Reviews For Love
Reviewer: BrokenPromise
Date: 03/24/12 22:49
Chapter: Love

I thought that this poem was not particulary brilliant or anything, but not bad, especially for a first time. I loved some of the imagery, especially the wasp, but was not quite sure about the freight train, and I definitely thought that 'dear' Bellatrix was a tiny bit OOC for the Dark Lord. It was, however, a good effort, as poetry can be very tricky at times!

Author's Response: The 'dear' Bellatrix was supposed to be the Dark Lord's attempt at sarcasm, but he has no sense of humor. Thank you for reviewing! -Lost_Robin

Reviewer: thenewandawsome
Date: 01/25/11 12:50
Chapter: Love

Kinda lame but good 4 a first try.

Reviewer: MagicMandy
Date: 01/24/11 16:35
Chapter: Love

Interesting to hear voldy's perspective on love. It almost sounds like he wants to know, but is afraid. It makes me feel slightly sympathetic. That made it unusual, but enjoyable.
Yay, I got the first review!

Author's Response: Thank you for the compliment. Hopefully you will read my other fan ficts when I put them up.

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