Reviewer: DontCallMeNymphadora
Date: 07/22/08 23:20
Chapter: Chapter 1

Oh My God! that was sooooo good! I love it so much!

Author's Response: Glad you enjoyed my little story. :) Thanks for the review!

Reviewer: dancingcarrot21
Date: 02/05/08 2:51
Chapter: Chapter 1

This is sweet. Nice Tonk/Remus imagery here. ; )

Author's Response: Thank you! Gotta love Remus and Tonks!

Reviewer: Sayla Nable
Date: 01/27/08 18:17
Chapter: Chapter 1

Lovely poem!
I just have a bit of a critique. At the beginning of every line there should be a capital letter. For example, "promising to be there the rest of his life," should be "Promising to be there the rest of his life." Even when there's no period at the end of the first line, there should be a capital at the beginning of the second line.
This really is a beautiful poem. It's very sweet.
~Sayla

Author's Response: part of capitals is style...and I chose in this poem to keep going with the sentence, without capitalization. Thanks for the input though! It is much appreciated!!

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