Ooh, this was very interesting and very well written. A nice little character study with some really cool imagery!
Author's Response: Oh thank you very much!!!!!!!! :) Yes, I really enjoyed writing this, because I got the chance to explore a different point of view. I tried so hard to make it have the imagery and to be dark! It was hard work! But it seems to have paid off. Thank you again for your lovely review!
SNAPS TO YOU!!!(: THAT WAS SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO AMAZING!!!(:
The characters have got to be Tom Riddle and Nagini (hence your name, haha). They were obviously meeting for the first time and Nagini was getting fond of her new master...
"But he is the true
Of the snake,
This was by far, my favorite part of the whole poem. They just go so beautifully together and I mean that in the releationship between them, as well as the words through the whole poem, and this little piece of the poem.
Well done! (1,000,000,000,000,000,10)!!!(:
Author's Response: My goodness!!!! I was so happy to see your review! I'm glad you loved it! Keep looking out for my poetry! :) And remember, you can certainly visit my thread on Poetry Anyone? ;D
This was chilling. It was very dark, and you captured Voldemort and Nagini very well. Their darkness seems to have drawn them together. Anyways, great poem. It made me shiver! :P
Author's Response: Oh thank you! I originally set out to write an epic poem about the two going through all their trials together, but the more I wrote, the more it fell apart and departed from the feel of the first few stanzas. Believe it or not, this poem actually reached 1256 words before I finally cut it down in half! I'm super excited that you took the time to read it, and also that you feel it was dark enough! I certainly tried really hard to make it that way, since I don't just automatically dive into dark words or feelings. It seems though, that since this poem, I've found it easier to do so! And how it's hard to write happy poetry! Anyways, thank you for your sweet and chilling review! :D