Reviews For Death of a Rose
Reviewer: Prongs92
Date: 08/14/07 16:01
Chapter: Death of a Rose

Incredible...that was amazing, you're so talented!

Author's Response: Thank you. I think I'v got a fan on my hands. =D Keep reading. It will start getting good soon.

Author's Response: My bad, i was thinking this was another fic. But if you read There is Another, it will start getting good soon.

Reviewer: Morbid_Madness
Date: 05/01/07 17:01
Chapter: Death of a Rose

I loved, and I mean absolutely adored how you used the rose as a sign of death (at least that's how I saw it). I feel that way about roses. They are the most beautiful flower, and I love and cherish them. Even if I prefer black ones, the red roses are great to stand for pain and blood. This is a great poem, I loved it. I'll put it as a fave!!

~Servatis a pereculum. Servatis a maleficum.

Author's Response: Thank you. as I said before, I saw a red rose on a black background and thought of Ginny dying. Thanks for the review!

Reviewer: Heiress_of_Insanity_
Date: 03/30/07 13:33
Chapter: Death of a Rose

Wonderful, sad, dark....amazing. An Excellent poem. My favorite line would have to be:

Weakly she parted her rose red lips,
As she gazed into the rose red eyes of death's kiss.


or:

Her rose red hair no longer shines
As it is now part of death's designs


Some excellent rhyming, and wonderful repitition! 10/10! Please write more, you're an excellent poet!~

Monty

Author's Response: Thank you. I have more written that continue this story, but I not, done, they need something... more. But thank you for the review, every one inspires me to write more.

Reviewer: Euphrates
Date: 01/17/07 18:40
Chapter: Death of a Rose

I was reading this again (its still awesome), and I realized I am sitting in a deep red chair...

~Tyger, tyger, burning bright - Euphrates

Author's Response: Thank you again! lol about the chair... mine has scary looking monkeys on it.

Reviewer: Euphrates
Date: 01/14/07 11:58
Chapter: Death of a Rose

That was amazing. Sad, beautiful, great imagery...wow. Great job. That was so beautiful.

~Tyger, tyger, burning bright - Euphrates

Author's Response: thank you!

Reviewer: JusticeForMedea
Date: 12/20/06 0:26
Chapter: Death of a Rose

I think the review right before mine was a good one, partly because my thoughts were along those lines too.
Red is such an emotional color, it connects with something in my mind, and most people's minds I assume, in a way that many othe colors do not.
I loved the flow of your poem and how you pulled you conceit all the way through to the end. Good job! Keep writing!!

-Ananya

Author's Response: Thank You! I get what your saying about red. And as for more writing, I have several more fics up my sleeve.

Reviewer: DogLover4Life
Date: 12/17/06 19:06
Chapter: Death of a Rose

And no one understands why I dislike the color red for anything but hair.

Author's Response: umm..ok. (i can't tell if this is a good review or a bad one.) =~?

Reviewer: to_the_stage93
Date: 12/16/06 12:44
Chapter: Death of a Rose

This poem was very very good, but, as often is the case with poetry, the summary needs some more work. What I find best in poetry is if an excerpt of the poem is put in the summary. For an example of a good summary, I think you should look at Stoical Silence, a fic by lupinslover12. Now about the actual poem, I must say that I liked it a lot! I loved the whole pattern and ABAB rhyme scheme. I also LOVED how you constantly brought up the rose, weaving an intricate theme all through the story!! Great job, and you'l get many more readers if you tweak your summary to include an excerpt of the peom, because it's really good and I like it a lot!

Author's Response: Thank you! I'll put an excerpt of poem in the summary. The rose is my favorite flower and when I saw a pic of a red rose on a black background I just knew I had to write this poem. Thanks for the review and advice!

Reviewer: lovingu4ever
Date: 12/16/06 11:15
Chapter: Death of a Rose

Beautiful imagery. I really liked it.

Reviewer: lovingu4ever
Date: 12/16/06 11:15
Chapter: Death of a Rose

Beautiful imagery. I really liked it.


Author's Response: Thank you!

Reviewer: dumbledorefluertwins
Date: 12/16/06 8:24
Chapter: Death of a Rose

Wow, this poem is so moving and sad - you should be very proud of yourself! I can't write poetry myself, so I have little interest in it but I clicked on yours by accident and I'm so glad I did. I love how the only colour you describe is rose red, which I think is very clever. I'd have liked to have seen who killed her but apart from that I loved it!

Author's Response: Thank you!!!! Her killer was not that important to the poem and I had no idead how I would have fit him in!!! Thank you for the rev!!!

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