Reviewer: indigo_mouse
Date: 12/07/08 17:17
Chapter: Song of the Founders

That is really good! I'm a dunce at poetry myself, but each stanza made me feel like you loved that house the most - very even handed. None of the rhymes seemed forced and my only quibble is that "work ethic" seems a little 20th century.

I loved it!

Author's Response: SUSAN! *tacklesquish* Thanks for stopping by! I'm glad you liked it... I just got inspired by a Slytherin anthem contest and went from there! Good catch on the "work ethic"-- I wasn't consciously aiming for an archaic style, but I see that it turned out that way. Thanks a lot again! <3333333

Reviewer: -Rosette_Potter-
Date: 12/07/08 12:56
Chapter: Song of the Founders

OKAY...

Author's Response: Um...not sure how to respond to that...

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