Reviews For Little Ariana
Reviewer: RavenclawDiamond
Date: 01/18/08 12:59
Chapter: Little Ariana

Aww that was soooo sweet!

Author's Response: Thank you! Your support is always welcome. Always know that I will reply to your reviews! Much love, Lili Charlotte PS You can call me Charlie

Reviewer: Stubbornly_appeared
Date: 12/24/07 13:17
Chapter: Little Ariana

*tear* How touching. Very, very well done.

Author's Response: Thank you for your support. Since this is my first story, I appreciate it! I hope I will have another story or poem soon. - Lili Charlotte

Reviewer: MissyQuill
Date: 12/23/07 23:33
Chapter: Little Ariana

You know, I can actually see Aberforth by Arianna's coffin singing this. It's very sweet.

However I do think that silly and foolish are too light a term to describe the boys who did those things to her.=Sammy

Author's Response: Thank you! This poem was meant to be from from her mother's point of view, but I really see your point with Aberforth. I quite agree that those terms are too light. Thank you for you support, and know that I will always respond to your reviews. Thanks! -Lili Charlotte

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