Reviews For Hope in the Night
Reviewer: SecretEmeraldLily
Date: 03/02/07 19:05
Chapter: Chapter 1

Perfect and lovely, as always.


Author's Response: Thank you very much! 8)

Reviewer: Euphrates
Date: 01/14/07 9:47
Chapter: Chapter 1

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)

Reviewer: DogLover4Life
Date: 01/12/07 19:20
Chapter: Chapter 1

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)

Reviewer: Cheshlin
Date: 01/12/07 13:27
Chapter: Chapter 1

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!

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