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: 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.
Summary: A collection of poems, written by their respective marauders. Poems about food, some not about food, others about girls, and still others about the trouble of the moons. All teenage problems, and others, are written here!
NOTE: I HAVE ADDED ANOTHER POEM TO POTTER'S PROSE!!! PLEASE CHECK IT OUT!!!
Summary: This is a poem about a victim during the Final Battle.
This was written for the Last Line Standing challenge for the month of May.
Summary: A little acrostic-free-verse poem about one of my favorite characters.... It's acrostic, so you'll know who it is. And also, I hope the words tell you who it is without needing it spelled out.
And just so you know, the mild profanity is very mild, and the character death is only implied, nothing gory or anything. There's even a tad of humorous content in here, in an odd kind of way.
A poem about Dolores and Fudge.
This poem won second place in the How I Love Thee Challenge way back in Feb.
Summary: A poem written in honour of those who fought in the Battle of Hogwarts, May 2nd, 1998.
This poem won the Last Line Standing Challenge at Poetry Anyone. :) It also won a QSQ for Best Poetry. Thanks to Carole (Equinox Chick) for beta-ing this.
DISCLAIMER: Not J.K.Rowling, though I wish I was. Haha!
Summary: This rainy day, Severus tells his story about his and Lily's deteriorating friendship.
This is a collection of poems about unrequited love in the Wizarding world.
Please read and Review, this is my first fanfic.
Warning for later chapters.
Chapter 1: Severus loves Lily.COMPLETED
Chapter 2: Cho loves Harry. COMPLETED.
Yes, people, I am back! Not sure when I'll post a new chapter though...I have another story in progress. ^_^
Narcissa has called him an interfering grandfather. Lucius is not sure he deserves that.
Summary: This Poem deals about the Darkness you feel as the one you loved dies and the pain and suffering that comes along with it
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).