Summary: A sonnet written by a teenage Snape, expressing his feelings toward Lily.
Summary: This poem is about Lupin's transformation from human to werewolf. It takes place around his first year, before he lets the rest of the Marauders in on his "furry little problem."
Summary: Remus tries to tell Tonks that she's not safe, but she is convinced that he won't transform. Will it be too late for her to run as the moon appears over the horizon.
Summary: Severus is entranced by a dream.
Summary: Harry chooses life.
Summary: Voldemort reflects on his fading human condition. He exposes his innermost thoughts, such as his life in the orphanage, his feelings toward his parents, his regrets, and the origin of his hatred toward those who love and are loved. The poem does not inspire pity of Voldemort, but rather a new understanding of his human side.
Summary: Ginny Weasley sits and contemplates her feelings about Harry and the happenings of her 6th year at Hogwarts.
Summary: Andromeda holds her grandson after the Battle of Hogwarts, determined to protect him from the war and its aftermath.
Summary: A short poem about Ginny's reaction when Voldemort announces Harry Potter's "death" during the final battle.
Voldemort: The Psycho Dark Lord of Hogsmeade (Sweeney Todd Gone Potter) by Schmerg_The_Impaler
Rated: 1st-2nd Years [Reviews - 41]
Summary: The final installment of my set of Broadway musical spoofs about Voldemort's life!
This is Stephen Sondheim's brilliant musical, Sweeney Todd, but drastically warped and twisted by me. If you ever wanted to hear a song where Voldemort tries to encourage Fenrir to eat various Potterverse characters, this is the fic for you.
My other two spoofs about Voldemort, those of Les Miserables and Wicked, can be found on my profile. I've also got spoofs of Phantom of the Opera, High School Musical, and Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. Enjoy!
Summary: A poem about Arthur Weasley accepting that even though his only daughter has grown up, she still loves him.
Summary: A short rhyming poem about Avada Kedavra.
Summary: The worst thing,
Is never the death itself,
It’s always the aftermath.
Summary: Molly Weasley looks on at her son George and watches as he registers the news of Fred's death.
Summary: This is a free-form poem about Sirius Black. It discusses his friendships, family, his battles, his triumphs, and his death.
Summary: This poem tells of a possible reason why Hermione enjoys the company of books so much - she is hiding her feelings in them.
Summary: The curtains call, beckoning a man to his death.
Summary: Harry spent most of his life waiting to see those he loved again. Now is his chance.
Summary: A rallying cry for the Order. I'd like to think that Tonks and Lupin stood in the front of the Great Hall before the final battle, and took turns giving this speech.
Summary: What makes a hero? Sometimes it is deeds, and sometimes it is the heart behind the actions.