Reviewer: Invisibility Cloak
Date: 12/13/10 20:58
Chapter: All Because Of A Stupid Name

Really nice! Truly gives you an insight into those horrible, decisive (maybe even life changing) moments and how Snape was able to say the cursed word that broke his most treasured friendship. It was especially satisfying for me because I was never really satisfied with the idea of Severusī sudden use of the word Mudblood for Lily, no matter how much pressure he was under. Whew! Your narration took a big burden off my shoulders ;). And to have done it in verse, no less! What talent! Thanks, keep writing!

Reviewer: xxbabewithbrainsxx
Date: 08/09/10 5:59
Chapter: All Because Of A Stupid Name

That was really good for your first ever HP poem! It was well written and it told their story incredibly well.

~Soraya~

Author's Response: Thank you so much for another one of your lovely reviews, Soraya! It's much appreciated :)

--Emma

Reviewer: ginnygirl16
Date: 05/01/09 22:06
Chapter: All Because Of A Stupid Name

Great job! Lovely poem--it really captures Snape's emotions.

--ginnygirl16

Author's Response: Wow; thank you :D And thanks for all your help on the forums :)

Reviewer: Minerva67
Date: 05/01/09 16:28
Chapter: All Because Of A Stupid Name

Good poem! glad to see that you are trying a new genre. The challenge of poetry is to express your thoughts with an economy of words. It is harder to distill everything into a few perfect word choices than to ramble on for several pages of prose. I can't do that myself, but am dellighted tosee that you have succeeded.

Author's Response: Thanks for your review! I really wanted to try something different so it's great to see I succeeded :D

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