Reviews For The Weaver
Reviewer: Nagini Riddle
Date: 07/19/12 5:15
Chapter: The Weaver

Oh I laughed alright!
Nice tale! :) They should tell it to little children like Ron Weasley. :)

Author's Response: Thank youuuuu! But I'm not sure about telling this one to little kids - it's supposed to be a bit bawdy, lol. Thanks for all the reviews! ~Gina :)

Reviewer: the opaleye
Date: 02/15/12 1:35
Chapter: The Weaver

Gina, this is amazing! I love the rhyme scheme you used and the actual premise is wonderful, too. I love the idea of her needlework coming to life... but not really having any life at all. Guh.

What a gem!

Author's Response: Thanks so much, Julia! I'm glad you liked it. I think I wrote this about the same time I wrote another poem with the same rhyme scheme, Sure on This Shining Night. I think. It was a while ago, lol! Thanks so much for reading it. Not sure how much of a gem it is but it was fun and I'm glad I finally shared it here! ~Gina :)

Reviewer: Equinox Chick
Date: 02/14/12 11:57
Chapter: The Weaver

HAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHA - yes, those lacking bells would be a problem.

Gina, this is lovely. I really like the rhyme scheme and how well this flows. It's such a good idea as well, and tells a proper story. It feels very Beedle the Bardish.

Why haven't you joined PA? You're such a good poet. ~Carole~

Author's Response: Thanks, Carole! Glad you liked it. Doubly glad you had a laugh! I'm not in PA because I wrote this ages ago - I can't command poetry on a prompt like I can just about anything else. :P But it's fun. :) Ooh, thanks for the compliment about Beedle the Bard, and thanks for the first review!! ~Gina :)

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