Reviews For You Were My Life
Reviewer: Euphrates
Date: 08/03/08 14:10
Chapter: Chapter 1

Oh, wow. Poor Ron. Poor Hermione. *tear*

I love what you chose to be the refrain, because it works for both Ron and Hermione to say to the other - you were my life. I'm sorry – that made me tear up. A lot. =) You're an amazing poet.

My only question would be as to what these two lines mean: But, your heroics were quite rare / To challenge those two did you dare. I don't know if her heroics really were rare; she was a great person. And the second line I just don't understand. Author's insight, please (for this slow reader)? =)

But otherwise, this poem is fantastic. Beautiful, simple...powerful.

--Kate

Author's Response: Thanks soo much! The way Hermione dies is by putting herself between Harry and two deatheaters to block a spell from killing Harry. Also the words fit with the syllables and the rhyming.

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