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.
Summary: This is my response to a rather haunting still shot of Draco Malfoy. I am also going off of HBP for time and place.
Summary: A look at the war raging outside of Hogwarts, where we honour the other weary and brave witches and wizards who fought and continue to fight the good fight.
Summary: A Remus/Tonks poem, set during Half Blood Prince and Deathly Hallows.
Nominated for Best Poem in the 2011 Quicksilver Quill awards.
Summary: How Remus reflects on the interaction between Severus, James and Lily beside the lake after their OWL exam.
Summary: A poem written about that famous 'Eat slugs' incident in The Chamber of Secrets.
Disclaimer: I am not JK Rowling, or Sylvia Plath.
Summary: What happens after the battle, when the war is finally over? How can anyone return from such sorrow, from such loss?
Summary: The war is over and people are rebuilding their life, happy and sad and grateful. But what about Draco?
Written for the End of an Era Challenge at PA (WON FIRST PLACE! YIPPIE!), and nominated for a QSQ for Best Poetry. :D Thanks!
The hallmark of Dumbledore's Army was their refusal to give in to the darkness that was slowly but surely emcompassing their world. As long as there was a hope, the DA would live on. This is a warning, an invitation, a promise, to one and all that they will not back down until the battle is won.
This poem placed third in the Last Line Standing Challenge in Poetry Anyone. The last words of each line are from a non-HP poem (Robert Frost, but the name of the poem escapes me), but we were to build a new poem around it.
This is a tale of two separated souls who slowly found one another in times of crisis. And how, in the greatest crisis of all, their son in mortal danger, they stood united against the darkness.
This is the story of James and Lily Potter.
Summary: This is a poem about the night at the Lightning-Struck Tower Chapter in HBP. It plays on the emotions of those present, centering on Draco.