Sorry, tech glitch
A L/S or if you dont want a romantic one then you could write about how Albus and Aberforth feel about their baby sister.
Hope that helps.=Sammy
Author's Response: Got it. Sorry. I have actually written a poem that is a letter from Harry to the deceased Dumbledore.
If you've read Deathly Hallowa( which I'll bet my next fic on ) maybe you could wtita a L
Author's Response: Eh?
Hey Jen, just wanted to drop you a line asking where have you been and when will you get back to writing. I really miss your poems. Also I copied your bunny into my profile while I was updating it and hope you don't mind. If you do, let me know and I'll take Spencer down in a sec.=Sammy
Author's Response: I usually go on here, but I can't think of ANYTHING to write!!!
Yes! Another one! *grins* Anyways. This is another great acrostic poem. I think you do these acrostics very well - with your own style, you could say. I think it's new and innovative to this site. But I've probably said that already.
I like how in this poem you show a different side of Fleur - or at least Fleur from Bill's POV. I like how he doesn't think of her as an airhead (not that he would, being in love with her, but some authors make that mistake sometimes). That's why I especially like the line about the Triwizard Tournament. You've shown us Fleur through Bill's eyes - you added his character, his 'voice' to the poem. You do this in all of your poems, I suppose, but it is very apparent here due to Fleur's character and how she is perceived by others.
Anyway. Great job!
Author's Response: Yay! *smiles* I always like ur reviews. Thanks for the opinion!
Excellant! and loved that bit about England and raw meat and howling.=Sammy
Author's Response: Thanks!