Absolutely brilliant. You've captured Draco's personality perfectly and your summary is quite funny too.
Author's Response: Thank you very much. I was actually just discussing the character before I came here. He is one of my favorite charries. I am glad I was astute and amusing.
That was great, Rivah. It really shows Draco's mindset during what is happening. Very good.
Author's Response: Thanks so much Moony. It think it is the first time I have ventured to the dark side of HP.
*envies your ending abilities*
No, really. I just think you end every one of your poems perfectly, with all the meaning of the poem you wanted to convey concealed in the single line, or single stanza, as it sometimes happens, though usually it is a line. So, wonderful job. This poem is so....true. To Draco. Because he does act like that. As if it weren't his fault. You know? Great poem, Tagidi Riva...
~Tyger, tyger, burning bright - Euphrates
Author's Response: Thank you very much. I try to treat the last line as a summation. I try to make it a clear picture of my meaning. I really believe that a few words can really say a lot.
Wow Rivah, that is every was as wonderful as you described. The beat and rhyme is perfect, and then the last line is spectacular.
This is one of my favorite pieces you've written.
Author's Response: Thank you again for the support you give, Abby. Getting me to uncensor myself has helped tremendously.
I like it; it's dark and hopeless, as Draco's future should be. ;-) I think you've done a very good job of capturing Draco's fear while still keeping his false bravado. Good work.
Author's Response: Thanks again. I mean that literally. ;)