I normally hate poetry (I do - almost anything past Heine, Goethe and Frost is lost with me), but this is rather endearing.
What do you mean by "He let Sirius have his way." though?
Author's Response: That means that Snape blames Dumbledore because Dumbledore let Wormtail be secret keeper. Snape knew that Sirius wouldn't betray Lily and James and thought that Dumbledore was the overall cuse of Lily and James' death. Thanks for the review.
This was so nice. I can't write poetry to save my life, so I can truly appreciate someone who can. Well done!
I lost you forever today.
I loved you so.
That was my favorite part. Nicely and angstly done...Lol, I don't even know if that's a word...
Author's Response: Thanks so much and you don't need to write poetry to be poetic. Your Somewhere Over The Rainbow proves that. Angstly is a word as of well..... now. Thanks again
It was all right albeit a little confusing. Why does Snape want to kill Dumbledore?=Sammy
Author's Response: Snape feels that it was Dumbledore's falt that Lily died. I hope that helps.
I like the flow of it. Very nice.
Author's Response: Thanks! :-D
This is really good! You have a knack for poetry. I like how you explained his reason for killing Dumbledore
Author's Response: Thanks, this means a lot to me especially since you are my first reviewer and this is my first try at this type of poetry.