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Review:peppersweet says:
There was something like a proud apology about him that Astoria could only understand too well. - ;~; I love this

excuse me while I quote portions of your own fic back at you:
Astoria said, and even when her words left her body to mingle with what was around her--air, vacuum, blank space--she realized something that had not been so clear to her before; it made what Draco had said earlier make sense somehow, a fleeting feeling, a heartbeatís length, that said we carry with us what we want to leave.

heh, I love how astoria's idea of a harmless page is bones and a dissected human heart. I know that feel, bro. hazard of being an artist. there isn't much that goes in a sketchbook that's harmless.

oooh I like that physical description of draco, you know, with the silver and gold hair. it's just...okay forgive me for trying to make a pretentious ex-lit student point here, but it's like...platinum is supposed to be the richest and most expensive of metals and somehow I always think it has connotations of modernity and progress and such, whereas gold and silver seem a little more archaic and earthly and - where the hell am I going with this? I just like how you described his hair, that's all (and, wow...that sounded sad. heee.)

omg those last two paragraphs. straight to the heart. just. I can't.

sorry this was another incoherent review but...asdfghj. those are my feelings. asdfghrsd keyboardsmashes.

I love this to bits ♥

Author's Response: yeahhh. i take credit for her cray, as i said before. there's something REALLY quite comforting to me about the predictability and strange beauty of the inside of the human body. you get me, though, i know.

no i totally think along the same lines. i can't say i did it on purpose but my goal is to make astoria's inventory of draco the glorified version of a real, living, breathing hurting wishing wanting needing /person/, and i think that's what the simple elements do for draco, his hair in particular. ahem. also i think wizards really value those metals over other more modern ones, because they're so old and tradition-y. i also wanted to show how astoria isn't removed from ideas that wealth=beauty. even when draco's poor she makes him better than that by giving him valuable hair. none of that makes sense but i trust you to make the most of that information that anyone could.

WOW i have written a successful drastoria omg. i count these reviews as my seals of approval jsyk, queen of all things drastoria.

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