Reviews For Possession
Reviewer: harrypotterfangirl21
Date: 09/10/07 16:12
Chapter: Chapter 1

Wow... I'm not quite sure what to say.

This poem was so powerful that I can't even begin to describe it - but I think the last line say it all.

Great job.

- Katie

Author's Response: THANKS! =D

Reviewer: MissyQuill
Date: 06/05/07 0:39
Chapter: Chapter 1

Tru€, this would n€v€r happ€n but( as is tradition ) you ar€ sup€rb.=Sammy

Author's Response: Thank you for reviewing! Of course it would neve happen, but it was just an idea for a poem.

Reviewer: XhayleeXblackX
Date: 05/21/07 11:28
Chapter: Chapter 1

You are such an amazing poet! Your poems are all so wonderful. I feel like my reviews are nothing close to what these poems deserve. I try to write some myself, but mine should recieve a "T" for "TROLL" compaired to yours. They are just so amazing! *sighs*
Now that I am calm agian, I will review the poem. The way you worded it was breathtaking. so powerful and wonderful. Just one question, who's pov is it in: Voldemorts? That was the only part that confused me, other than that it was OUTSTANDING and INCREDIBLE!!! 1000/10!

Author's Response: Thanks so much! Your review is too nice. And don't put yourself down, from what I've read of yours you're a great poet and the more you write, the more you'll improve. I know I've improved a lot since I started. This poem is from Harry's POV. Yes, I know, he would never give in to Voldy, but it was just an idea that came to mind. Thanks for the wonderful review and awesome rating. 1000/10? Wow, thanks so much! ^^

Reviewer: XhayleeXblackX
Date: 05/21/07 11:27
Chapter: Chapter 1

You are such an amazing poet! Your poems are all so wonderful. I feel like my reviews are nothing close to what these poems deserve. I try to write some myself, but mine should recieve a "T" for "TROLL" compaired to yours. They are just so amazing! *sighs*
Now that I am calm agian, I will review the poem. The way you worded it was breathtaking. so powerful and wonderful. Just one question, who's pov is it in: Voldemorts? That was the only part that confused me, other than that it was OUTSTANDING and INCREDIBLE!!! 1000/10!

Author's Response: ...

Reviewer: Euphrates
Date: 04/28/07 21:46
Chapter: Chapter 1

Huh. I see what you mean 'bout the stanzas thing - I thought mybe just breaking it up where the three lines were sorta flowing together (where the beginning was repeated: i.e. I feel.../I feel.../I feel...) but then I realized it would wreck your flow.

Okay, so obviously my nitpick wasn't well thought out. It was just my first impression. :p Anywho. Great job, once again, I can't believe how great you are at poetry!

~Kate

Author's Response: Its alright I appreciate that you share your nitpcks- they make me look back at my writing and be critical of my own work, which is always good if i want to improve. ....how great I am? Thanks, but your work is like so much better.

Reviewer: lady magician
Date: 04/28/07 1:10
Chapter: Chapter 1

*ahem*..i thought i reviewed this one yesterday when i left you a flood of them? hmph.

Well, anyway, i liked this one lots and lots and lots, and the fact that you used no rhyme scheme is something id like to note. it was a good choice, it goes excellently with the powerful and painful mood of the poem. just wanted to say that.

Another score for you:-)

Author's Response: Score! No, I didn't use a rhyme scheme, which two people have now brought up. I think is the first poem I've posted that actually doesn't rhyme at all- I start writing and the rhyming just comes, so I'm glad people like this one too. Thanks for the review. ^_^

Reviewer: Secret shadows
Date: 04/27/07 14:51
Chapter: Chapter 1

Amazing, simply beautiful. It doesn't rhyme, but it feels like if it did it wouldn't reflect the feelings. I love the last part: 'I can feel it, feel the darkness, taking control, control of me, and I let it.' Amazing. And I'm really excited because my first poem has been accepted! Drifting, please read!

Author's Response: Thanks for reviweing. And I'm glad that it did reflect the emotions I wanted in there. The ending is like my favorite part too. I've been waiting for your work to be posted. *off to read*

Reviewer: Tagidi Riva
Date: 04/27/07 12:10
Chapter: Chapter 1

Wow, extermely powerful and very well written. I like the three line stanzas, it gives the poem a really good flow.

Author's Response: Thanks. And I'm glad it you thought the three line stanzas gave it a flow. Flow= good for a poem. Thanks for reviewing!

Reviewer: Euphrates
Date: 04/27/07 10:49
Chapter: Chapter 1

Whoa. Where do you get all these uber-awesome poem ideas, hmm? Tell me!!!!

Ignoring that...anyways. To the real review.

I have one major nitpick: I think this would have flowed better if you had separated it into stanzas. I don't know why. I just think it would be easier to read.

Otherwise, I love it. How do you do it? I especially love the ending - it's amazing. Great job, great idea, great poem. Great. :D I can't think of a different word. Keep writing poetry - I love what you write.

~Kate

Author's Response: Thanks for the review. I looked at it and it is a bit hard to read... but the thing is that I think it would kind of ruin it if I separated the stanzas. I think it would ruin the "flow" I tried to give the poem. And I'm not really sure how to separate the stanzas so it keeps that flow. But anyways, I appreciate the review and I'm glad you like what I write.

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