Summary: Sometimes a change of heart can lead to the best of things.
Summary: A poem about Bellatrix, following her from when Voldemort first rose to power and ending during the battle of Hogwarts.
Summary: A short poem written for the brother left behind.
Dumbledore's Army taught Neville Longbottom how to fight. But soon he would learn what it truly meant to take a stand, to fight back.
This poem was nominated for a 2011 Quicksilver Quill Award: Best Poem
Summary: A poem chronicling the famous Battle of Hogwarts.Many thanks to Jezza and Cazza for their suggestions. This poem placed third in the Battle Challenge at Poetry Anyone?
Summary: Not everyone recovers from the Battle.
A poem about loss and the tragedy for those left alive.
Disclaimer: I am not JK Rowling. I doubt I would have had the courage to kill so many.
Nominated for a 2011 QSQ for Best Poetry, Thank you
Summary: What happens when Scorpius Malfoy takes on Lily Potter in the air?
Based on my fic 'High', this sonnet was originally written for The Diamond Challenge in Poetry, Anyone? over at the MNFF beta boards.
Summary: A poem about a little girl's wish to take part in Magic after her happenings along to the resting spot of a beloved snowy owl.
Summary: As he watches Bellatrix grow closer to the Dark Lord, Rodolphus Lestrange wishes that he could simply have her back as his own.
Originally submitted as part 2 of the October Triathalon in Poetry Anyone?.
Summary: Sometimes leaving someone is the only thing you can do ...
Disclaimer: The only thing I have in common with JK Rowling, is that neither of us can drive.
Peter isn't lying. He has fatnesia.
Summary: A poem of a bride's thoughts on her wedding day- I'll let you guess who it is!
Summary: Three brides rise with the sun on their special day, all with different perspectives and feelings about their big day
Severus Snape is Professor Horrible, inspired by Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog.
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!