Summary: Peter Pettigrew's shame, embodied in the form of a sonnet.
Summary: War is looming right outside the door as a mother rocks her child to sleep.
A sonnet written for the Diamond Challenge at PA. My chosen theme was Innocence.
Summary: Tribute to Severus Snape
Summary: Harry finally arrives at Godric Hollow, but memories are all he finds.
This was written for the Magic in Music Challenge in Poetry Anyone, and it came SECOND. My chosen piece was Harry and Hermione by Nicholas Hooper (Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince soundtrack).
When he realises the deadly plan set before him by Dumbledore, Harry's heart goes through an incredible journey to find calm in the eye of the storm.
This sonnet won The Diamond Challenge on the Poetry Anyone forum. The prompt that inspired it was 'Loyalty'.
This poem was nominated for a 2010 Quicksilver Quill Award - Best Poem
Summary: A man walks into the ancient cemetry at Godric's Hollow and shares a long awaited farewell with friends.
Summary: Merely a Severus Snape muse rouser. Think it resembles him a bit.
Summary: A night to forget everything else; a night to remember.
Dedicated to Harry/Ginny.
Summary: This poem came about when I had someone point out some hard truths in my life. I feel it fits Harry's world because many of Jo's characters had some hard truths to face...An example would be Remus when he found out he had "lost" all his closest friends.
Summary: This is my personal tribute to Harry's fantastic world and its creator.
Nominated for a 2010 QSQ Award!
Summary: redemption: n. 1. The act of redeeming or the condition of having been redeemed.
The story of Snape's life.
Summary: A poem of the night Voldemort was defeated, written in the style of "Jabberwocky" by Lewis Carroll.
A short poem about the dementor's kiss.
At the end of seventh year, Scorpius and Rose anticipate the end of waiting.
Summary: Molly's feelings as she fights to keep control of herself when the brood are away.
Summary: A Hogwarts-fied version of "Hey there, Delilah" by the Plain White T's.
Anything you recognise does not belong to me, but to JKR or 'Plain White T's'
Summary: A poem about Ron leaving Hermione and Harry in Deathly Hallows. Hermione's POV.
Evilly Conned: Legally Blonde The Musical Gone Potter by Schmerg_The_Impaler
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Summary: It's Legally Blonde the Musical, parodied to be a musical version of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban! Just one of many silly musical parodies I've uploaded to this site. This is my twist on the music and lyrics of Laurence O'Keefe and Nell Benjamin. Oh, just a heads up, there's a tiny bit of Lupin/Lily referenced in here. Other than that, it's pretty canonical.
Summary: Is it better to have loved and lost than to ever have loved at all? (Tennyson) Find out for yourself by reading this short vignette on Draco Malfoy.