Reviews For A Scar is There
Reviewer: Euphrates
Date: 06/29/07 11:43
Chapter: Chapter 1

I agree with MissyQuill - the beginning, while good, came nowehere in comparison to the ending, and the ending is the most important part of the poem because it is the part most people will remember. It was...amazing. You are wonderful with rondeaus. I can't believe you have the tenacity to write them (Godric, they're hard) so major kudos to you for that! Nitpicks...nitpicks... I've got nothing. This was a great poem.

Kate

Author's Response: 3 people liked the ending best! I guess that's good, since like you said, the ending should be the most important part. Thanks for the review!

Reviewer: XhayleeXblackX
Date: 06/29/07 6:03
Chapter: Chapter 1

I like it. It was different. I liked how it was others views and not Harrys. The last stanza was my favorite part. MUY BIEN!!!

Author's Response: And another who liked the ending better! Glad you thought it was different. ^^ Thanks for reviewing! ^_~

Reviewer: MissyQuill
Date: 06/29/07 4:12
Chapter: Chapter 1

The begining was ok but the last 2 lines were perfect. I have never read a better ending in a poem( it might be becouse I don't read enough but its gotta mean something right?)=Sammy

Author's Response: Thanks for the input. Glad you liked the ending. ^^

Reviewer: quick_quotes_quill
Date: 06/29/07 3:08
Chapter: Chapter 1

wow very good

Author's Response: Thanks. ^_^

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