Reviewer: charlie_the_moose
Date: 06/28/07 12:15
Chapter: A heart she simply knows

*sob*
Your poem is so beautiful it makes me want to cry!
Charlie :0

Author's Response: Awww sorry, but thanks though. I am a total sap so I fully understand.

Reviewer: nuw255
Date: 01/23/07 11:37
Chapter: A heart she simply knows

What a beautiful little poem. It's so sad, yet it's happy because we know she does end up with him, yet it's sad again because he breaks it off. Did that make sense? *sigh* Anyway, I loved it. You have quite the knack for this poetry business.

Author's Response: Poetry has been my outlet since 7th grade(oh so many eons ago). I find it cleansing. I have more ability to flow than when I am constructing a faceted plot.

Reviewer: Euphrates
Date: 01/16/07 14:06
Chapter: A heart she simply knows

Beautiful. Everything just flowed together smoothly. I don't know why, but it reminded me of water...pure and flowing. :-)

~Tyger, tyger, burning bright - Euphrates

Author's Response: It is nice to know that there are still people in this very finite world who see things with the eyes of a poet. Thank you.

Reviewer: DogLover4Life
Date: 01/06/07 14:36
Chapter: A heart she simply knows

Wow. Just wanted to say your A/N was really sweet, haha. I love how every line sort of rhymed and all of the feelings in the poem seemed true.

Author's Response: Thank you very much. Some one actually asked me what kowtowing was. I really appreciate my friends and know how lucky I am to have them.

Reviewer: abbs866
Date: 01/05/07 17:52
Chapter: A heart she simply knows

Rivah! That was amazing! The flow simply melted into my brain, and the rhyming was subtle, yet noticable. Incredible!!!!! 'Although he does not see her, she sees the whole of him.' That line suits the couple (or *sobs* excouple) perfectly - Ginny always knows the best for Harry. I just realized that you never actually said Harry or Ginny, but made is obvious that's who it is WITHOUT mentioning a scar. Impressive to say the least. I love your poetry, keep writing! Now that this review is successfully as long, if not longer, that the poem itself, Iím leaving you with this thought: SEQUEL! Maybe a getback together one? Kudos to you! Tata for now! Abby

Author's Response: I will get to work on a sequel right now. Thanks abbs like I said to Moony, it is great to have supportive friends.

Reviewer: Moony 62442
Date: 01/05/07 16:13
Chapter: A heart she simply knows

Wow, that was great! I really loved it, Rivah. And thank you so much for the compliment, as well. You are truly awesome, my friend, and I am happy to be your beta. Hoping to see more (with NO rejections!) very, very soon,
~Moony : )

Author's Response: Thanks so much Moony. Right back at your awesomeness. It is truly amzing to have such suppostive friends.

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