Summary: A poem about Harry dying.
In the darkened shadow, on the pathway small and narrow,
I wait to see the child, the child I promised to defend.
Upon first seeing Harry, Sirius pictures someone else. His thoughts on Harry, his failed role as godfather and his sorrow of losing James.
Inspired by "The Raven" by Edgar Allan Poe
Summary: Depends on the angle.
Sometimes the night calls to me. Sometimes the stars shine bright...
Severus reflects on himself, and what the night means to him.
My only friend will watch the stars... But is she seeing the same stars as me?
Summary: A short poem about the madness that lurks in Azkaban.
At the bottom of the lake
Where the sun doesn't shine,
Among the many weeds
And between the slime,
You can find... someone.
Summary: Herbert Reed wrote this, I just played with it. For the original please Google "The Naming of the Parts". Naturally, Herbert's is a much better poem.
Summary: In times of unease, only the hardest of hearts will give protection.
Inspired by a heart made of iron I bought from a blacksmith. It's heavy and cold and unbreakable.
Summary: Tonks questions what she truly means to Remus.
This is the story of the Hogwarts Marauders.
Summary: Poor Myrtle laments about death so often that her plight has been made poetry. This is a rather silly poem that we devised while at camp. Enjoy!
Summary: A short poem from the perspective of a nameless prisoner in Azkaban. Character death is implied, but not actually shown.
Summary: Lily can't understand why Petunia hates her just because she's a witch.
Summary: A poem about the first task of the Triwizard Cup, held at Beauxbatons Academie in 2017.
This is connected to my fic 'Chasing the Scoop'. The journalist is Lavender Brown and the three champions are Jeunefleur - for Beauxbatons, Grindelwald - for Durmstrang, and Victoire Weasley - for Hogwarts.
I am not JK Rowling; I doubt that has shocked anyone here.
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.