I laughed so hard at the end of this, my friends turned to look at me...
Did you laugh because that's something you would do? :D Thank you for laughing and giving the present of a review.
Heeheheheheheh!!! This one's even better than Auntie Murriel, carrion crow!!!!
Author's Response: This poem's definitely humour versus angst, so it was more fun to write, but the other shows Rose's adult feelings towards her "Auntie", and good therapy, lol, so to me they're apples and oranges to be enjoyed for different flavours.
Haha I like your Rose Weasley :) She's funny. Of course, you put everything into her, and even though this was short-like I liked it a lot
Author's Response: I'm not a poet, I'm a writer who gets poetical when inspired, so I don't think I'll ever write a long ode...but they'll be heartfelt. :D
A Rose by any other name just wouldn't be as sweet. How nice of her not to spoil her little brother's excitement over their future guest. She even lets him keep Auntie in his room! How generous.
Author's Response: You have me snorting inelegantly. (I could say elegantly, no one saw, but that would be a lie) :D Thank you for being my lucky number 7!
this is great (as always) and very cute :)
Author's Response: I heart you for that "always"! (always, heh)
Aw, so cute! I like how you have a story written in poem form. I know that's not easy to do. It has a nice flow, too.
Author's Response: Thank you! I admire poets who meticulously craft poems with exact syllables stressed and whatnot. I can only play it by ear and hope it "sounds right" to readers too! :)
Cute! I don't think Auntie Muriel would be much fun either
Author's Response: No, she'd be the type who would want a child to listen to her stories of when she was young. :D
LOL How CUTE!!!
Author's Response: Hugo probably won't find it so, but experience is the best teacher. :D
Sounds like lots of fun to me, lol
Author's Response: You have a twisted sense of fun. That's an attractive quality, heh.
Awww! That's so sweet! I love your characterization of Rose, the nice yet slightly evil older sister educating her brother on the perils of visits from Auntie Muriel. Amazing job as always.
Thank you! I saw her thinking about the past visit, considering whether to tell Hugo about it, then deciding to let him find out for himself...and take his turn giving up his room! :D