Reviews For The Endless Road
Reviewer: Equinox Chick
Date: 10/19/12 17:51
Chapter: The Endless Road

This was a very sad poem to read that manage to evoke feelings of sympathy in me toward Petunia. The way you paint her house and the small details made the scene come alive to me. I loved the bracketed lines which gave a real emphasis to the poem.

Well done. ~Carole~

Author's Response: Equi chick, I have you to thank for that! I took your advice and cut back on the number of parantheses that I used. I definitely see now that it really helps make the other more emotional parts stand out. Thank you so much for your critique on PA, and thank you so much for your review! I love ya, Carole! ~Nagini

Reviewer: alex13
Date: 10/17/12 13:50
Chapter: The Endless Road

This definitely shows Petunia in a different light. And you do kind of feel sorry for her, but you're she wasn't the most pleasurable person. But it is a great poem! Wow you churn these things out like a factory...and I mean that in a good way! :)

Author's Response: Thank you, alex13! :) I was on a writing spree during the summer and wrote over forty poems for fan fiction... so I've been working to get the good ones up on the archives. I'm very happy that you are enjoying the poetry and the new perspectives they bring. ~Nagini

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