Reviews For Soiled
Reviewer: crbluvsravenclaw
Date: 12/05/12 18:14
Chapter: Soiled

And I loved it! I loved the mention of Lily, though I feel like it was about both her and a flower.

This is hard because I forgot what I have already read, haha. You might get comments from me on poems I have already commented on... :D

~future author

Author's Response: This was going to be a poem about the secrets that Severus keeps buried, but somehow, the other garden analogy came through! I actually really liked my last stanza, because I just feel like it sums up all the guilt Severus must feel. Thank you for reading!

Reviewer: Equinox Chick
Date: 10/26/12 12:22
Chapter: Soiled

Oh, this is sad and sums up Snape and his feelings for Lily rather well. You've done well with the rhyme scheme; it doesn't feel at all forced, and there's a good flow here.

Well done ~Carole~

Author's Response: Carole!!!! I'm so happy to see that you liked this! It makes me laugh, because I felt like I was forcing the entire poem, trying to bend it my way, but eventually I gave up on trying to bend it and just let it go free. I think I've learned that sometimes, doing so can create masterpieces, or very poignant works. :0 Thanks again for your review!!!!!!

Reviewer: alex13
Date: 10/26/12 11:57
Chapter: Soiled

Another great poem! I think this really describes and solidifies how Snaps felt about Lily. I think the last two lines really made this poem!! Again great poem! :)

Author's Response: Alex, I appreciate your dedication so much! Thank you a million times over for your awesome review!

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