Reviewer: harry4lif
Date: 12/24/08 8:49
Chapter: Revisiting the Veil

This is so sweet!

I think that you do have Harry's characterization right, but I would have loved for him to think about his wife. After all, Ginny must have played a part in his decision, right?

Great job, and I will definitely be reading your other poems very soon.

~Alyssa

Reviewer: shoppingaddictLOL
Date: 06/24/08 13:53
Chapter: Revisiting the Veil

I LOVE this twist to Harry's adult life! Whenever I read a story I always enjoy knowing more about the character's life when the book ends, that's why I loved the epilogue in the 7th book. This poem shows Harry still had difficulties after Voldemort's death. He was no longer fighting the darkest wizard of all time, he was now fighting an internal battle. Amazing, amazing, AMAZING poem!!!!!

Author's Response: Thank you so very much! You are my first reviewer ever!!! I am glad you enjoyed my poem so much. I don't know what else to say! I didn't expect any reviews, I guess!

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