Reviews For Moonlight
Reviewer: crbluvsravenclaw
Date: 12/05/12 18:19
Chapter: Moonlight

I read the summary and immediately knew that this would be about Remus as a werewolf under the full moon. And I love "the silver queen!" Brilliant. My favorite poem by far! :D

This reminds me of my story "The Loannes Potion." I'm currently posting that on here, but it's getting beta-read.

Anyways, off topic.
~Cris

Author's Response: Aw! Thank you! I hope you read some of my new poems, because I personally like With Silent Wounds. But that's just me... Keep up your story!

Reviewer: alex13
Date: 10/31/12 12:08
Chapter: Moonlight

Awesome poem!! :) I did guess Remus and I'm guessing the bit about 'friends and mutual enemies and the wild tree' as about the Marauders ? Great poem! :)

Author's Response: *chuckles* Thank you, alex13. The part about friends/mutual enemies can be about the Marauders, but I also saw it as the relationship between the tree and Remus. The tree is destructive and also a reminder of his being caged up, but at the same time, the tree is able to save Remus from becoming a true monster and hurting someone. Thanks again for your review!

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