Margaret Alice

Rookie - 3 Points (The Crystal Age / Pretoria - South Africa)

Voldemort and Death Eaters Appearing Everywhere


Stuck again, can’t continue Harry Potter
Seven, it’s too much for my nerves; I’ve
lost all security with Voldemort and Death
Eaters appearing everywhere - every scene
brings something nasty – if the Death Eaters
aren’t blowing Harry and Hagrid to pieces;
Rita Skeeter’s attacking Dumbledore’s legacy;
then again Death Eaters descend on the
Weasley wedding; when Harry, Ron and
Hermione flee to Tottenham Court Road,
Death Eaters appear in the café – ‘tis too
much; I cannot bear so much fear; I’ll
have to prepare mentally before reading
these harrowing scenes; Harry’s fear is
palpable, his stomach burning - Voldemort
even appears in Harry’s head; I’m feeling
nauseous – so much for my theory of
a benevolent universe!

Submitted: Saturday, August 04, 2007
Edited: Saturday, March 26, 2011

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Comments about this poem (Voldemort and Death Eaters Appearing Everywhere by Margaret Alice )

  • Rookie Anna Russell (8/4/2007 9:22:00 AM)

    Oh, I can relate! I did see it through to the end though, and i promise you it's worth it!
    Hugs
    Anna xxx (Report) Reply

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