Reviews For Lupin's Laments
Reviewer: MexiChick
Date: 06/13/05 17:42
Chapter: Harry's Hatred

Good, I think it was very insightfull to his feelings

Reviewer: MexiChick
Date: 06/13/05 17:24
Chapter: Lupin's Laments

It was a pretty good poem. Sad though.. Oh i feel really sorry for Remus now.. He must feel horrible. anyway i really liked it, Keep up writing the poetry (or story fics whatever you like)

Reviewer: Zetera
Date: 01/20/05 11:10
Chapter: Harry's Hatred

Some really nice bits - I think it showed Harry's pain well.

Reviewer: Atarwyn
Date: 12/16/04 13:00
Chapter: Lupin's Laments

That was good. It really makes you think about Lupin, and the pain he has to go through.

Author's Response: Thanks a lot!

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