Reviews For Wasted Praise
Reviewer: xginny_weasleyx
Date: 12/18/06 13:49
Chapter: Pounding Tide

Very tortured soul. Funny you choose Wilfred Owen this has a very Siegfried Sassoon atmosphere about it actually but then Wilfred took his inspiration from Siegfried so they were similar in many aspects. It is an excellent poem that conveys emotion in a very disattached manner that is both haunting and incredible.

Author's Response: Thank you for the wonderful review. I went and read some of Sassoon's work, mainly "Survivors" and I can see your point. He seems to share the same love for semi-colons as I do. You have to love those war poets; they write with so much emotion.

Reviewer: tazznazz
Date: 12/18/06 12:27
Chapter: Pounding Tide

Hey thats really good! I love it!

Author's Response: Thanks for the encouragement!

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