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Reviewer: Cheshlin
Date: 05/07/09 19:31
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This is another great poem. You do a great job at expressing things in a very artistic manor. Thanks for sharing that with us! Cyns

Reviewer: Divess
Date: 05/09/08 13:23
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A decision is made. The egg had it been allowed to hatch would have produced a chicken yet as it is broken it begins as an ingrdient in the start of something else. So ends the life of a chick but the beginning of an omelet.

So I see Harry as the broken and compromised boy/man who is revived as the Man, the Savior, the Survivor.

Reviewer: Jenn_Weasley
Date: 05/09/08 9:27
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I really like this. It's true for more than Harry. Thanks!

Reviewer: Calico
Date: 05/08/08 17:26
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Woah...that's pretty much my reaction. It must have been difficult to say what you wanted while maintaining a rhyming pattern. Usually trying to rhyme hurts the flow of a poem, but yours sounded like something published in the New Yorker. Your words made a lot of sense to me, and expressed emotion extremely well. I can't wait to read more of your poetry!

Reviewer: Binka Fudge
Date: 05/08/08 17:05
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Very profound, i like.

Reviewer: undesirable_number1
Date: 05/08/08 16:21
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I'm in total awe... Your poetry is absolutely amazing. The imagery that you use is brilliant. I love the line about how an egg "weeps into the depths;" the yolk falling into the bowl really does remind me of tears. This poem is a total masterpiece; it's going in my favorites!

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