Summary: Fleur Delacour is but a trinket; but can't she be something more?
My entry for the Sharp Challenge at Poetry Anyone over in the forums
Summary: A free-versed poem dedicated to the Final Battle that took place within Hogwarts.
Summary: This is a poem I wrote originally to describe my experience at Universal's Wizarding World of Harry Potter theme park in Orlando, Florida during Infinitus 2010. Through my creative writing course in college (for my English major), I received some comments about it and made the poem towards my experience of the series & the fandom. As soon as I registered for Alohomora, I noticed there was a section for submissions and my first thought was to share this poem.
Cedric Diggory is far from perfect.
This poem received third place in The Sharp Challenge over on the Mugglenet Fanfiction Beta Boards.
Nominated for a 2012 Quicksilver Quill Award.
Summary: 'I'm going to miss you, Mr Ollivander,' said Luna, approaching the old man.'And I you, my dear,' said Ollivander, patting her on the shoulder. 'You were an inexpressible comfort to me in that terrible place.'*
Summary: When one love dies, another begins. But he never expected to fall like this.
Summary: Summer. Sunshine. A hero. And gone. And she cries the rain. Nominated for the 2012 QSQ Awards.
Who is Petunia Dursley?
This was my favourite of the entries that I submitted to The Sharp Challenge in Poetry, Anyone? on the beta boards.
Nominated for a 2012 Quicksilver Quill.
Summary: Some people's lives are always ordered, but some people's lives are always askew.
A poem about a Potterverse character written for the Sharp Challenge.
Summary: After the last spell flashes and the day is won, hope can be found in the subtlest ticking of the clock, the softest note, the tiniest slant of light.
Thus ended the Battle of Hogwarts and began for those left to carry on.
This poem has been nominated for a 2012 Quicksilver Quill Award: Best Poetry.
Summary: Remus Lupin as rendered in terms of a meagre lunar chart.Written for The Sharp Challenge at Poetry Anyone (?).
Summary: That night, he came to end her trial.Disclaimer: I am not J.K.Rowling.
As Ron arrived at Shell Cottage, he soon came to realise that the things that drove him away were not nearly as important as that which made him want to go back.
Summary: A loose sonnet about two people coming together at Hogwarts one night.
And no, they are not James Potter and Lily Evans. Shocking, I know.
Written for Carole/EquinoxChick because she's so awe…inspiring. Happy Birthday, my dear!
Summary: In dark times, what makes Harry carry on when things seem inevitable? A poem from Harry‘s POV.
Summary: Three brothers sought to escape death. But Death did come. One way or another, Death always comes.
Summary: She supposes they were an anti climax.
Summary: Buried beneath the floors of the Ministry lies the Department of Mysteries, engaged in its 'unspeakable' activities.
One man discovers the truth of this descriptor, to his horror.
This poem was inspired by the song 'Severus and Lily' from the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II soundtrack.
Nominated for Best Poem in the 2012 Quicksilver Quill Awards