Reviewer: James Jameson
Date: 09/29/07 21:19
Chapter: Chapter 1

is this the fic that needed a title on Forum? I thought you were using a diff title

Author's Response: Nope, this is not the one. That one is yet to come out.

Reviewer: Ritter
Date: 05/02/07 16:38
Chapter: Chapter 1

Very nice poem:) good job.

Author's Response: Thank you! Though most of the credit still goes to James of course for his substantial input. :)

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