Reviewer: A Cappella
Date: 10/28/07 16:11
Chapter: Relighting the Candle

I like how you used the metaphor of a candle for those who are oppressed under the regime of Voldemort--awesome and very clever! :)

Author's Response: thanks :) I'm glad you liked it!

Reviewer: Ritter
Date: 05/12/07 15:46
Chapter: Relighting the Candle

nice, good job!

Author's Response: thanks!

Reviewer: _Ivy_
Date: 04/08/07 16:30
Chapter: Relighting the Candle

This is a great poem! It has wonderful rhythm and lovely flow. Great job, and good luck in the contest!

Author's Response: Thanks!

Reviewer: Gmariam
Date: 04/03/07 12:18
Chapter: Relighting the Candle

Hi! You already know what I think but I am going to leave the first review anyway! =) First of all, I think you tweaked it well. The rhythm flows smoothly and the rhythmes are all well-done. What I like best about this is your consistent use of the candle image. Mold, wax, wick, light - all of these words give the poem a sense of unity and depth. I love the turn, and the last line is great - very strong. Nice job, and good good luck in the challenge!!
~Gina :)

Author's Response: Thank you, Gina! You really are an angel! *huggles*

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