Wow, Suzie, this is such a fantastic poem. I wish and hope that one day I can write poetry like that. Even though it doesn't specify two people, I imagined Harry and Ginny, though it could be applied to many, many ships. The sentence structure and the flow is really good, and the story is heartbreaking yet somehow hopeful at the same time. Beautiful job.
Author's Response: Thank you Sarah! :) *huggles* I didn't specify who this was about because I did want it to have an application to several pairings, but H/G was what I was really thinking of. Yay! I'm glad you like it...and I'm sure you can write poetry too! *nudge* :p
Whose PoV is this in? I really like it! Suzie you've done it again! You're amazing!
Author's Response: I intended it to be for any POV -- though I was thinking of Harry/Ginny in particular. And *blush* Thank you so much for all the reviews you leave! :D *squishes* ~Suzie
This is an excellent poem! hehe, the only prob for me is that I have 'Mr. Brightside' stuck in my head right now, and they really clash......Well, 10/10!~
Author's Response: Thanks! And lol.. I <3 Mr Brightside! :D
Beautiful. Absolutely beautiful. You know how much I love your poetry Suzie, but I have to say it again; this was amazing. Where do you get your inspiration from?
"It will be much longer than a week. Forever is much longer than a week — but still, she waits."
Author's Response: Oms Lisa, that's exactly the question that Elle asked me! In exactly the same words. o.O
I'm not actually sure...Listen to the start of Stockholm Syndrom by Blink 182 (the album version, and you have to play the previous track and let it lead in lol). It's the idea of young men going to war and just being glad that they're doing *something* and not realising the implications of not coming back, until it's too late.
Thank you so much for the review! I really needed something to cheer me up just now and this did it. :D