Reviewer: crbluvsravenclaw
Date: 12/05/12 18:16
Chapter: An Empty Photograph

I agree. What a wonderful message you have set out here! :D

~Cris

Author's Response: Thanks, Cris. ;)

Reviewer: alex13
Date: 10/31/12 12:05
Chapter: An Empty Photograph

This is great poem! For some reason the last line reminded me of a My Chemical Romance song haha. But I have thought that starting over (whether it be in a new school or in a new house) can be a blessing. A new slate! Though it come be really unnerving as well.

Author's Response: Thank you for that input! :) ~Nagini

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