Reviews For Last Standing
Reviewer: crazy_purple_hp_freak
Date: 12/25/06 14:08
Chapter: Last Standing

Hi, just thought I'd offer some comments too. No, I don't think you can get rid of the 'A/N' bit but what you CAN do is leave a line between your authors comments and your actual work. Just press enter when you type the poem, or insert a [br] tag, OR you can put a line in with [hr]. I'm doing this with square brackets here so it won't format my review! But obviously you'll need pointy arrow brackets.

Now onto the poem! This is pretty good. The repetition of 'last standing' is really effective, and the short lines make the whole thing sound quite final. I liked the ending a lot; it contrasts to the main poem that has a lot of questions, and gives a sort of 'indefinite answer'.

Good job. Well done. :)

Author's Response: Thank you, you are very helpful, I will try your comments out...

Reviewer: Herminoninny
Date: 12/23/06 5:33
Chapter: Last Standing

By the way ppl the story is not written under authors note, the italic bit is the authors notes not the rest!!

Author's Response: Thank you ppl!!

Reviewer: to_the_stage93
Date: 12/22/06 16:07
Chapter: Last Standing

I really liked your poem, but I'm going to offer you some constructive criticism:
1. Did you know that your entire poemwritten under the heading of "Author's Notes"? I don't know if you can change that or anything but it's really bugging me.
2. I really don't like your summary. I think you would be able to get more reads/reviews with a summary that includes, possibly an excerpt from the poem, or something to that extent. I know, poetry summaries usually aren't that good, but I've read a poem once with a truly excellent summary- it's called Stoical Silence, by an author called lupinslover12 and it was on this site. I suggest you check it out for a model of a good summary.

Author's Response: Thank you so much, I really loved your points and I shall try to act on them!! P.s. I don't think I can get rid of the Authors Notes bit, I have tried and failed, sorry it is that annoying.

Reviewer: Mrs_TwitchyFerret
Date: 12/22/06 11:03
Chapter: Last Standing

I BELIEVE IN HARRY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! haha loved it!
~Chloe
p.s. book seven has a title!!!! WOOOOOOOHOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!! I spent the whole night screaming last night! haha

Author's Response: Wicked, what is it's title? And thank you for your review, I can count on you to review all my poems first;);)!!

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