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The Lost Weeks by the opaleye
Rated: 1st-2nd Years [Reviews - 9]

Summary: Past Featured StoryHermione sits and thinks of the boy who left and why she did not follow.

Tied in first place for the 2011 Quicksilver Quill Award in Best Poetry.

Categories: Poetry Genre: Warnings: None

Word count: 416 Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
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05/25/11 Updated: 05/31/11


Reviewer: downeyg Signed
Date: 05/31/11 Title: Chapter 1: Her thoughts linger on those silent weeks.

I really enjoyed this poem, and I especially liked the tone; it was sort of melancholy, but hopeful at the same time. My favorite lines were "We could stay here, she says, we could hole onto your numbered days./We could grow old, she says, and keep your life in our hands" because you sort of added on to the lines from the movie. Nice job!

Author's Response: Thank you :) Yes, I took a lot of inspiration from that scene in the film. It's such a poignant moment so I'm glad you liked the way I incorporated it into the poem. Again, thanks so much for the review and I'm so pleased you enjoyed it!

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