Reviewer: xxbabewithbrainsxx
Date: 06/06/11 13:57
Chapter: The Sky Is Clear and Blue

This isn't going to be a long review, Lia, as I am sort of on the go and meant to be revising, but I just clicked on this and I have to say, I loved it! You have a real knack for poetry; the rhyme scheme here was really good and quite tough, if you ask me, so kudos to you for that! It was really sad, though, especially at the end when you mentioned Fred, although I did guess it was the Weasleys when you said the beloved son bit. So anyway, lovely poem and thanks for reviewing!

~Soraya~

Author's Response: Thank you so much, Soraya. You're very sweet. My poetry isn't the best, but I find that my most depressing poems feature George and the death of Fred. I'm sick, I tell you! Sick! ;)

Reviewer: xxbabewithbrainsxx
Date: 01/11/11 15:08
Chapter: The Sky Is Clear and Blue

Wow. That was so moving and the rhythm/flow was very good. The rhyming--the fact that it rhymed was brilliant--was excellent. And even though the mood is so dark and gloomy you still managed to go at a good pace, especially with so few words, which I think is a real talent as a poet. Well done!

~Soraya~

Author's Response: Aww, thank you very much. *blush* Such lovely compliments. Thank you. ^_^

Reviewer: FawkesToTheRescue
Date: 09/06/10 6:04
Chapter: The Sky Is Clear and Blue

ooh, i like this poem!
--FawkesToTheRescue--

Author's Response: Thank you. ^^

Reviewer: hermy008
Date: 08/02/10 17:05
Chapter: The Sky Is Clear and Blue

beautiful imagery. at first, i didn't know who this poem was about, but it was good that you didn't reveal that until the end. poor fred :(

Author's Response: I like to kick you when you're down. Lol. Yes, I thought revealing it as Fred at the end would make it sadder. Mission accomplished! ^_~ Thank you so much for the review. ^^

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