Reviews for love me (without parentheses)
LemoneTrees chapter 1 . 4/14/2015
This is beautiful. Thank you. Everything is so so perfect
Fire The Canon chapter 1 . 7/24/2013
This is my response review to your review on Stand Up, Look at Me, Count to Three.

Gah, Drinny. I like Drinny. Pam made me like Drinny. And I loved that you associated them with Romeo and Juliet (plot bunny alert), and I thought it was beautiful.

The grammar Nazi in me didn't really like the lack of capital letters, but I'll get over that. I think you described them perfectly :)

Well done.
tequilya chapter 1 . 7/9/2013
I love this far too much. Amazing.
apastron chapter 1 . 6/19/2013
wonderful as always.
LoveIsAWitch chapter 1 . 6/19/2013
The only thing wrong with this is how short it is! I lovef it though. Well done!
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ProfessorSquirrell chapter 1 . 6/6/2013
first i must tell you that i am basking in the lack of capitalization. ;)

and the drinny perfection. how do you write things? just ajsdlfkjsaldkfjds f ily ily ily ily.

this juliet is a warrior and this romeo is a coward... yessss that's just so /them/. especially draco as a coward because ginny is one of the few people who would ever call him that, i think which is why they are perfect. because they says all the things the other doesn't want to hear.

[every tiny full stop, this romeo – draco, draco, draco – leaves too much ink, so that it dribbles and blurs and juliet – ginny, ginny, ginny – thinks maybe he's trying to say that it's not over yet.] AND NOW MY REVIEW WILL BE IN /ALL CAPS/ BECAUSE OMG.

AND THIS [he finds her in the astronomy tower once. she is counting the stars with her eyes closed, imagining constellations on the backs of her eyelids, and he kisses the slip of her lips with enough starshine to blind them both and, merlin, he hopes she'll forget him, he really does.] ARE YOU KIDDING ME RIGHT NOW?

Cheeky Slytherin Lass chapter 1 . 6/6/2013
Paula! As always, this was pure gorgeous. And it makes me ship them harder (let Kelly rejoice).

I love the artistic style here. The total disregard for capital letters gave it an added beauty and it just lent it that something extra.

[(don't ever let me forget the way
your lips tasted like freedom.)] Hands down, favorite line. Just because.
teddylupin-snape chapter 1 . 6/6/2013
I really love this, Pauls! The all-lowercase was a nice touch, I liked it. And the Romeo and Juliet part was perfection. I would add a quote or two that I really love, but I'd probably end up quoting the entire thing... I loved how you tied in their romeo&juliet-esque relationship with their own situation, the Paris with green eyes, that kind of thing. The letters and her in the tower and him in the dungeons.. I just loved it :D
bravenclawesome chapter 1 . 6/6/2013
"the damsel that's never, ever in distress." I couldn't have found a more accurate description of Ginny; this was just great. I wish you hadn't made everything in small letters reminiscent of e.e. cummings, because though it may look different and fancy or something it just doesn't make the story flow as well. I would have liked it better if you had just put the stuff in parentheses all in small letters, but not the rest of it, please.
This didn't seem much like freeverse to me, but it was very poetic, I'll say. This is a highly original idea and I really look forward to more about the two of them from you because this was quite brilliant. I love how they communicate like this through secret messages, it just makes it all the more romantic and illicit.
I hope you read my Ginny/Draco story - it's more funny than angsty and dramatic like this one, but check it out all the same :)
mirtw chapter 1 . 6/6/2013
God, this was just.. woah. The thing I love the most is that, even though you use some of the cliches the couple falls in most of the time in fanfics, there are some bits pressed in this structure that are just so original and raw, like ''and their paris is always going to come back with his emerald eyes and his hero's smile and juliet isn't going wait around for romeo to remember what bravery is'' or the part where it says ''this romeo is a coward, she knows, a coward who calls her too many names and not enough times in the middle of the night, though he sometimes sends secret letters ''. It's just so pretty.

Keep up the good work! xxx