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The Poetry of Severus Snape
Reviewer: Raincloud (Signed)
03/13/2007 11:24 am
This is good. I really like the way you expressed Snape's thoughts in a poem. Is this as long as it's going to be? Are you going to write any sequel poems to this? I think you did a wonderful job.

Author's Response: Thank you so much Raincloud. This is as long as it's going to be, i like to convey a range of emotions in a short space. I may do sequel poems, but I wait to be inspired rather than try to format a poem. If you're interested in my writing style, please feel free to check out my other poem on this site, Sonnet for the Moon, or visit my website, www.freewebs.com/zetera/. Thanks!



The Poetry of Severus Snape
Reviewer: LoneStarVamp (Signed)
05/20/2006 04:04 pm

I lied this very short poem, as it suggests the inner demons Snape is always struggling with, regardless of whether the poem was written pre- or post-HBP.  I'd like to see more Snape poetry from you!

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Author's Response: Thanks, I'm glad you enjoyed it, and that you're looking into some of my other work too!



The Poetry of Severus Snape
Reviewer: destin4fl (Anonymous)
05/04/2006 03:04 pm
interesting....  what makes you feel different about this piece since book six? inquiring minds would like to know.  good job.

Author's Response:

Hi thanks so much for reading and reviewing - I'm glad you liked it! Well, I used to be fairly partial towards Snape; feeling he was this misunderstood figure. I suppose I romanticised him, which is fairly evident from the poem. However, since the events of HBP (which I'm sure you've read) I've really turned against him - and I don't feel so sorry for him anymore.

I did hold on to the vain hope that perhaps this was all some clever plan - but old interviews with Rowling suggest otherwise, as she warned fans not to like Snape too much.

Then again - maybe I was write at the beginning and he will redeem himself! We live in hope, eh? 

Hope you're not bored with my overly-long response! I could type for hours about the Potter universe. 



Author's Response:

Hi thanks so much for reading and reviewing - I'm glad you liked it! Well, I used to be fairly partial towards Snape; feeling he was this misunderstood figure. I suppose I romanticised him, which is fairly evident from the poem. However, since the events of HBP (which I'm sure you've read) I've really turned against him - and I don't feel so sorry for him anymore.

I did hold on to the vain hope that perhaps this was all some clever plan - but old interviews with Rowling suggest otherwise, as she warned fans not to like Snape too much.

Then again - maybe I was right at the beginning and he will redeem himself! We live in hope, eh? 

Hope you're not bored with my overly-long response! I could type for hours about the Potter universe. 



Author's Response:

Author's Response: Hahaha - I went back to correct an atrocious spelling error - and now you've ended up with two respnses. Sorry!



The Poetry of Severus Snape
Reviewer: LunaMoon224 (Signed)
05/02/2006 05:26 pm
Ooh, I liked how you did this. It fits Snape nicely. I always tend to enjoy reading HP poems, glad to see I found another good one!

Author's Response: Thank you, I always imagined the piece in Snape's spidery, cramped scrawl. I'm glad you found this!



The Poetry of Severus Snape
Reviewer: Lionz_4_the_Cup (Signed)
05/02/2006 04:47 pm
That was a really really good poem. great job.


Author's Response: Thanks - glad you liked it!



The Poetry of Severus Snape
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