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.
Summary: This is my blatant attempt at romancing my favourite man. It is sung to the tune Santa, Baby.
I am Equinox Chick of Hufflepuff and this is my entry for the Winter Snows Extra Credit- Christmas Carol Parody.
Summary: Hermione knows there are other things she should think about, but there is only one person on her mind. Set sometime between the fall of Voldemort and the time when Harry finds Ron and Hermione sitting together in Deathly Hallows.
Summary: Here's to the heroes of wizarding war...
The battle has been over for many years, but the memories and spirits live on.
Summary: A little yellow poem you might construe as you desire.
Summary: A four-part poem to commemorate the talents and qualities of each House.
The Slytherin section won first place in the Slytherin Anthem challenge!
Summary: What does Lupin think about Lunar eclipses? My take on his thoughts.
Summary: Ginny mourns the death of Harry in this tragic poem.
(A what-if of Harry staying dead in the Deathly Hallows.)
Summary: O Christmas Tree, Voldy style.
Summary: The Christmas Song, Voldy style!
An entry for Winter Snows, Extra Credit by Sly Severus of Slytherin.
Summary: Sixth-year Harry loves Ginny. He is sure of that. Something he is much less sure of, though, is the future outcome of his battle with Voldemort. Sitting on a dock of the Lake, he wonders....
Summary: A short, ambiguous poem. Take from it what you wish.