Oh, poor lonely review box! I shall comfort you for a friend. Here goes:
Very interesting concept to base a poem on. I've always loved that theme in the HP books. The format isn't one I'm used to, and I'd have to analyze it for a LONG TIME to give any constructive criticism. Sorry, friend. I am too tired to analyze right now.
Author's Response: 'S okay. Analyzing isn't necessary in this crowd. Glad you liked it. :D
Awesome! (You can't tell that you labored over it.)
Author's Response: Haha, thanks. And, yeah, I can tell how much time and effort went into that amazing review.
I liked it! It was a sweet poem that's really true and says a lot about life.
Author's Response: I'm glad you liked it! Thanks for the review!
Wow! This was great! I really enjoyed reading this--you're a great poet. The rhyme scheme was unique and I loved the way you ended each stanza with the last two lines of the last stanza (if that makes any sense!). The rhythm was very good, the pace not too slow or fast. What Dumbledore said is very true as well. You did his words justice. Thank you very much for writing this poem as I simply adored it (as I do all deep poems like this one).
Author's Response: Thank you, Soraya! The rhyme scheme is unique, I agree - I definitely didn't come up with it; I had never even heard of it before they introduced it in this month's challenge in Poetry Anyone.
The pattern is A1, b, A2; a, b, A2; a, b, A1; a, b, A2; a, b, A1, A2. Rather confusing. Basically, you repeat the sentences A1 and A2 exactly, and the a sentences just need to rhyme with them, and the b sentences with each other. I hope you can't tell that I quite labored over this poem to make sure it met the pattern correctly. =P