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Summary: A poem written to depict the love Severus Snape feels for Lily Evans written from Snape's point of view.
Sweet poem! Fits well with the Snape/Lily ship. My favorite stanza is the last one. =]
My only nitpick is that the line "In hope that as time passes…" didn't seem to fit to well in some places and so it seemed a bit repetetive.
Great job on this piece! Keep writing!
Summary: A green light can pierce your soul, heart, and, in Petunia's case, mind. My interpretation of Petunia's reaction to Lily's death.
I liked this. Poems like these are very easy to read and understand and I think that the structure this is in gave you a lot of room to express Pertunia's thoughts. Great poem. =]
Author's Response: Thank you so much for your comments! I\'m glad you liked it :)
Summary: A memorial for my all time favourite Harry Potter character.
R.I.P. Fred Weasley
Such a wonderful tribute. Nice rhyming! Great job!
Author's Response: Thank you very much. :)\r\n\r\nAND AS A GENERAL NOTE TO EVERYONE, I HAVE TWO MORE IDEAS I\'M WORKING ON FOR THIS POEM SERIES. :D
Summary: A short poem about Ginny's reaction when Voldemort announces Harry Potter's "death" during the final battle.
wow, i really liked this poem. the single words that broke up the stanzas really put an emphasis on the darkness and sadness of this scene (which was on of my faves in the book by the way). i also liked the quote syou had in there- they really ties the poem to the original text. great piece :]
Author's Response: Thank you for the lovely review! Yeah, I really liked this scene in the book, too - it was so powerful and sad. Once again - thank you!
Summary: Andromeda holds her grandson after the Battle of Hogwarts, determined to protect him from the war and its aftermath.
chilling, seems like it belongs in a horror movie. good job. ^^
Author's Response: Thank you!
Summary: Remus tries to tell Tonks that she's not safe, but she is convinced that he won't transform. Will it be too late for her to run as the moon appears over the horizon.
exactly how i think remus felt. good job on this. :]
Author's Response: Thank you!
Summary: Some say Lucius just used Narcissa as a toy. Some say he had a little heart at the beginning, but lost it soon after. But what if he just decided not to show what he felt? A betraying little piece of parchment found in the basement of Malfoy Manor tells all.
Wow...this was different. It was a nice look at the Narcissa and Lucius shipping. It makes Narcissa seem so seductive, but you also describe her as delicate. You had me thinking thinking about the different descriptions the whole way! Excellent work!
Author's Response: Hey, yay! Thanks a lot for the compliments :) I\'m really flattered I made you think differently about descriptions and everything. This review really made my day :D
Summary: A poem for Harry and Ginny, the ship that wouldn't give up. Takes place from their first kiss, to after the war.
Dreamland sounds like a beautiful place.
Very sweet piece. =)
Author's Response: I like to think Dreamland is the place where all young, in love couples go. But I also believe in the tooth fairy. Either way, thanks for your comments!
Summary: A little yellow poem you might construe as you desire.
...Aww this is cute. And your descriptions are awesome.
"yellow clotted cream" mmm....
But I wish I knew who it was. I'd love to say Harry/Ginny or something...because Harry used to cook for the Dursleys. But for some reason I'm tempted to say Arthur/Mollie. "Beds that are empty"... are all the Weasley kids gone?
Author's Response: Clotted cream! My sister made scones the other day but was too lazy to make some lemon clotted cream and I was so disappointed! Good call, the two I had in mind was Harry/Ginny. "Beds that are empty"... dead children... *cough* Yeah. Anyway, thanks for the review! :)
Summary: Here's to the heroes of wizarding war...
The battle has been over for many years, but the memories and spirits live on.
Sonnet are so much fun to read, and you described the final battle awesome-ly (sorry, I make up my own words when I have a hard time describing things).
Orange spilled outwards across the dawn sky.
Two last curses flew, as onlookers saw,
The dark lord’s own curse caused him to die.
His followers fled, his rule was no more.
I liked this stanza a lot because I can see the events play out like in the novel. The desciption was great. Orange being spilled across the sky... =)
I really liked hopw you repeated the stanza :
Here's to the heroes of wizarding war,
Watch and remember and never ignore.
It closed the poem nicely.
Amazing sonnet. Keep writing!
Author's Response: Awww! Thanks so much for the kind review!
I'm glad you liked the repetition, I wasn't sure it was going to work, so I'm happy you thought it fitted.
Hehe, I also make up words when I think they don't fit. Awesome-ly should totally be a real word.
Thanks again for the review :)
Summary: Hermione knows there are other things she should think about, but there is only one person on her mind. Set sometime between the fall of Voldemort and the time when Harry finds Ron and Hermione sitting together in Deathly Hallows.
If only we had better timing.
But would it all have been worth it if our timing had been different?
Haha.. my thoughts exactly when I was reading the novel. Anyway, on to my review...
I thought you captured Hermione's emotions and personality wonderfully.
“Why are you alone?”
This time, I answer;
“I wasn’t aware that I was supposed to be with anyone.”
That is such a Hermione-ish thing to say. Ron's lines also suit his character very well. I love that this poem focuses on a situation in DH that we couldn't focus on because we were so caught up with Harry's adventure. And I like that you didn't force yourself into a structure or rhyme scheme. It makes this seem more like a diary entry.
Great poem, keep writing. =)
Author's Response: thanks! I love that you quoted the "Timing" thing, that was probably my favorite part as well... =] Also, I'm very glad you liked their characters, because that's something I struggle with, so it means a lot to me that you liked it. Thank you very much!
Summary: Being held captive in a locked room can lead to deep thought for some minds and shallow thought for others. See how the minds of Fluffy the three-headed dog are affected by this captivity.
The description caught ny attention. Really neat idea.
Watching makes me want to snore.
What is with that stupid door?
It's funny... nobody really thinks of the three-headed dog as captives, but in truth they are. And I liked how you made them seem so much more human.
Great poem. =D
Author's Response: Thanks for the review! I'm glad you liked my poem!!! =)
Summary: An artistic poem depicting when Harry was the snake in his dream and saw Mr. Weasley attacked.
Wow... incredibly desciptive and pretty dark.
Paint my skies with bloody feathers
and set my eyes aflame.
Your description is awesome, and the words you used to describe the situation are so... poetic. Which is good, considering this is a poem. haha...
The ending was stupendous, too. Such a clincher!
Okay, I'm done. Great poem. =)
Author's Response: Thank you so much for your review! Yay, you're the first one! Yeah, it is pretty dark, I know. O_O I'm working on another one for Blood Moon (more poetry, except this time centered around Remus (I only have one validated right now, and it sucks) and it's just as dark. That's some of my favorite lines, too. Thanks! Sorry, I'll shut up now too. :)
Summary: I hadn't seen him since I was eleven, but he had a rather distinct look about him. It was hard, after all, to forget that black hair that stuck up in the back and the bright green eyes behind those glasses. And the scar — I had always thought it neat to have a scar shaped like a lightening bolt.
Jane Martin sees the odd, quiet boy she went to primary school with years ago in a jewellery shop and she's shocked to see how much things have changed for the boy with taped glasses and baggy clothes. *one-shot*
one word: amazing. i remember why i used to always love to come on this site and read your fics. =)
Author's Response: Thank you! I'm glad you're reading my stories again :)