Reviewer: allura mystique
Date: 01/26/07 14:00
Chapter: The Death of Sirius Black

*crying* That was really good!

Reviewer: Euphrates
Date: 01/21/07 15:11
Chapter: The Death of Sirius Black

OMG, sorry, sorry, the rest of the rview wouldn't come...here's the rest. (again)

I wonder if he was prophesizing is own downfall...that is sort of creepy though, but still intruiging.

I wrote a poem about Sirius Black and the veil, too, but it was your poem tat inspired me to write another for a contest. Thanks a lot! :-) *grins her head off*

So...onto other stuff...

I think you might have a few grammar mistakes, but they don't break up the poem in anyway other than the intended way, so you needn't really worry about it, it is fine.

I like how you said the day Sirius died was 'black'...a rather fitting analogy to the color and the family (excluding Sirius, of course.)

~Tyger, tyger, burning bright - Euphrates


Author's Response: Thanks for reviewing. I really like your thoughts on the poem. I'm glad I helped to inspire you lol. Is it just me or does it seem like people give much more in-depth lengthier reviews about poetry than they do like stories?

Reviewer: Euphrates
Date: 01/21/07 15:09
Chapter: The Death of Sirius Black

Part of my review was cut off...here's the rest. :-)


Reviewer: Euphrates
Date: 01/21/07 15:08
Chapter: The Death of Sirius Black

Of course I just had to read this - Sirius was my favorite character in the HP series...but no, he had to die...(starts long and boring rant.)

Anyway. Onto the review!

I really like this poem. It was nice and simple, but powerful and full of feeling that a person can feel from a mile off, even if you didn't mean it that way.

My favorite part is this:
Who knows if it was the spell
or the veil
that really caused his end
or if
he was the Grim
that prophesied his own death.


I never thought of his death that way - I wonder if he

Reviewer: DogLover4Life
Date: 01/19/07 3:03
Chapter: The Death of Sirius Black

I really like how you had "fell" with it's entire own line. I also like how slippery the lines were. That made absolutely no sense.

Author's Response: It did make sense, don't worry. Thanks for reviewing.

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