Reviewer: lady magician
Date: 01/02/07 12:39
Chapter: Alright

I love witing from Ginny's POV. (I wrote one myself, its here somewhere)...anyway you did a great job with her. I think she would write something like that if she was ever a poet :-)

Author's Response: Thanks for the complement!

Reviewer: FaunaCaritas
Date: 12/25/06 19:02
Chapter: Alright

Well done. Your poem was controlled but full of passion. It rhymed well too. The subject was serious and the twist at the end was heart wrenching. I think this poem is going to haunt me. I hope Ginny doesn't get paralyzed in the last book. One thing I found confusing was the line that says "I sit down with friends." If Ginny is paralyzed how can she do this? Shouldn't it run something like "I sit [here?] with friends"? Nevertheless the poem is excellent.

Pax.


Author's Response: Thanks for catching that problem, I'll go fix i right now! Thanks!

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