Reviews For Draco, Why Not Me?
Reviewer: SingingWren
Date: 12/22/10 17:41
Chapter: Chapter 1

A very sweet poem! I really enjoyed it. You have a nice way with poetry, and I loved how you captured her emotion so well.

"you see that they’re meant to be."

I loved this characterization of Pansy, who sees that Draco made a good choice, but still longs for him to be with her. Sad, but sweet. Very nice job!

~o~ Karen

Reviewer: Astoria Greengrass
Date: 08/12/10 22:56
Chapter: Chapter 1

This will be very good for me, since I'm writing about how Astoria and Draco fell in love. I hate Pansy, but I did initially wonder why Draco decided against her when they seemed to be so together throughout the books. It just goes to show that almost nothing is ever simple!

Reviewer: ron lover
Date: 10/23/09 19:26
Chapter: Chapter 1

I really love this poem. The ending is just great. It actually makes me feel sad for Pansy. I never thought that it was possible for that to happen, but it did. I think that this is a great poem. My favorite stanza is the fifth one. The last line in that stanza is just great.

Author's Response: Thanks for the review! I'm glad you liked the poem. :) ~M_W

You must login (register) to review.
Information
Find out everything you need to know about the site right here.


We have stories and authors in this archive.

:

RSS
Choose Theme:
SOCIAL MEDIA
     
MOST RECENT
Waning by Oregonian 1st-2nd Years
The light and warmth are waning as winter approaches. What that implies depends...
Helpless by Oregonian 3rd-5th Years
With Lord Voldemort firmly established at Malfoy Manor, and terror pervading...
Strangers at Drakeshaugh by Northumbrian 3rd-5th Years
The locals in a sleepy corner of the Cheviot Hills are surprised to discover...
FEATURED
Thank you for your time, Professor by Equinox Chick 1st-2nd Years
It is April 1976, and Minerva McGonagall sits in her office, arranging biscuits...
Heat of the Moment by ToBeOrNotToBeAGryffindor Professors
A night of paperwork, coffee, and burning the midnight oil... it wasn't...
A Splendid Fate by hestiajones 6th-7th Years
One failed photograph, two halved souls, and the numerous, marvellous machinations...
CATEGORIES