Review Navigation: Previous Prologue: A Remembrance 1: An Arrival and a Departure 2: Awakenings 3: And Then There Was One 4: Messages 5: Air, Earth, Fire, and Water 6: Sunset 7: What Dreams May Come/The Castle Walls 8: Tell It To the Marines 9:Owls and O.W.L.s 10: A Departure and an Arrival Next Show All Showing 1 to 7 of 7 kathrine_21 Saturday 5th September 2009 13:48 1st year Num. of Reviews: 39 Prologue: A Remembrance Having read the other reviews I readily concur with the agreement about the poem. It was absolutely beautiful, I am sorry you needed to feel the pain to write it, but thank you for sharing it with us.
A short, but very poignant start to another great story I'm sure.
Sue ImmortalPhoenix Saturday 19th August 2006 22:46 4th year Num. of Reviews: 173 Prologue: A Remembrance ...good chapter... rather short but not much else you could have added.
Kortnee Gridley Friday 20th July 2007 08:04 Prologue: A Remembrance (Author Response) Thanks. I spent a while trying to make every chapter hit a self-imposed 2,000 word minimum, but realized that wasn't a way to move the plot along. Wooster Saturday 8th July 2006 17:27 Hogwarts alumni Num. of Reviews: 525 Prologue: A Remembrance The poem was beautiful and the description sad...but perfect. Very good chapter. Gridley Monday 17th July 2006 05:36 Prologue: A Remembrance (Author Response) I've been told I write my best poetry when I'm depressed. I hope I'm never that depressed again. jeanne Saturday 15th October 2005 17:47 Hogwarts alumni Num. of Reviews: 508 Prologue: A Remembrance The poem was beautiful and very meaningful. Gridley Tuesday 18th October 2005 05:33 Prologue: A Remembrance (Author Response) I seem to write good poetry when I'm depressed. Some have suggested I go starve in a garret for a year or so and write a book. So far, it hasn't seemed like a good idea. amamama Thursday 22nd September 2005 08:00 Hogwarts alumni Num. of Reviews: 440 Prologue: A Remembrance *sniff* Goodness, I hate funerals. Real or fiction, I turn
into a human fountain. And your poem was really touching. I
am sorry you've had the experience that made you write it, but it
worked wonderfully here. Thank you.
Gridley Friday 23rd September 2005 06:12 Prologue: A Remembrance (Author Response) Our experiances, good and bad, are what shape us. If I hadn't had that experiance my life would be very different, and not necessarily better. bobejaan Thursday 24th February 2005 13:50 1st year Num. of Reviews: 2 Prologue: A Remembrance
That is the most beautiful poem that I have ever read. All my friends think that I am emotionless.....after reading that poem I had tears in my eyes.... thankyou
Gridley Friday 4th March 2005 01:47 Prologue: A Remembrance (Author Response) Its been said that I write very good poetry... when I'm depressed. Personally, I don't think the price is worth the product, but it does have its advantages. Kelleypen Thursday 18th November 2004 23:33 Hogwarts alumni Num. of Reviews: 416 Prologue: A Remembrance nice poem, sad and sweet without becoming drivel. Gridley Friday 19th November 2004 03:49 Prologue: A Remembrance (Author Response)
I'm told I write good poetry when I'm depressed, and I certainly was when I wrote that.
I will be the first to state that my non-depressed poetry is not good.
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