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Fanon Review: Two Lovers by Fruipit

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This review was conducted by the Fanon Review Squad and reflects our best judgment of writing and fanon authorship quality. Please don't take offense if the review wasn't positive. We always give advice!

Hey there, Mageddon725 here, reviewing Two Lovers by Fruipit on behalf of the Fanon Review Squad.

Today’s review will be a tad different, fellow Avatar Wikians! Fruipit’s fanon piece, Two Lovers, is a poem, so I will be grading (or not so much, depending on how you look at it) differently because of that. Now, I am by no means an expert in the field of poetry (much as my AP Lit teacher tried to make me one), so I will not be bothering with any such rhyme, meter, rhythm, etc.

Instead, I will say that Two Lovers is a short, but beautiful, poem detailing Sokka’s love life. It begins with Yue and hauntingly describes her death, but quickly moves on to his and Suki’s relationship. Perhaps the most striking part of this poem is the idea that Yue actually gives her blessing to Sokka and Suki’s marriage.

So, with story told so poignantly, with few words, I can do nothing except recommend that you check Two Lovers out for yourself. There was nothing in this poem that I found to detract from it, honestly, so without further ado…

Verdict (Since I feel like some sort of number must be attached…curse my inability to do otherwise): 10.0/10.0

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