Summary: There are stories everywhere. Some reveal themselves to their characters, but most do not.
One story goes like this: Once upon a time, there were two children, a boy and a girl, who were best friends. The boy had grown up in the cold, and he fell in love with the girl’s bright warmth; he cared more about her than anything in the world. Yet fate rejected them, and one day, without meaning to, the boy shattered their friendship forever. He tried to apologize, but it was too late. He had been swallowed back into bitter iciness, while the girl remained in the light of the sun.
Yet the girl does not know all this. She only knows of the turning point in the story, the hurt the boy has caused her, the reason she would not forgive him.
These are Lily’s words to Severus at the turning point in their story.
(It is also, for no apparent reason, a parody of Shakespeare sonnet.)
Summary: A calming draught overtakes the senses... This is a little present for opti, who challenged me to write about the effects brought on by this potion.
Summary: A wizard looks to the Hogsmeade lights during the holidays.
Written for the Carol Challenge. It took third place! :)
Summary: Thanks, Mum.
A look into the mind of a woman with no identity, no memory, and only the barest ability to feel. Nominated for a 2013 QSQ.
A selection of (possible) songs from Celestina Warbeck's hit album 'You Stole My Cauldron, But You Can't Have My Heart'. Take with a healthy pinch of salt! *Contains references to insinuated sexual situations* UK English.
Summary: Harry and Draco are spending their first Christmas together and Draco has no idea what to get his lover. He ends up going a little overboard.
Summary: Two young lovers find themselves alone during the holidays...
Summary: Katie Bell's holidays are anything but happy.
Summary: Minerva sits among the rain, wondering about what could have been.
Summary: Severus' love for Lily drives him to try to save her, but will his efforts really help?
Summary: Luna broods over the death of her mother, remembering the times they spent by the lemon tree.
Summary: Harry's pain and Lily's sacrifice
Summary: Merope has been left to struggle in the streets, and she lets herself succumb to the vile darkness.
Thank you, hestiajones, for all your inspirations!
Summary: Merope looks to the clouds and sees how they torment her. Written for the Inspiration Station, courtesy of Carole.
Summary: On the night the Dark Lord seeks to kill the Potters, he ends up having to push past some anguish at hearing the baby's cry. But he leads himself to his own ruin...
Written for the October Triathlon: Part 2.
Summary: A certain reverence is needed when witnessing the Dark Lord.
Written for the October Triathlon: Part 1.
Slide on in and kick off your shoes. Celestina’s Songbook is back! Here are the hits of the summer season, brought to you by the authors of MNFF.
Summary: Why is it that she, his one love, will not hear him as he wallows in misery?
Title is borrowed from the song, "Hear Me," by Kelly Clarkson.
Summary: Sirius's sorting.
Summary: The inequalities of the wizarding world run high among the werewolves, causing them to be shunned from society.
This was written for the Off With Your Head challenge in the Poetry Anyone? forum.