Reviews For Flicker
Reviewer: undesirable_number1
Date: 04/29/08 20:28
Chapter: Flicker

This poem is BEAUTIFUL. First of all, I love the title. It conjures up images of fire that make me think of Lily and, of course, her "flaming red hair." You have succeeded in portraying a desperate, loving, passionate Snape, which should be praised. Additionally, this poem has helped me realize that I'm way too much of an HP fan... because it made me cry. Seriously.

Author's Response: So, I accidentally reviewed my own poem instead of responding. Thank you for the nice review!

Reviewer: Lalalalatina
Date: 04/18/08 22:58
Chapter: Flicker

This was a very interesting piece. The flaming red hair kept bringing to mind Lily. Is that whom you were referring to?

Anyways, I liked the structure and repetition of this poem. Great job!

Author's Response: Yes, it's a Snape/Lily poem :). Thanks for the review!

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