Reviewer: Siriusly Mr Black
Date: 01/28/08 10:52
Chapter: The Fallen Angel

This is so beautiful i almost cried! The imagery there is just gorgeous....

I love the line "The heart of a dove", it just really conjures up images of purity and beauty and preciousness.

Just...wow!

Author's Response: Wow thank you so much! I was trying to get the feeling of purity in there! Thanks!

Reviewer: Gin_Drinka
Date: 01/22/08 13:31
Chapter: The Fallen Angel

Wow. I could never write poetry, and you don't just write it, you write it beautifully!

That warm, sweet smile that can touch the hardest heart,
A voice that speaks the truths that tear you apart.


Loved that the most. I'm not the one reviewing for the Badger circle, but I checked it anyway and just had to review, so you get one extra. :) It's lovely. Who is it about, by the way.


Author's Response: *squee* I'm realld glad you liked it - it's been a while since I wrote it, and I cringe a little, but it is one of my faves! It's about Luna Lovegood. Thanks for reviewing!

Reviewer: Lalalalatina
Date: 04/27/07 18:32
Chapter: The Fallen Angel

Yes Luna is an oddball, but this poem just shows what a wonderful character she is in the book. My fave part of this poem has to be:
That warm, sweet smile that can touch the hardest heart,
A voice that speaks the truths that tear you apart.

It shows the good side of Luna, but then it explains what most characters don't like about her. So anyways, fantastic job.


Author's Response: Thanks a lot! I love Luna, she's one of a kind!

Reviewer: Euphrates
Date: 01/30/07 10:26
Chapter: The Fallen Angel

I CALL FIRST REVIEW!

Phew, now that that is off my chest….onto the review!

Oh....my....god...I love this poem. So sweet and touching and....wow. Very eloquent, good loose rhyming, and as I read it I could feel this beat in it...I'm not sure if you meant it to be in there (you probably did...), but it is strong. Really. Read it out loud to yourself.

Drum roll please! My favorite part is:
She speaks the truth like no one else can,
She holds the fragments of her life in her hand,
She loves like nobody could do,
Her heart is forever true.


*sigh* So beautiful...man, if only I could write fluff....(fluff is good in my book, by the way.) Well, who needs me to write it! I can read yours! *cheers and dances all over the place before remembering she is sick, and she sits down again in a hurry*

Well, love this. 'Spect you'll be seeing a couple more reviews on this poem from me soon enough, anyways...*fluffs hair annoyingly before brother pushes her off the chair and tells her to ‘get off my computer, for God’s sake!’*

Okay, well, amazing – this poem is just so simple yet so beautiful at the same time….

~Tyger, tyger, burning bright - Euphrates


Author's Response: Wow! Thank you so much for all of your reviews! I can't help but writing fluff *blushes* I love your poems too!

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