Summary: A short poem about the first task.
Summary: A love song for Lily from an unusually poetic James Potter.
This poem has been written for the Queen of James/Lily romance, Gina (gmariam) for her birthday.
Disclaimer: JKR, Moi? No, no, a thousand times, no.
Summary: Lily Evans is different things to different people.
This poem was originally written for The Sharp Challenge in PA. Thank you Julia, for bringing such inspiration.
Disclaimer: Tis not I who be JK Rowling.
Summary: What is Gellert Grindelwald. A young man with so many sides.
This poem was written for The Sharp Challenge in Poetry, Anyone? Thank you Julia, for running such fab challenges and being an inspiration.
Disclaimer: JKR? Me? Noooooooooo.
Summary: On May 4th, 2012, Petunia Dursley found herself hanging.This is a prose-poem written for the Who Arted? challenge at Poetry Anyone (?). It is based on a sketch done by welshdevondragon/Alex.
Summary: For the Death Eaters.Written for Random Song Title Challenge at Poetry Anyone (?). This poem shares the title of The Hush Sound song, and only the title.
Summary: Immortality comes with a quiet price.Written for Random Song Title Challenge at Poetry Anyone (?). This poem shares the title of the Helios song, and only the title.
Summary: All Petunia ever wanted (even if she never admitted it to anyone, including herself), was just to see. Is that really too much to ask?
Summary: Sirius's last thoughts as he falls through the veil.
Summary: Ginny thinks of Harry and wonders if he will ever return from his mysterious mission.
Summary: There's a time when friends bid their fairwells and another when they must re-unite to keep the world in balance.
Summary: Colin Creevey - the small, irritating, but incredibly brave boy died, under age, at the Battle. This is why he heeded that call.
This poem was written for the Negotiating with the Dead Challenge in Poetry, Anyone? over at the Mugglenet Beta Boards. Thank you, Julia, (the opaleye) for being such an inspiration and always challenging me.
I'm not JK Rowling. I wouldn;t have killed Remus, Tonks or Sirius for one thing.
Summary: One day, a dying man collapses in the woods, only to find a true friend...
Summary: Hermione watches Ron as they stand before the preacher, and thinks.
Summary: The suffering of an Unforgivable Curse.
Summary: As Severus Snape lies dying, he stares into the eyes of the woman he's loved all his life.
Summary: A silly wee ode to poor dead Fred.
Summary: A look at the sacrifices Lily and Harry made
Nominated for Best Poetry for the 2012 Quicksilver Awards!
Summary: Lord Voldemort reflects on death.
This poem was written for Th Random Song Challenge set by the fabulous Julia who remains an inspiration.
Disclaimer: I am not JK Rowling and have nothing to do with Wolf Parade.
Summary: The Grey Lady reflects.
Nominated for Best Poem in the 2012 Quicksilver Quill Awards