Reviewer: potions_perfection
Date: 08/28/06 17:08
Chapter: Remnants of Yesterday

Hermione and Draco could do well together. "Draco Dormien Nuquam Titillandus". Never tickle a sleeping dragon, Hermione! =P

Author's Response: Yes, they'd certainly make an interesting couple! Thanks for reviewing.

Reviewer: JKrulesandrox
Date: 04/28/06 11:11
Chapter: Remnants of Yesterday

ummmmmmmmm

Author's Response: And that is supposed to mean...?

Reviewer: Lilypudding
Date: 04/28/06 10:04
Chapter: Remnants of Yesterday

This is a really good poem! I usually don't read and enjoy Draco/Hermione poems or stories, but this one really drew me in. I really enjoy the phrase "Remnants of yesterday," it has a high emotional impact. The line "The dragon looks so much prettier when it has rescued you," also really stirred my conscience. However, I think the fourth stanza's rhytm is a little off. Besides that, this is a really good poem! Good job!

Author's Response: Thanks! I'm really glad you enjoyed it - particularly the 'remnants of yesterday' line, as that's my favourite! Thank you for taking the time to review.

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