Reviews For Quidditch
Reviewer: FireboltCrasher
Date: 09/16/08 17:22
Chapter: Quidditch

I like your poem. You're really good at poetry; you should write more. :)

Author's Response: Thanks! I probably will write more, but I have to be stuck with some more inspiration first.

Reviewer: Schmerg_The_Impaler
Date: 09/16/08 15:41
Chapter: Quidditch

Hey, Luna! Why haven't I seen this before? Hehe, this is lovely. I'd think you actually know how to play Quidditch after reading this-- it certainly does make lovely use of imagery. Agh, too much English class...

I think your rhyming has gotten really good. This poem's really rhythmic and snappy, and I like it a lot. My favourite part of the poem is, "I send it back with no remorse-- Quidditch is my driving force."

I have to admit, though, I was convinced the poem would end with a Bludger knocking him out. But maybe that's because I end all of my poems with a gag.

Author's Response: That, of course, is in the second chapter! (No, it's not. There is no second chapter.) You haven't seen this before because it is new. Has my rhyming really improved? I haven't really noticed. But I guess it's always good to improve! Thanks!

Reviewer: ringobeatlesfan4
Date: 09/16/08 15:26
Chapter: Quidditch

Errr... I'm not exactly sure about Tybalt... I can ask my coach on Thursday though!

Author's Response: I could have sworn they described a sword-move as 'Tybalt' in The Princess Bride. (I mean the book not the movie.)

Reviewer: ringobeatlesfan4
Date: 09/16/08 15:18
Chapter: Quidditch

Whoa, Luna! That was great!!! I liked, uhh... Okay, I liked it all, but this was my favorite line:

I send it back with no remorse -
Quidditch is my driving force.

^^Sounds like me with my favorite soprt (for lack of a better word), Fencing. It's funlicious, and I'm actually pretty good at it, too... ANNNNYWAYYY, this was too awesome for words. Great, great, great job/idea/poem/type thing. Heh... {BeccA}

Author's Response: Thank you so much for the review Becca! I've never tried fencing but I have a not-so-sneaking suspicion I woudl love it. Random question: is there a move in fencing called 'Tybalt' or am I going cuckoo?

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