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Loss is a suitcase fastened with string tightly knotted.... Remus prepares to leave Grimmauld Place.
Nice, poem. The suitcase is very symbolic but I think the poem should have been a little longer and maybe you could somehow show the reader how it connects to those chapter you said inspired you. ^^ Good job.
Author's Response: Ta, Thanks! I\'m glad you wanted the poem to be longer, and if you\'re ever over in the R/T cat you could always look up the story and see in detail! ^_~
Great poem, very interesting. I liked how you managed to pull off directly questioning and "talking" to the reader, I don't see that often. The only thing I am a bit confused on is what "truth" Harry found.
Author's Response: I have an answer, but guess...
Pattern.....pattern.... is the pattern the fact that its an acrostic? Good job on this! You did a good job of detailing the life of a poor, mistreated house elf. Some of my fave lines were:
Seeing and doing it all, yet staying pure,
Even though inside, they feel tainted.
and of course... the last line. ^^
Author's Response: Yeah, you would read the words \'HOUSE ELVES\' if you read the first letter in each line. *grins* Nice job figuring it out. *squees* So happy you liked it! Thanks sooo much for reviewing!
Haha, very cute poem. Her contradictory thoughts portrayed her emotions well. I really liked how you ended the poem. Heehee.^^
Author's Response: I know. I think she had always liked him secretly! Thanks!!
Wow, this is amazing. Your use of words and decriptions is beautiful. Your begining really caught my attention, and I was awestruck at how great this was as I continued reading. I'm eager to read the next part. ^^ Please update soon.
Author's Response: Thank you loads for reviewing. I\'m very glad you liked it (: I\'ll definitely update tonight, as it\'s all written
Hello fellow Hufflepuff. I thought this poem was fantastic, to simply put it. Your ending is very powerful, but the last line before "We all fall down" slightly confuses me- one is left but they're still fighting? I thought this perhaps may be referring to Harry. Or is it about Voldemort? Anyways, great job and good luck in the challenge.
Author's Response: Thanks for the review. The line you are refering to means that while one person remains to fight against Voldemort or whatever form evil has taken, the fight will go on. So long as one person is left to fight it will not all be in vain. Hope that it wasn\'t too confusing and thanks again!
Wow, so sad. I'm guessing this is H/G? It fits the pair quite well. Hopefully they will get together in DH and then Harry won't be so lonely. Anyways, excellent job!
Author's Response: Thanks. I\'m glad that Harry gets to be happy for once (even if I didn\'t write it:))
Great story. I like how it ends with Harry and Ginny meeting again. Although you ended the story with their accidental meeting and no further to let the reader decide for themselves how the story will end, I want to know what happens next! ^^ Great job on this.
Oh- my - gosh. This was brilliant! Very fun to read after all the serious and dark poems submitted regularily. Of course those aren't bad- serious poems are *awesome*. But this was just refreshing and funny. Keep writing!
Author's Response: Thanks! Maybe I\'ll write some more serious poems.
Oh.. so romantic and sad! The very last line is just so bittersweet and perfect. Fantastic job, I'm not much of a Draco fan but I still liked it! In the books we never see Draco have a real romantic interest in anyone (I don't believe he ever had real strong feelings for Pansy) and this is a nice little twist to him having to keep his feelings for a non-pureblood hidden.
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Wow, incredible poem. It is very different and a great read. I hope to see more of your work up soon! ^_^ Keep writing!
Amazing work. I like how you included parts of the prophecy in there. My only critique is that you used commas in certain places where they seemed unnecessary like:
Situated above his spectacled emeralds,
Is what truly makes him unique...
The occurrences of one single night,
Are represented with this mark on his head...
And I don't think the commas were necessary in the 4th stanza.
But that is just my opinion and other than that I have to say this is an extraordinary poem. Keep writing! ^_^
Author's Response: Thank you so much! I\'m glad you enjoyed my poem. I\'ll keep your grammar advice in mind the next time I write poetry.
Another great acrostic. I have to say I like the beginning the best, and I like how you included the french words. Keep writing! ^^
Author's Response: I can do that! Thank you!
Whoa! Harry/Luna? I did not see that coming. Anyways, fantastic poem, it was fun to read. And I like how you included the "readers" part. Haha. Keep writing!
Author's Response: Thank you very much! *bows* Enjoy your HPDH!
A creature in shades of colorful fluff
That line is missing punctuation. Just thought I'd point that out.
Anyways, (again) great job on this poem! It was very enjoyabale and a lot different. I can just see Fred and George playing or even singing this in their shop. Hahaha. It'd be a nice way to advertise. Excellent job.Keep writing!
Author's Response: Thanks for reviewing! I\'m glad you liked it!
Awww... Harry died? So sad. My only question... why did you italicize (hope I spelled that right...) the "bye" in the... what is it... 9th stanza? Was it to emphasize his leaving?
Anyways, great poem- like I said, very sad. Keep writing!
Author's Response: Yes, Harry died...boo. And about the \'bye\' thing, I don\'t really know why I did it. I guess I thought it looked cool :P. But your reason sounds a lot more sophisticated, so I\'ll go with that ;). Thank you! Glad you like it. Rave <3
Very sweet poem! ^_^ I like how you had Harry take the time to describe each character. Keep writing!
Author's Response: Thank you! (I really have to find something better to say than thank yoiu!!!) It\'s really great you liked it, cuz I loved writing it! And I love to imagine how Harry would desribe his family, it really warms your heart up, doesn\'t it?
Haha. Hilarious. My only bit of critique is that you could have added more punctuation (commas can be helpful). This was such an awesome poem. Write more! ^_^
Author's Response: Oh, whoops! I always forget about punctuation in poems... thanks for the review!
Great poem, my one question- where is she? Is she on a "quest" for the Order or at home? I know you described it as winter. That's the one bit I didn't really get. Anways, great job. ^^
Author's Response: Oh, no. It\'s more of a metaphorical thingy- without her Remmykins it\'s cold and dead and winter and stuffs. :) Thanks for the review- I love getting them!
Very sweet. I'm sure that really was her biggest regret. My only bit of critique is that some of the lines were a bit long whilst others were much shorter, like:
I didn’t get to see your first day at school or embarrass you by beginning to cry,
Anyways, great poem. Keep writing! ^^
Author's Response: Thank you very much for your critique I\'ll try and keep it in mind when I write another poem.. Thank you also for the review and yeah I really think that was Lily\'s greatest regret.