Reviews For Blind Weakness
Reviewer: Oregonian
Date: 03/24/14 0:47
Chapter: Blind Weakness

I like this poem very much, Nagini. It is full of good lines. After reading it over several times, I realized that it has a similar theme to my poem Narcissa In The Forest, but expressed in more figurative language. I like the use of the word "greed" in the first line; I had not thought of it before, but greed is something that would have motivated Voldemort's followers; they were expecting to get something valuable (riches, status, power) when they first allied with him. Nice job.

Author's Response: Aw, thank you! :) I drew my inspiration from the inspiration station, actually, in the PA, and the prompt that grabbed me was "the blind leading the blind." I immediately thought of Voldemort and his followers, because he was certainly blind to the real values in life, and so were his followers. :)

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