Reviews For Sirius Black
Reviewer: 1000timesingoldenink
Date: 11/02/12 22:47
Chapter: Chapter 1

Love the last line!

Reviewer: Ruchira_M
Date: 07/18/12 12:43
Chapter: Chapter 1

Wow, the mystery that is Sirius. Wonderfully expressed.

Reviewer: Nagini Riddle
Date: 05/27/12 2:27
Chapter: Chapter 1

How sad and yet hopeful at the same time. You really captured Sirius in these few words. I especially like that he was "the wind caught in flying curtains." How sad that he fell through that veil, his laughter still etched on his handsome face!!!!!!
I've donated more than a few words. I think I should get some special prize for this. ;) *chuckles* Keep up the writing. Maybe you will reach a hundred stories soon!

Author's Response: YOU ARE AMAZING AND DESERVE ALL THE PRIZES ON EARTH! I WOULD KISS YOUR HANDS if we didn't live miles apart, which I am assuming we do :D

Reviewer: Equinox Chick
Date: 04/16/12 12:20
Chapter: Chapter 1

I love this poem. I love it almost the best of any Potter poem you've written (its shading the Remus one and the Black Sisters poem). . There are far too many fabulous lines but the part that stands out to me is the

{Sirius Black is also a bracket: (Prongs-hmm-Peter-hmm-Prongs-hmm-Moony-hmm-the secret-hmm-the rat-hmm-Prongs)}

because I can hear Sirius pondering thsi. It's astounding how well you've caught him in all these metaphors ... and this is from a person who doesn;t write muchMarauder. Just ... how the merkin do you do this?! Awe and jealousy are chrning within me - hee hee.

I love the way you've separated the poem. So you've dealt with his childhood . The caviar is a fantastic metaphor because you've covered the fact that it's expensive, an acquired taste and is really quite beautiful to look at. (Well I think it is because it reminds me of black seed pearls.)

Then you deal with the aftermath of his stint in Azkaban - the fresh hope, and then the despair when he's trapped again in Grimmauld Place.

Makes me remember why I love the Marauders and yet find everything about them so so sad.

Brilliant. ~Carole~

Author's Response: I am your Marauder emmmmmmmmmuuuu-Kappa.

Oh dear. That sounds like an emu there ha ha ha. Wah! The best of my Potter poems and better than the Remus and Black sisters poems?! That is high compliment indeed! :) I count those two among my best, if I may say so, quite immodestly - oops. Thanks for reviewing (even though you didn't have to <3)! I am glad Sirius' girl liked it.

Reviewer: Con Moto
Date: 04/16/12 10:42
Chapter: Chapter 1

Wow, that was beautiful! Very well written :)

Author's Response: Thank you! :)

Reviewer: Gmariam
Date: 04/16/12 0:51
Chapter: Chapter 1

Hi Natalie! I will admit I do not understand every line, but I love the overall effect. There were some brilliant bits - the wolf's howl and a deathly kiss, caught in flying curtains, and others. And the last line was very bittersweet. I only wonder what you mean by the middle section, Sirius Black is also a bracket. That's just me being free-verse thick, though. You should try this for other characters, it could be a cool series! Nice job, as always! Keep writing poems! (haha I know you will!) ~Gina :)

Author's Response: The bracketed part was a symbolisation of his stint at Azkaban. The broken speech and the separation from the rest of the poem were an attempt to mark it as the separate, muted event it was. (And just thinking about it always makes me tear up. D:) Thanks, as always, for reading and reviewing, Gina! :) And yes, I will keep writing poems ha ha ha. I can't seem to stop.

Reviewer: PeppermintToads
Date: 04/15/12 16:45
Chapter: Chapter 1

That was really deep and showed a lot of insight.

Author's Response: Thanks for reviewing :)

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