Reviewer: Magic Muffin
Date: 07/09/08 16:58
Chapter: A Drunk and a Sentimental Man

This was really somber! (I don't know if I used that word (somber) in the right sences, I hardly use the word at all!) It was still really good, as all of your other fantastic fanfictions.

Um, sorry for the wait of my reviews, I still think you were sick of me. Sick in the way of: "Why dosn't she leave me alone?!?"

Author's Response: It's writers who get sick of people reading their work deserve a Napoleon Dynamite "You Sicko!" :D

Reviewer: Binka Fudge
Date: 05/15/08 21:34
Chapter: A Drunk and a Sentimental Man

It always amazes me how much you can express with so few words. I feel quite sorrowful after reading this, I love feeling.

Author's Response: Sirius makes me think of an old song that goes 'make me feel glad just to be sad, thinking of you'. It Had to be You. (I like Harry Connick Jr.'s version)

Reviewer: love_letters
Date: 02/16/08 13:32
Chapter: A Drunk and a Sentimental Man

ok

Author's Response: Well, at least you read it, LOL.

Reviewer: audrey4remus
Date: 04/13/07 10:42
Chapter: A Drunk and a Sentimental Man

Very nice, as always. Nice to read your stuff again, Kerichi.

Author's Response: It's fan-bloody-tastic to be read! Thank you! ^_^

Reviewer: LiaWitch20
Date: 03/31/07 20:36
Chapter: A Drunk and a Sentimental Man

Damn.
I have always sort of hate Jo for not let Harry to know better his godfather... or maybe he did and she didnt want us to know? God, when I read those Sirius' shots or chapters i remember how hard I'm going to cry this June in the theaters
Lovely depressing Poem, hehe ^^

Author's Response: I hated her for making him fall through the veil just so Harry wouldn't have emotional support in the final battle. Sigh.

Reviewer: Tagidi Riva
Date: 03/30/07 12:32
Chapter: A Drunk and a Sentimental Man

And she writes poetry too... You are a woman of many talents. I am a sucker for poetry. ( 9 out of my 10 submissions here have been poetry) It can be very hard to convey a picture or message in so few words. Not that I am in any way shocked but you created a very accurate picture of Sirius (at least as he is in your story,which I just started reading today). A drunken mans lament is often when they are most sensitive and open. Kudos on a great poem.

Author's Response: Thank you! A poet named Gwendolyn Brooks said Poetry is life distilled (no pun intended, heh) and you're right that conveying it in poetry can be hard. I admire that you've written so many poems!

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