Summary: Suddenly, you realize that you have nowhere to go and no one to turn to.
Summary: As Harry prepares to sacrifice himself to Voldemort, all he can think about is Ginny...
Summary: Snape loved Lily. He never knew that type of love again.
Summary: A poem from Ron Weasley's point of view describing the moment he fell in love with Hermione.
Summary: After his conversation with Dumbledore at King's Cross, Harry wakes and reflects on life and what it means.
2009 Quicksilver Quill Award Winner for Best Poetry!
Summary: Hermione is frustrated and upset about Ron leaving her and Harry while on the search for the Horcruxes. Here's an insight to her feelings... in sonnet form.
Summary: Albus reflects on who and what Gellert really was.
Harry and Lord V: Beauty and the Beast Gone Potter by Schmerg_The_Impaler
Rated: 1st-2nd Years [Reviews - 12]
Summary: Yet another ridiculous Harry Potter musical spoof by yours truly, this one is set during Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, to the tune of Alan Menken, Howard Ashman, and Tim Rice's brilliant musical, Beauty and the Beast!
If you like this, go to my profile and read some of my other parodies, of West Side Story, Wicked, Sweeney Todd, High School Musical, Les Miserables, and Phantom of the Opera!
Summary: Severus Snape dwells on the decisions of his past.
Da da da dum, snap! snap!
A poem inspired by the Addams Family theme song.
When did life begin to get so difficult?
Far before today.
Is there at least a reason for this?
Only as much reason as there are
Days in forever
Feelings in a lifetime
Memories in the past.
(So, that's a no, then.)
(Rated solely for one single swear word. Please don't read if you are offended by such things.)
I decide to give Grandfather's artwork a name.
Boy with Niffler.
*A Scorpius pov poem*
Summary: A free verse poem expressing the different questions Tonks contemplates at two different stages in her relationship with Remus Lupin.
A set of haiku telling of Molly Weasley's own war against Voldemort.
**Implied character death
Summary: Sure on this shining night,
The winds of change have taken flight.
A short poem about the night of the final battle, based on the line "Sure on this shining night" from Permit Me Voyage by James Agee.
Summary: There is a lake on the Hogwarts grounds. It contains many creatures, but it also contains something more.
Summary: It's been far too long since I posted a new musical spoof! This one is a collection of vignettes featuring Voldemort and the other bad guys in the style of "Dark Lord Voldy's Shattered Soul Club Band."
The songs are all parodies of songs from Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim's excellent musical, West Side Story. Someone-- and I'm so sorry, but I can't remember who-- requested I do this a loooong time ago, so thank you for suggesting it!
Summary: In which you meet the famous 'hoggy, warty Hogwarts' of the School Song and find out just how Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry acquired its name.
Summary: The Triwizard Tournament comes once again to Beauxbatons Academy.
The is a poem written for the second task in the Dragon Stadium.