Reviews For The White Tomb
Reviewer: RiddleHatred
Date: 10/07/06 11:05
Chapter: The White Tomb: A Poem

-sniffle sniffle sob-
SAAAAAAAAD!!

Author's Response: -sniff- I know. Dumbledore's death was really depressing. :(

Reviewer: AKA294
Date: 10/03/06 21:41
Chapter: The White Tomb: A Poem

That was... moving. I loved the different POV. It was a great idea! My favorite line from this was
Nitwit, blubber, oddment, and tweak, are the ones we knew him by. When I think of those four words, I gulp; try not to cry.

That sounds like Ginny, to remember something funny about Dumbledore, render it as sad, then try not to let it show that she was sad about it. I don't think that Ginny is the type of person to openly cry about anything.
This poem was beautifully written; I loved it. However, it may be a tad bit harder to memorize than "She Walked".
You should write more poetry! All the poetry you've written has been beautiful!

Author's Response: That's one of my favorite lines as well. I'm really glad you liked this one- not many people have reviewed, and I think it's a decent narrative-type poem. Thanks so much for reviewing!

Reviewer: MJ_Padfoot
Date: 10/02/06 16:57
Chapter: The White Tomb: A Poem

It's cute! A bit short, I would love to see you add more to it, though. Good job!


Author's Response: Hmmm. Maybe I'll add on a second chapter. :D I'm glad you liked it! I like your username too.

Reviewer: padfooyroxmysoccks
Date: 06/12/06 19:26
Chapter: The White Tomb: A Poem

Very deep. It was good. Sad because of the subject, though sad is good, some times. It kind of brings u back to eality (DIE snape DIE. Snape shoud die. He killed poor Dumby. *sigh*)

Author's Response: One, I agree with everything you said. Two, I love your username! Thank you so much for the review!

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