Summary: Just a short poem, about Lily... and Harry going to Hogwarts, from Snape's POV
Lily's Eyes has been nominated for the Best Poetry Quicksilver Quill award. Thanks so much for the nomination!
Summary: Over fifty people died the night of the Battle at Hogwarts. Fifties stories that came to The End. This is one End that was written.
Summary: Written for the Copycat Challenge of Poetry Anyone? - this poem's style and meter is directly copied from William Blake's masterpiece, And Did Those Feet in Ancient Time, which is far better known in the version put to music, an Anglican hymn called "Jerusalem."
This poem describes the joy that I feel when reading the Harry Potter books.
Summary: A poem about the moments where Lily Evans realized she was falling for James Potter against her better judgement.
Summary: A poem detailing the arc of Rita Skeeter and her mischief and mayhem.
Ginny Weasley sneaks through Hogwarts Castle, and attempts to steal the Sword of Gryffindor. This is what really happened.
Summary: Much has been made of the rift between Gryffindor and Slytherin and Slytherin's subsequent flight from Hogwarts, but history has all but forgotten the tragic end to that night.
For, when Slytherin left, his faithful lover followed...
Tied for Best Poetry in the 2011 Quicksilver Quill Awards (!!)
Summary: A poem about Ginny Weasley after the Battle of Hogwarts.
Summary: A poem about the tragic life of Merope Gaunt.
Summary: What might've happened if Harry hadn't triumphed over Voldemort?
Summary: A Short Poem about James Potter's Love for Lily Evans. (James Potter POV)
Summary: The Weasley house is always interesting. Enjoy a few select moments from Molly's day.
Summary: A lament for two lovers who died side by side in the most horrific war in wizarding history.
Summary: On 1 September 1998, Harry calls members of the wizard community together at Hogwarts. He speaks about the sacrifice they have all experienced in the fight against Voldemort, and the determination they must have to build a better future.
This was written for the PA? challenge for April 2011.
Summary: Hermione sits and thinks of the boy who left and why she did not follow.
Tied in first place for the 2011 Quicksilver Quill Award in Best Poetry.
Summary: A Slytherin King against a Gryffindor Queen, but is all is fair in love and war.
Summary: This is a "Potter Parody" of the musical masterpiece, "Bohemian Rhapsody" - originally written and performed by Queen. It tells the story of Severus Snape's life, love, and ultimately, his demise.
Hermione never left Harry's side...
...But that doesn't mean she never thought about it.
Summary: Before Remus leaves for the Battle, what goes on in his mind?Winner of the Copycat Challenge; written after the style of e e cumming's it may not always be so;and i say.
Summary: This was a war she'd had little part in. But her duty lay towards her husband and her adopted country.
How does Fleur Weasley feel when she's departing for battle?
This poem was written for The Copycat Challenge on the MNFF beta forums. The idea was to take inspiration from a favourite poem. I chose The Soldier by Rupert Brooke.
Disclaimer: I am not JK Rowling or Rupert Brooke (who died far too young in a foreign land).