Summary: Ginny reflects on life on her wedding day.
Summary: In Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, five men deal with remorse, yet in completely different ways. It affects the soul, mentality and even the body. This poem explores the way these five men cope with wrong actions and the guilt that follows it.
By the way, I'm not J K Rowling. I doubt you're surprised. All reviews receive a response!
Summary: A poem about all those couples whose love was never meant to be.
Summary: A poem that is set a year or so before Harry finds out that he is a wizard, written from his point of view.
Summary: He realises his brother was right.
Winner of Stage 2: Free Verse the Second Annual October Triathlon at Poetry Anyone. Nominated for a QSQ for Best Poetry.
Summary: At a social gathering, Ginny reflects on how each of Harry's romances (except for that with her) has failed.
Written for the September Challenge in Poetry Anyone?.
Summary: A short poem about Voldemort's demise.
Summary: This is a character study of Draco in poem form.
Imagine him coming to in the hospital wing after being attacked by Harry (HBP, Sectumsempra) and what's going through his mind.
Summary: A poem describing a Death Eater in court, right after his testimony, as his love watches on.
Summary: A set of haikus about Draco's life once he became a Death Eater.
Summary: In her sixth year, Ginny had to deal with many things. The Carrows' brain washing, her parents' cautions, the fears of the students she led...
This is my poetic representation of her thoughts throughout the year.
Summary: Though their journey getting there was rocky, some things came far more naturally to Ron and Hermione.
Summary: Five haikus for the Bloody Baron.
Summary: A poem about the despair of the people who opposed Voldemort in the seventh book.
Summary: A poem set during Sirius Black's time in Azkaban.
Summary: As Harry prepares to face Lord Voldemort, his parents anxiously watch from the other side.
Summary: After the war, Draco must be pretty depressed, I should think.
Summary: Who killed Ariana Dumbledore? This is about the pain, the guilt, the not knowing.
To most lycanthropes, it is a curse. To one, he relishes it and the power it gives him. Who is this one?
See Fenrir Greyback and his transformation from man to beast.
This tritina was written for the Department of Mysteries Challenge in the Poetry Anyone forum of the Beta Boards. By some miracle, it won first place. (love you, Jules)
This poem was also nominated for a 2011 Quicksilver Quill Award: Best Poem
Summary: A poem (nay, a tritina!) written about the last moments of Sirius Black's death.
Disclaimer: Although I may want to own Sirius Black (and often claim he's my husband), he does in fact belong to JK Rowling.