Reviewer: Binka Fudge
Date: 04/29/08 16:40
Chapter: Chapter 2

Sums up Fudge perfectly.

Reviewer: Herminoninny
Date: 12/02/06 17:14
Chapter: Chapter 2

Great! One bad thing though, I find poems tend to give me a picture of the person it is abou tin my mind, this one didn't though no offence but u could add some description about what he looked like, otherwise I could improve this poem anymore, it is so fabulous!

Reviewer: wendelin the wierd
Date: 04/30/06 12:47
Chapter: Chapter 2

This is not a review I am afraid. I am busy right now. I just wanted to remind you to include your house in the summary.

Author's Response: Thank you. I have added the information in my summary. In the future, since this was not a review, perhaps it would be more appropriate to send an email to an author who, like I did, may have omitted something important in a summary. Again, thank you so much for taking the time to point that out.

Reviewer: wendelin the wierd
Date: 04/30/06 12:47
Chapter: Chapter 2

This is not a review I am afraid. I am busy right now. I just wanted to remind you to include your house in the summary.

Reviewer: the nutty imp
Date: 04/29/06 9:38
Chapter: Chapter 2

This is obviouslt written in Shakespearean sonnet style ^_^. I would suggest that the quatrains to separated and the last couplet too.

If we're going to be strict on the meter the 3rd, 4th, 7th (althought this one is easily fixed by shreading off the word: 'indeed') & 10th line is a bit off by a syllable or two. However, this matters little for the message here is more important.

You've certainly captured Fudge's essence. The bumbling Minister who likes hanging with the rich and famous, mismanaged the Ministry and in the end, he had nothing to show of it. His time as Minister held no great achievement.

As always, love you work, Vader!


Author's Response: Thanks for the review, tni. I'm really no master of sonnets. In fact, I think I rather stink at them. But, every so often, just for a change of pace, it isn't such a bad idea to give something else a try. I thought it was a semi-decent idea for the poem, though I found it somewhat restrictive. Hey, gave it a shot. Maybe not a bulls-eye, but I don't feel as though I missed the target completely. Thanks again.

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