Summary: Some say Lucius just used Narcissa as a toy. Some say he had a little heart at the beginning, but lost it soon after. But what if he just decided not to show what he felt? A betraying little piece of parchment found in the basement of Malfoy Manor tells all.
Summary: A memorial for my all time favourite Harry Potter character.
R.I.P. Fred Weasley
Summary: Voldemort's thoughts when he attempts to kill little Harry.
Summary: Hermione looks back and reflects on what could have been. A poem based on the scene in the GoF movie right after the second task.
Summary: The least I can do for the man after all he went through. Now I can go back to disliking his memory in peace.
Summary: What happened the night of Remus and Tonks' first meet? This is a poem that I originally wrote it for a Vice President competition in a Remus and Tonks club. Now, I am deciding to submit it here. I hope you enjoy it.
I own nothing. It all belongs to JK Rowling.
Summary: Sorrow drowns out my future
. . . and of my fate, I am sure.
The last fear of Severus Snape revealed. Written for my poetry class on the forums in Spring of 2008.
Summary: Lily and Snape complete opposites, as different as night and day... but then again, don't opposites attract?
(this is a metaphorical poem, although you probably guessed that...)
Summary: Harry wants to know.
Summary: A short poem of Hermione's final moments of her life.
Summary: A young Remus Lupin is remembering every thing that had to do with his becoming a werewolf. He is trying to show that he is just as human as everyone else.
Summary: A child in Harry's class at primary school ponders why he seems so withdrawn.
Summary: Adult Harry revisits and questions the veil in the Department of Mysteries. Will he choose life over death? Suicide Contemplated.
Summary: This poem goes to James/Lily. In Lily's POV.
Note: Title has been changed due to editing the old version.
Summary: This is a poem that discusses the Dark side of magic
Summary: They were few and fought for peace and freedom. Their chances haven’t been the best, they were outnumbered by Voldemort’s forces. And yet, like the phoenix rises again from his ashes, those few never gave up and kept fighting, even when the Death Eaters took them out one after the other, and death never seemed far away.
This is the story of the Order of the Phoenix.
Summary: Some time after Harry died in the final battle, Ginny reflects on her feelings.
Summary: This is a poem about the story of Dumbledore and Snape. It all began beneath a willow tree...
Summary: This is a sonnet that discusses George and Fred's store.
Summary: This is a poem I wrote about the Marauders for my Spring 2008 poetry class.