I really enjoyed the creativity you used by showing in poetic form the different ways in which Myrtle's life - and death - were perceived from the viewpoints of several characters. LSV
Author's Response: thanks, I'm glad you enjoyed it!
That was seriously the best ficpoem I've EVER read.
She was such a misunderstood girl... -sob-
Author's Response: Wow, thanks alot! Myrtle's life frankly sucked... but at least Tom will end up losing in the end, right? Thanks for the review!
Aw, wicked AWESOME! This was so brilliant! I loved the writing style and everything! Really well written! I've never actually seen a poem like this! It's very creative and I enjoyed it alot! Can't find anything wrong with it at all to comment about! It was wonderful! :D
Author's Response: thanks so much! A new reviewer is always a great experience. Thanks for the review!
Well, I'm here, sorry it took so long to review, I was just caght up in Sorrows More Peaceful, gettting chapter eleven in queue. I like your work on Myrtle, no one really spends too much time wondering about her, and especially not writing about her. Olive Hornby must have felt the worst, I imagine, but in this poem, it was Hagrid who did. I'd think he'd feel worse for himself, a also for Myrtle, but not as much... because, hey, he just got expelled. I think Olive would feel very very guilty. I would. Other than that, i could see nothing wrong with this. Good job!
Author's Response: thanks! (I'll have to check out Sorrows More Peacful, by the way- if you've been putting so much time into it it must be good.) And I'd never actually thought about Hagrid before this, but I had only olive's and tom's and I was like okay, I really need another poem in here to balance out the hatred. Who else would be affected? And hagrid just sort of hit me. Because really, he had just lost his dad recently and now he was losing everything else. I might write a one-shot about him, actually. Thanks for the review!
i like them they are bad as hell
Author's Response: please, if you don't have anything constructive to say, don't say anything at all.