Reviews For Flaw
Reviewer: HermyRox12
Date: 04/12/08 13:41
Chapter: Flaw

Wow! You conveyed a lot of feeling in such short space. That takes work. Very well written.
~HermyRox12

Author's Response: Thanks! I'm glad that you liked it. :)

Reviewer: Trivia Camlee
Date: 03/21/08 18:53
Chapter: Flaw

I could see it in my mind as I read it. I especially loved the line,

we are glass, and fracture.

Wonderful ending line; great job!

Author's Response: Oddly enough, I came up with the ending line first, and I built the poem around it. . . . Thank you! :)

Reviewer: Lalalalatina
Date: 02/09/08 0:44
Chapter: Flaw

Hi professor Katie!

I really like this piece, mostly because the ending left me thinking. The last stanza is very symbolic of Hermione''s angst, [that is what you said you were aiming for right?] I also really like the title, it got me interested. :]

Author's Response: Thanks! Yes, I was really trying to get some Hermione angst in there; glad that came out in the end. :)

Thanks again for the review!

Reviewer: Euphrates
Date: 01/20/08 16:17
Chapter: Flaw

Katie, however short this poem may be, I can honestly say it is amazing. Wow. I absolutely LOVE the way you used the parentheses. It's so...powerful. How to explain? (No idea.) You've got me doing it. :D

Very inspiring, I must say. Makes me want to write and makes me jealous at the same time. I think the premise is very well thought out, as well – Hermione has always been less-than-confident of herself, and you’ve truly shown that here.

I'll end with this - sometimes the short poems are the best. ;)

--Kate


Author's Response: *blushes* Thank you so, so much! Kate, you've got me smiling like the Cheshire Cat . . . at my computer monitor. ^_^ Thanks again!

Reviewer: Cwiddy
Date: 01/14/08 15:39
Chapter: Flaw

This is a great little poem, that decribes what many feel when they look in the mirror. The power of simplicity!

Author's Response: Thank you! I'm glad you liked it, even if it WAS short. . . . ^^;

Reviewer: Rhi for HP
Date: 01/04/08 22:43
Chapter: Flaw

This was short, as you say, but I much enjoyed it. Nicely written. Though, I have to say, I would never had guessed it was Hermione's POV had you not said so-- I thought it had something to do with the magic mirrors between Aberforth and Harry and Sirius and James or the Mirror of Erised or something.

Author's Response: Yeah, it could be the Mirror of Erised or the magic mirrors . . . I just thought of Hermione. *shrugs*

Thanks for the review, though, and I'm glad you thought this was nicely written! *flies away*

Reviewer: ScarlettQuill
Date: 01/04/08 15:47
Chapter: Flaw

This is a really great poem, you said it could apply to other characters, i saw George here, looking in the mirror after the final battle, it's really moving when you think of it that way, well done!

Author's Response: Thank you! You're right, actually -- this COULD apply to George. I just saw it as Hermione, but it's really interesting to see different interpretations of the character.

Thanks again!


Author's Response: Thank you! You're right, actually -- this COULD apply to George. I just saw it as Hermione, but it's really interesting to see different interpretations of the character.

Thanks again!

Reviewer: Hermione Clone
Date: 01/04/08 14:52
Chapter: Flaw

Very good!

Author's Response: Thanks!

Reviewer: Stubbornly_appeared
Date: 01/03/08 19:11
Chapter: Flaw

Katie! It got validated frighteningly fast!

*superflyingtacklehugpounce*

You already know how I think this poem is awesome, but I'd love to reiterate that it's...

...powerful.

...touching.

...sad.

...emotional.

And awesome! Did I say that?

It's poetry, mate. It's allowed to be short.

-Stubby

Author's Response: This looks familiar. . . .

Reviewer: Stubbornly_appeared
Date: 01/03/08 19:10
Chapter: Flaw

Katie! It got validated frighteningly fast!

*superflyingtacklehugpounce*

You already know how I think this poem is awesome, but I'd love to reiterate that it's...

...powerful.

...touching.

...sad.

...emotional.

And awesome! Did I say that?

It's poetry, mate. It's allowed to be short.

-Stubby

Author's Response: Indeed! *is superflyingtacklehugpounced*

I'm EXTREMELY HONOURED that you think of this poem so highly, because you are the best free verse poet in the history of, like, EVER.

Usually my poems are verging on epic, so this one is short by my standards. . . . ^_^

Reviewer: harry_victoria
Date: 01/03/08 8:25
Chapter: Flaw

Ooh, Katie! This is a very excellent piece of poetry m'dear! Keep on writing poetry, you have a talent. :) -victoria

Author's Response: Thank you so much! Seeing as you're a great poet, that's a big compliment. Thanks again!

Reviewer: MissyQuill
Date: 01/03/08 4:53
Chapter: Flaw

Personally, I could only picture Dumbledore while reading this. It describes perfectly how he must have felt after Arianna's death. How he wouldn't be able to face himself in the mirror. Great work Katie *huggles*=Sammy

Author's Response: You know, I never even thought of that, but it fits perfectly. Like I said, this could fit TONS of characters -- I just chose Hermione.

I'm glad you like it, though! Thanks for being my first review! *huggles*

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