During the second war, many must leave their homes and run for their lives. What must they feel, forced to hide from a government that hates their very existence?Nominated for Best Poem in the 2011 Quicksilver Quill Awards.
Summary: A description of the moments when Voldemort was finally killed.
Summary: Not all marriages are idyllic - not even for a hero. And however much we want someone to have a happy ending, love sometimes has a way of upsetting the equilibrium.
Disclaimer: I am not JK Rowling. To my knowledge all her heroes had the happy-ever-afters they deserved.
Summary: A poem about the deaths of the Potters.
Summary: A poem for everyone's least favorite Defence Against the Dark Arts teacher - Dolores J. Umbridge; better known as the toad in pink.
Summary: This is a poem I wrote about Draco's years at Hogwarts. The poem starts off more light-hearted, as do the books, and as the plot thickens and the books get more serious, I tried to make the poem mirror that as well. Reviews are encouraged!
Summary: A tribute to Dobby, a free elf
Summary: He loves his wife, but that other girl will never leave his heart.Written as a birthday present for the vivacious coolcatelly/Elene. This poem was inspired by Equinox Chick's Shrouds. If you haven't read it yet, and if you ARE a Dramione fan, then shame on you! I mean, hey, it nearly converted me. DISCLAIMER: J.K.Rowling is not me. HA!
Summary: There are some memories of Hermione Granger's which she couldn't regret more. Modifying her parents' memories is one of them.
This was written for the Poetry Anyone Magic In Music Challenge. Thanks to Julia (the opaleye) for setting such a nice challenge; I had a lot of fun writing this!
Nominated for Best Poem in the 2011 Quicksilver Quill Awards
Summary: After being shamed for his role in the war, Draco Malfoy doesn't see anything but prison on the horizon. However, when help arrives in the form of a longtime enemy, he can't help but be a little lost about how he's supposed to feel about it.
Summary: He is haunted by the thoughts of green.Written for the Apples and Oranges challenge at Poetry Anyone.
Summary: An elderly woman observing young Severus Snape.
Summary: Tom did love once; it just wasn't meant to last.This poem placed third in the February Apples and Oranges Challenge at Poetry Anyone. Features Tom Riddle/A Woman You All Know. DISCLAIMER: I am not J.K.Rowling. She wouldn't write this silliness.
Summary: A Remembrance poem Is about the war against the Dark Lord and how we should remember all the lives that were lost whether they were good or evil.
Disclaimer: I'm not JK Rowling. I doubt anyone is surprised by that.
Summary: A poem about the one thing Voldemort was missing.
Summary: A poem about Draco Malfoy and his steady downward path to Death Eater-dom.
Caught on the slide, he can't help remembering the words of Professor Dumbledore.
Disclaimer: I am not JK Rowling, Dylan Thomas or Sylvia Plath. But I'd like their talent.
I'd also like Julia's (theopaleye) talent with words. She is a poet extraordinaire who always sets us incredibly tough challenges on the boards for Poetry, Anyone?
Summary: For and about all the Harry Potter characters who made choices, for good or ill, according to what they thought, rather than what was expected from them because of their house, blood status, etc.
Summary: There's always someone who you're always going to make excuses for, isn't there?
A HP poem.
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Summary: A poem for Harry/Hermione.Thanks to Jess for encouraging me to publish this. I wrote this, not J.K.Rowling; she doesn't ship Harmony. :P