Reviews For Not Known
Reviewer: Euphrates
Date: 04/27/07 21:35
Chapter: Not Known

Wow - very interesting poem. I love the style of it, two, they way it is broken up into three poems, and they way it is written. It is very well done and a fantastic poem.

I don't know if I have a favorite part - it is all well written, and not a single word is out of place. Every word has a use. Short and to the point. Great job.

~Kate

Author's Response: Thank you so much! I was actually inspired by some of the other poets and also a book I was reading, and that's sort of how i got the style. SHort to the point. =) I like that. Thanks!

Reviewer: DogLover4Life
Date: 02/03/07 20:05
Chapter: Not Known

I never know how to properly review poetry. I just love the contrast within this poem. How you wrote about Sirius, the house (structure), and what they are together. It was so bleak and it fit everything together like a puzzle. I like the poem a lot, just to make it clear.

Author's Response: Thanks! That's exactly what I was trying to do: compare the two of them and fit them together. Thanks for reviewing!

Reviewer: EtherealElation
Date: 10/12/06 14:24
Chapter: Not Known

Wow... Great poem, lovely, even... Very good. I like the short quips - short, but strong. Brava!


~Juli

Author's Response: Thanks! I like shortness too...

Reviewer: lady magician
Date: 10/06/06 11:48
Chapter: Not Known

it....great:-D.....its sum powerful stuff....im not talented in that side of poetry unless im an absolute wreck... i just cant write about lonliness and despair correctly......ur very talented....my style of poetry is more of a flowing thing, emotions are of love and sadness, wonder, u know a bit lighter than urs..u can c for urself on my poem......but u are fantastic....10/10!

Author's Response: Thanks! I'm not a really depressed person in life, but depressed poetry just comes so easily for me, lol. =D But I still love fluffiness. Thanks for the review!

Reviewer: hpfreakdk
Date: 10/05/06 13:46
Chapter: Not Known

This is pretty powerful! I almost never read poetry, but yours sort of captured me. Now I've read it about ten times and will probably read it a couple of more times after I leave this.

Poetry is most used to describe a moment, one feeling. And the feeling you describe here, oh my god. It's so powerful and that's what I like about this. Sirius is a man that's been tortured, kept prisoner in his own mind and you bring that across my screen brilliantly.

What more is there to say? I loved that you made the house almost alive, yet not alive...

I like it! No, I love it! Hitting the submit button right NOW!

Author's Response: *gasp* *hugs* Thank you for such a beautiful review! I'm so happy! *squees*

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