|Reviews for Quoth Our Raven|
| Batard Anonyme chapter 4 . 7/26/2010
I am quite impressed with your poetic capabilities. Truly your poetic skill is giving me difficulty as every word I now write I hear in my head in stanza form. Thank you for writing this as it was most enjoyable.
| bibliophileemily chapter 4 . 5/8/2010
This poem is epic. No, really; good fiction for Teen Titans is hard enough to find, but to find a poem based on "The Raven" that actually uses rhyming verse? Brilliance.
I thought a few of the word choices were a little odd, but it's hard to get rhyming words, so still, excellent job!
| OriensRex chapter 4 . 1/8/2010
omg! that is totally awesome!
| sraes chapter 4 . 12/22/2009
Amazing; plain and simple.
-bows down before you-
Something like this would never have occurred to me - matching my favorite pairing with one of my favorite poems? Brilliant - as I'm not really poetically inclined, but I'm glad that you did this and even more delighted that I took the time to read it.
| krysty508 chapter 4 . 11/25/2009
Okay, so I have to say... THIS IS FREAKIN' AWSOME! I mean I'm a huge fan of Poe and I usually get upset when people incorperate his work in to their stories/fanficion, but since you had a totally unique story and merely used the Raven as a structure for the poem, it's awsome! I love the ending with Cyborg running away, and the 'true love's first kiss?' Not terribly clever but perfectly fitting.
| Luminide chapter 1 . 8/30/2009
BEST FIC EVER.
The first bit had me giggling like crazy. xD Thanks so much for sharing this.
| Toriano.Flacko chapter 1 . 2/5/2009
How'd you do it?Although I doubt they'd actually say even half of those words in that context, HOW?
More to come? Great!
| BeautifulxButterflies chapter 1 . 11/18/2008
Lol freaking histerical dude!
| writergirl712 chapter 4 . 10/11/2008
A lovely piece of work, I have to say. Not only did you put one of my favorite pairings into a poem, but the poem was based off of Edgar Allen Poe's "Nevermore". AND you did it beautifully. Nice job.
| Don46 chapter 4 . 8/31/2008
This in an amazingly well written poem in EAP's style of "The Raven." Coincidentally, the other day, I got done memorizing the whole poem: "The Raven." Odd, no? What I liked most about this poem of yours is how you made certain stanzas similar to those in the actual poem. That was interesting to read and caught me off guard (in a good way, of course).
There is not one thing that I did not like, something I would have like to have seen, or even something for you to improve on! This has got to be one of the most perfect poems/fics I've read in...ever! This is a perfectly written story. You are one of the few best TT writers I've ever seen; believe me, it's a short list. And personally, this poem gave you first place on who I think is awesome.
Thank you so much for sharing your talent with us, mortals.
| sunnyflower1001 chapter 4 . 8/28/2008
i loved this version of "the raven" it was really good. and considering that it was int he same format and it didn't suck makes it even better. this has to definately be one of my favorites fanfics.
| The Magician Joseph chapter 4 . 8/27/2008
fantastic narrative poem! It is well done with the utmost finesse and skill. Bravo!
| Catalog Cats chapter 4 . 8/27/2008
Hey, this reminds me of a song I learned in a class once! If I remember correctly (this was many years ago), the name of the song was something like "Oh No John". Out of curiosity, do you know that song? Or were you inspired by something else?
| theauxcord chapter 1 . 8/27/2008
Wow you are so creative. Every word is perfect and unique. Your writing is spectacular. Cyborg must be feeling a little awkward!
I just finished reading the whole thing. I hope you update it because these are the types of fics that are actaully worthy of being here and you deserve so much more reviews. Congrats!
| titanfan45 chapter 4 . 8/27/2008
I hated to see this end! Very enjoyable and very well written. You should be very proud of this one.