Reviewer: scruffieslytherin
Date: 07/17/11 15:01
Chapter: Tribute To A Very Special Elf

I love dobby nice to find another fan who really appreciates him too I like the line ''will he miss what he has left'' its very nice!

Author's Response: Thanks to my fellow Dobby fan for reading and reviewing:) I'm glad you enjoyed the poem.

Reviewer: ElmandPhoenix
Date: 04/01/11 18:17
Chapter: Tribute To A Very Special Elf

i loved this! this was an awesome tribute you Dobby!

Author's Response: Thank you for your review. I'm glad you liked it.

Reviewer: lunaginnypotterw
Date: 03/30/11 17:37
Chapter: Tribute To A Very Special Elf

dear im crying and im happy because i ove this poem i wish i could be this great

Author's Response: Awww, thank you so much!!! Your tears of joy are a big compliment to me:) and I'm glad that you liked my poem. Thanks for reviewing!

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