Summary: The House in Godric's Hollow stood
Completetly ruined, splintered wood.
The bricks and mortar crumbling,
The crowd assembled mumbling.
Snapshot after the attack on Godric's Hollow 31st of October, 1981.
Summary: Snape loved Lily from the moment they met. This is a snippet of how I think it could've happened when Lily told him about James and her, unknowingly breaking his heart.
Summary: Kill the snake... That was Harry's last request. Neville knew he had to do it. For everyone's sake.
Summary: This is a poem about Lily when she is starting to see James in a better light. She knows that Snape has secretly loved her and she in turn has almost grown to love him back, but he has never said anything to her. Lily is torn between Snape and James and doesn't know who to choose.
Summary: Set in one of the final scenes of Deathly Hallows, Dead End is a poem from Harry's point of view, inspired greatly by the lyrics of In Flame's song, Dead End.
Summary: A Potterverse ballad based on the famous poem by Lewis Carroll.
Summary: Let's say that in Deathly Hallows when Harry and Ginny kissed they had more time before Ron crashed in and ruined everything. This is what I think Harry would say to Ginny talking about how much he is going to miss her. This is my take on it.
Summary: Mr. Weasley easily becomes occupied when he discovers any sort of Muggle invention - including soda machines. How does he react when he breaks one?
Summary: Ginny stands with her family, looking at her brother Fred...dead. She knows that some things have just changed completely.
Mousey brown to vividest pink, Nymphadora Tonks is known for colour. Her wedding and honeymoon are no exception.
Summary: Narcissa contemplates her life after the final battle.
Summary: A series of poetry one-shots about Lycanthropy-specifically Remus's experiences with lycanthropy while still at school.
Hugo doesn't remember the last time Aunt Muriel came to stay, but Rose does...
Summary: Lily's thoughts after Severus calls her a Mudblood.
Summary: An artistic poem depicting when Harry was the snake in his dream and saw Mr. Weasley attacked.
Summary: A parody of "A Christmas Song", sung by Peter Pettigrew from the Malfoy Manor.
Summary: A parody of "Santa Claus, Go Straight To The Ghetto" by James Brown. The Weasleys need Christmas too.
Summary: Being held captive in a locked room can lead to deep thought for some minds and shallow thought for others. See how the minds of Fluffy the three-headed dog are affected by this captivity.