Reviewer: Nitwit Blubber Oddment Tweak x
Date: 04/12/09 18:26
Chapter: Mrs. Crouch's Sacrifice

I loved this; I honestly felt her pain and I could imagine her thinking all of this in a lonely cell in Askaban, just waiting till it was all over. I especially liked the line 'I hope you use this second chance, and don't move 'til you take a glance.' I thought that was really moving. What a sacrifice she made! Her love for her son was unconditional and it really knew no bounds. However, maybe you should think of renaming it to 'When I Am Gone' or something along the lines of that; it might attract more readers. Otherwise, brilliant :D

Author's Response: Thank you for the input! I'm so glad you liked my poem. I'm working on a more attention-grabbing title right now! ;-)

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