Reviews For Torn and Tethered
Reviewer: lady magician
Date: 01/26/07 3:58
Chapter: Torn and Tethered

Oh that was so wonderful! the words flowed to beautifully and you even managed to keep the rhym scheme :-). One of the best poems ive read so far!

LadyM

Author's Response: Thank you very much. It is always hard to keep in rhyme scheme when trying to tell a story.

Reviewer: nuw255
Date: 01/23/07 11:49
Chapter: Torn and Tethered

*contented sigh* I really hope something like that happens in DH. Early on. Not that I'm holding my breath for it or anything.

I think I just read all of your poems in one go, and they have all been brilliant. This one was no exception. It's amazing how you're able to capture so much conflicting emotion and confusion in so few words. My hat's off to you.

Oh, and btw, I read your bio as well, and I agree that it's quite entertaining. Every once in a while my wife accusses me of being an HP addict. I just tell her, "I'm not addicted. I can quit anytime I want. I just don't want to." ;-)

So, from one HP addict to another, wonderful job and keep on writing!

Author's Response: Firstoff, from your mouth to g-ds ears. may they both be happy and make it through the entire book. That said, it really means alot to me that you appreciate my writing. I think you, Moony and I have unofficially started a mutual admiration society. Here's to many more ego boosts.

Reviewer: DogLover4Life
Date: 01/12/07 20:15
Chapter: Torn and Tethered

Wonderful, lovely, and beautiful. It was just... *happy sigh* You showed all of his conflicting emotions without making it confusing. You didn't make overly dramatic it was just, wow. Then it ened perfectly. Yes, I make sense. Btw, I love your Bio.

Author's Response: You totally make sense and thanks for the review. I am getting alot of good feedback on the bio, glad I posted it.

Reviewer: Moony 62442
Date: 01/10/07 20:24
Chapter: Torn and Tethered

That was terrific, Rivah. Absolutely awesome! I don't usually get into a lot of poetry, but you are one of the few exceptions. Thanks for the wonderful poem, it was amazing.
~Moony
PS-That is going up on my author's page. I now have 2 quotes from you!

Author's Response: You are very welcome. I am so proud to be qoted again on your page, most of those quotes are so emotive. My next poem is based on friends so I hope as a friend you like it.

Reviewer: HPFFL
Date: 01/09/07 16:39
Chapter: Torn and Tethered

loved it! i think it just might have to go under my favorites! ;)

Author's Response: Thank you very much. I appreciate the ego boost.

Reviewer: Wise Owl
Date: 01/09/07 13:13
Chapter: Torn and Tethered

OMG this is AMAZING! I can't tell you how blown away I am! This is exactly how I imagine Harry feeling when he let go of Ginny for her protection. Then, the pain of seperation from his beloved...it's all just so perfectly captured! Bravo!

Author's Response: Thank you very much. My hope for a reconcilation between them in "Deathly Hallows" kind of fueled this poem. That and Abbs suggestion.

Reviewer: abbs866
Date: 01/08/07 17:38
Chapter: Torn and Tethered

WOW RIVAH! I loved the ending! The rhyming was awesome, you are a great poet! *First Review* THis is great! Thanks for mentioning me in the beginning, this exactly is the type of follow up that I was looking for. Great job! Abby
P.S. Check out my new song fic coming out soon! It's called It Ends Tonight. Great job again!

Author's Response: Thanks, I liked actually having perimeters in which I had to write. Its a first for me with poetry, usually I just let it flow. I will check out yoor fic the minute it gets validated.

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