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
Summary: The Snitch is open; the Ring is out.A poem written for the Anniversary Challenge at Poetry Anyone? in the beta forums.
Summary: Rap along with Regulus Black in his final hours as he tells the Dark Lord how it is - to the tune of Cleaning Out My Closet by Eminem.
Summary: A Pedlar of Potions is the most welcome of salesmen as Valentine's Day approaches.
Disclaimer: I am not JK Rowling.
Thank you to Julia for running wonderful challenges in Poetry Anyone over at the MNFF beta boards.
Summary: A short poem about a love that did not ring true.
Summary: George is trying to recover from Fred's death, he really is. But everyone can see he's not doing well, and George begins to wonder if he will ever stop grieving.
A poem from George's perspective.
Summary: Albus Severus Potter is not like his father. He can't defeat unimaginable evils. No matter how hard he struggled, he couldn't overcome the evil surrounding him.
Mr. Potter, your son was possessed.
Summary: Advice to a child: keep away from werewolves.
Summary: A young girl muses on the difference between her Muggle grandmother's charms and her wizarding uncle's.
Summary: Huddled in a cellar, fugitive Muggle-borns wait as Death comes closer...
Nominated for Best Poem in the 2012 Quicksilver Quills Awards
Two minds or one? It is hard to tell where one ends and the other begins.
Summary: Death. It is completely inevitable; we will all irrevocably meet our end, someday. Of course, there are those of us who wish to deny it. But they will be proven wrong, one day.
A poem about Voldemort, and the fear he must face, as we all do.
Summary: The boy who lived is dead. Voldemort has won. There is no hope for the Wizarding World. Everything is lost; all those who fought died for nothing. People are crying. People are screaming.
But what is going through the minds of Harry's friends as they see his body?