Reviewer: charlie_the_moose
Date: 06/28/07 12:08
Chapter: "I Bask" and "One More"

I like these poems - and the conflicting emotions that I glean from them.
Charlie ;)

Author's Response: Thanks. My real life issues help me to write poetry...I just wish all of it could pertain to HP so I could get them up here!

Reviewer: weasly_witch
Date: 02/06/07 12:43
Chapter: "I Bask" and "One More"

wow i love the style of your writing!

Author's Response: thank you! how I love compliment showers! thanks for the review!

Reviewer: comewhatmay
Date: 01/21/07 21:00
Chapter: "I Bask" and "One More"

Wow you enwrapped me in your excellent
poetry.

Author's Response: Why, thank you! Thanks for the review!

Reviewer: just_the_contrary
Date: 12/20/06 18:10
Chapter: "I Bask" and "One More"

Alright - I understand the second poem is a sonnet, but what is the first (except for the couplets)? It must be free verse. :)

I love, love love this:

I do not know, so do not ask,
in my ignorance, my sweet, blissful ignorance,
I bask.


Because it's places after the repition of similar couplets, it has so much effect. And your sonnet really conveys the desperation of the writer. The measurements are great too, because you use so many - cup, inch, pinch.

A nitpick: 'tkaing' should be 'taking.' ;)

Very well written.

-Prof Jenn


Author's Response: Well...it was kind of a sonnet, with a couplet in between the quatrains. *rolls eyes* oh, Jenn. The ever perfectionistic professor. ^-^

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