Reviewer: BrokenPromise
Date: 07/28/12 22:05
Chapter: Chapter 1

Well that was…interesting. Then again, the original poem was good, albeit strange. Your representation of Snape is good, and it sticks to canon very well. I did feel that some of this poem was a bit too literal in following the original, but as a Copycat challenge, I suppose that was the point.

The imagery in this poem was very raw and it shows Snape in all his ‘glory’. By that I mean it shows that he truly does love Lily. I especially liked the line

I think that you definitely accommodated the required words well. Don’t get me wrong, the poem is very good, despite its quirks, but I just found it a bit odd. I apologise that this review cannot really do it justice.

Reviewer: Nagini Riddle
Date: 05/27/12 6:08
Chapter: Chapter 1

Poetry is poetry, and there are no rules in poetry. In fact, that's the first rule, if you can get past the paradoxical nature of that statement. :)
Anyways, this was one of the most beautiful and agonizing things I've ever read, because it felt like a dream and it captured the emotions just right with its subtle simplicity. You really should consider publishing a lot of your work. No doubt that one day in the future, they will sell The Complete Works of Hestia Jones (Natalie), an it will be a best seller! Flying off the shelves, and filling children's (and adults) dreams by the millisecond. :)

Author's Response: That is the best compliment anyone has EVER paid me. :D While I won't be allowed to publish my fandom-related work, I could write raps and agonising poetry :D:D

Reviewer: sevvypoo4me
Date: 07/02/11 6:52
Chapter: Chapter 1

I just want to say this poem is AWESOMEZ!

Author's Response: AWESOMEZ review. Thanks.

Reviewer: Equinox Chick
Date: 07/02/11 2:14
Chapter: Chapter 1

Why haven't I seen this poem? Is it in PA? This is lovely and so darn powerful. I need to ask you, because I don't know the original and it could be to do with that, but why are certain words like Muscles capitalised. I'm not saying it's a fault AT ALL, I just wondered (runs away in case she's hit with the Zechad Hex)

Seriously this is a beautiful poem and very evocative.

There's a reason I'm not in SPEW - this review should give you a clue - hee hee hee hee.

Amazing. ~Carole~

Author's Response: What an inappropriate and zechadly review this is! I am completely bemused and do not know how to respond.

...

Heehee. This was my second entry for the Copycat Challenge. The capitalisations reflect those of the original, and I actually dunno why Dickinson capitalised hers. o.O Thanks for the lovely review, Croll! This may not be SPEWly, but it really brings a smile on my face, and is as cherished as a monstrous review!

~Natalie

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