Reviewer: islesfan
Date: 08/01/08 22:01
Chapter: Chapter 1

i would imagine he felt too much grief after the battle to be very happy, and he was probably buisily consoling the Weasleys, but i liked it. good poem.

Author's Response: Thank you so much for the reveiw! I am glad that you liked the poem. You are right Harry probably had greif after the battle and was consoling the Weasleys. However, I feel that after such a long time of sadness and darkness he was happy and relieved that he could live the rest of his life in peace. Again thanks for the reveiw. It is nice to know what you think!

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