This was short, but sweet. :) Sorry I haven't been reviewing lately, but I go on random fanfic kicks and there happened to be a 2-month pause before I just gave up on stalling. :) You're good as ever!
Three cheers for random fanfic kicks! Huzzah! Huzzah! Huzzah!
And thank you! :)
Very evocative poem.
I had to come back to this site because of technical difficulties.
I'm happy wherever and whenever you read! ^_^
This poem is an amazing parallel to Remus and his suitcase. I think his suitcase explains him exactly! The poem flowed wonderfuly right to the end. Tonk's name just isn't very lyrical, well Nymphadora's not bad but "Tonks" is harsh sounding for the poem.
Author's Response: Thank you feeling that way too about Remus' suitcase! I could say I used both to express that life is a blend of the harsh and lyrical, lol, but I had more practical reasons. Remus John Lupin and Nymphadora Tonks have a matching number of syllables, and her last name is like a 'stop' to me so it was fitting to be the last word! :)
I'm not quite sure I like the ending... but it's still a fantastic poem.
"Plutot, encore, ma coeur est nul,
Plutot, encore, mon amour n,existe plus."
Author's Response: I'm a romantic, and have personally experienced burdens of grief lightened by love, so it worked for me, but I'm glad you liked the poem and love the French, although my Frenglish isn't up to an exact translation, lol.
Wow!! A great poem that portrays the hardships of loss and sorrow and then love... I love it, a great poem for Remus Lupin!!
Author's Response: Muchas gracias, and in every other language thanks! :)
Short, sweet, and to the point...
I Liked It!
Author's Response: Thank you kindly, ma'am! ^_^
Nice, poem. The suitcase is very symbolic but I think the poem should have been a little longer and maybe you could somehow show the reader how it connects to those chapter you said inspired you. ^^ Good job.
Author's Response: Ta, Thanks! I'm glad you wanted the poem to be longer, and if you're ever over in the R/T cat you could always look up the story and see in detail! ^_~
Short and straight to the point. Poor Remus is always being uprooted.
Author's Response: Unlike Evita, he knows where he's going to--straight into Tonks' loving arms! ^_^
very nice poem, short and sweet. I knew that when i read the title that you had seen evita. such a great movie.
Author's Response: Doesn't every girl hear Phantom of the Opera and then go Andrew Lloyd Webber crazed? :D I used to listen to the soundtrack of Evita, so although I didn't think Madonna and Antonio were quite as good, they did a great job!
Poor Remus. He always seems to be the one left behind! JM
Author's Response: Or kicked out. I can see him evicted after prejudiced landlords discover he's a werewolf. Grrr....
The most beautiful poem, the rawest emotion, it didn't need but those few words
Author's Response: Aw, thank you! That's a lovely thing to say! :)