Summary: A fun little poem about the day Fred and George "graduated" from Hogwarts. Inspired by "Sing a Song of Sixpence".
Summary: A ballad written for Severus Snape's birthday.
Summary: A free-verse poem depicting the final battle of the Last Battle.
Summary: This is a "Potter Parody" of the musical masterpiece, "Eleanor Rigby" - originally written by Paul McCartney and performed by the Beatles. It takes you on a musical journey from the opening chapters of Philosopher's Stone to the Epilogue in Deathly Hallows.
To the tune of O Little Town of Bethlehem, join the Marauders on one of their monthly nights on the town.
This Song Poem won the Poetry Anyone Carol Challenge on the Beta Boards. Yay!
Join the crowd for some wintery fun with a Quidditch-ized version of the Christmas classic song, 'Sleigh Ride'.
Merry Christmas to everyone at MuggleNet Fan Fiction!
Summary: At the Yule ball in 1994, Harry watches Mad-Eye Moody clump across the floor with a long-suffering Professor Sinistra. What no one knows, however, is that the dancer is Barty Crouch.
This poem was for a challenge in Poetry Anyone. We had to use music from the films as inspiration for a poem. I chose two pieces from Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire - the waltz and 'Do the Hippogryff' by The Weird Sisters.
Disclaimer: I am not JK Rowling, Jarvis Cocker or any type of musician.
Summary: Regulus Black was loved by his family. The perfect son, and what an honor it was for him to fulfill The Dark Lord's request! But Regulus also loved his family, so how far would he go to uphold their honor? And when will their honor go too far?
Andromeda survived the war, but she feels like a ghost.
Summary: Christmas 1976 and Severus Snape sits in his room with only his thoughts to keep him company.
This song/poem is a parody of probably the best (and bitterest) Christmas song in the entire universe. The original, called I Believe in Father Christmas' was by Greg Lake of Emerson, Lake and Palmer. I strongly recommend that you listen to the original.
I am Equinox Chick from Hufflepuff, and this is my entry for the Extra Credit in the Great Hall Christmas Challenge.
Disclaimer: I am not JK Rowling or Greg Lake. (I never thought I'd ever type that sentence.) Please don't confuse us.
Alone, disgusting, adrift between life and death...
This is Tom Riddle's penance for his lack of remorse.
Summary: A piece of poetry that describes the rise and fall of Tom Marvolo Riddle or Lord Voldemort for the matter.
Summary: An light-hearted almost-epic about a student's first year at Hogwarts, and the mixed emotions he goes through.
Summary: When Ron listened to Hermione's screams from down in the cellar of Malfoy Manor, what was going through his mind?
Summary: Molly sits and ponders the hard financial hard ships of her family.
Summary: Ronald Weasley has always felt slightly left out. He's always felt as though he was never quite good enough, and his inner devil endorses this.
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.