hope I helped you. Great job!

Author's Response: You're right, it should of been longer. My next one is a lot longer. Not to mention, the title's lame, and I'll change it soon. As for the way it's written, I decided to do it that way, though I'm much better on my own. Thanks!

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