Perfect and lovely, as always.
Author's Response: Thank you very much! 8)
Very deep. Very touching. I like how most of the sentences weren't actual sentences - it made it more poetic, I suppose. I love the descriptions of Ginny's pain (even though pain isn't good...) - they were very descriptive and true to her. I like the idea that true love can prevail - and it will, in Ginny and Harry's case! (I hope...) This poem, though rather long (for a poem - in fact, it wasn't overly long, which is good) described two simple things - pain and love, in great detail.
~Tyger, tyger, burning bright - Euphrates
Author's Response: Thank you for the review! Glad you liked it! I tend to express emotions in poems. 8)
This is beautiful and it's all so true. It starts out being hopless and then it ends with love and hope. Gosh, it was perfect. You had such a nice balance of sadness, and a hope for a better future.
Author's Response: Thank you very much for your review! It is much appreciated!!! 8)
I find this poem very interesting in how it starts in sadness, but moves to hope and looking forward to the future. I think the hope and courage to face what is ahead is more in line for Ginny, but sadness hits us all from time to time. Great job! Cyns
Author's Response: Thanks Cyns! This poem just kinda struck me, and at first I didn't know who I writing as, but when I was about half way through I figured it out! ;) Funny how inspiration comes and we just have to go with it!