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Good King Ragnuk by Oregonian

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 2 Reviews Past Featured Story
Summary: Ragnuk, King of the Goblins and master silversmith, forged a sword for Godric Gryffindor in the eleventh century. Here is the story of that complex business deal.

Written to the prompt of Good King Wenceslas for the 2015 Carol Challenge in the Great Hall. This poem was awarded First Place.


The Friar's Unexpected Army by Oregonian

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 3 Reviews
Summary: The Fat Friar rises above himself on the eve of battle and reaches out to allies in a way never before dreamed of. Who would have guessed they could understand?

A Missing Moment from the Battle of Hogwarts

Written for the Ghost Writer Challenge in the Great Hall

Nominated for 2016 Quicksilver Quill Award, Best General Story

Deadman's Party by Nagini Riddle

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 0 Reviews
Summary: Beryl of Wales attends a deathday party in hopes of seeing Sir Patrick show up with his Headless Hunt.

The lyrics and title of story come from the song "Deadman's Party" by Oingo Boingo.

This is Nagini Riddle, writing her third entry for the Ghost Writer's Challenge in the Great Hall

Closure Times Three by McBurns

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 3 Reviews
Summary: In the years following Voldemort’s demise... Harry has unfinished business with Umbridge. Dudley’s life takes an unexpected turn. Fred is not forgotten.

The Plight of the Portrait by weasley-malfoy-aficionado

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 3 Reviews
Summary:

You should never cross a Weasley-Malfoy duo.

Gargarus the Third learns it the hard way.


Light of the Lonely Wizard's Heart by Oregonian

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 1 Reviews
Summary: As the morning approaches on May 2, the embattled defenders of Hogwarts staunchly maintain their hope. They know that Harry will not fail them.

This poem was awarded First Place in The Carol Challenge of December 2014, in which standard Christmas songs and hymns are rewritten for the Potterverse. Google Light of the Lonely Pilgrim's Heart to see the original which inspired this poem.


Given the Chance by Nagini Riddle

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 0 Reviews
Summary: Albus looks into the Mirror of Erised. What he sees is a little more than just socks...

All Creatures Great and Small by Amicably Manic

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 2 Reviews
Summary: Do Dementors collect pensions? Are werewolves treated fairly? What ever happened to S.P.E.W.? How did the giants come to Britain, and who’s going to take them home? Articles taken from several wizarding publications tell the story of the aftermath of the Battle of Hogwarts and the implications of Voldemort’s reign and defeat on the non-humans of the wizarding world, their allies, and their enemies.

Molly Weasley's Apple Dumplings by Oregonian

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 1 Reviews
Summary: Molly has studied history and knows the old stories, but she also knows what is really worthwhile in life.

Early, Early Spring: Professor Sinistra Reflects by Oregonian

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 2 Reviews
Summary: I didn't know much about Professor Sinistra, the Astronomy Professor, until I wrote her last summer in my story Dark Enough To See The Stars. This poem shows a more personal side of her, even as she references her astronomical knowledge every day. This poem is part of my series (Winter At The Castle, Autumn At The Castle) describing castle life in all the seasons of the year, using various poetic styles. Did Professor Sinistra have a brother? Well, now she does.

Winner of 2015 Quicksilver Quill Award, Best Poetry


Waning by Oregonian

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 2 Reviews
Summary: The light and warmth are waning as winter approaches. What that implies depends on who and where you are.

Written for the 2014 Independent Study Poetry Class on the Beta Forums.

The Skeletons' Tale by Oregonian

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 3 Reviews
Summary: "A rose by any other name would smell as sweet," wrote Shakespeare. This story arose from a 500-word drabble in a Beta Forum challenge, presenting a character who gained new and startling information about his ancestry and acted upon it. I expanded the drabble into a full story for my Creative Writing class at the local community college, necessarily deleting obvious mentions of magic and changing the characters' names. Thus, Draco, Astoria, and Scorpius Malfoy have disguised themselves as Denis, Aurelie and Silvestre Paridelle, and the Death Eaters are masquerading as Nazis, with a little jiggering of the timeline to accommodate the date difference between the Second Wizarding War and the Second World War.
With its Harry Potter roots thus concealed, the story was well-received by my instructor and classmates; nobody suspected a thing, but you, my readers, will instantly see and understand everything.

Thanks to my instructor and classmates for being my unwitting beta readers. Their comments and suggestions were valuable and improved the story greatly. The story is rated Alternate Universe for the accommodations that had to be made, but I hope you will enjoy it anyway.


Autumn At The Castle by Oregonian

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 2 Reviews
Summary: The 'treat' of autumn's glorious beauty is inevitably follow by the 'trick' of winter's bleak and freezing desolation. Compare this poem with the poem Winter At The Castle, also on my author's page.

Written for Stage Three: Trick Or Treat, of the Sixth Annual October Triathlon: Race To Hallowe'en.

Graves by Oregonian

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 1 Reviews Past Featured Story
Summary: In December of 1997, Harry visits his parents' graves in Godric's Hollow and realizes that they are the end toward which we all are headed.

Written for the Sixth Annual October Triathlon: Race to Hallowe'en.
Inspired by this fragment of verse:
We do lie beneath the grass
In the moonlight, in the shade
Of the yew-tree. They that pass
Hear us not. We are afraid
They would envy our delight
In our graves by glow-worm light.

—”Thomas Beddoes, Dirge

Nominated for 2015 Quicksilver Quill Award, Best Poetry


Unexploded Bombs by Oregonian

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 10 Reviews
Summary: Dudley Dursley has just experienced the death of his elderly father Vernon from heart disease, when he receives a letter from beyond the grave, a letter that puts a new light on things. An unsuspected time bomb involving his cousin Harry has been ticking for nineteen years.

This is Vicki of Slytherin House, writing for the Second Annual Terrible Two-Shot Challenge.
A Thank You to Elaine/Islastorm of Gryffindor for looking over the manuscript for me.

This story was nominated for a 2015 Quicksilver Quill Award, Best Post-Hogwarts.


The Ruin by Oregonian

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 1 Reviews Past Featured Story
Summary: Even in its abandonment and slow disintegration, it retains its power to destroy. This is my Poem #1 entry in the Sixth Annual October Triathlon: Race to Hallowe'en, a sonnet, prompted by this scrap of verse:

Curious, how she tried the window,--
Odd the way she tried the door,--
Wonder just what sort of people
Could have had this house before.
Edna St. Vincent Millay, Wraith


Argus Filch by BrokenPromise

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 0 Reviews
Summary: Written for the Anniversary Challenge v3 over on the boards - a double dactyl about a much maligned character.

The Sparrow and the Wolf by Nagini Riddle

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 0 Reviews
Summary: Remus receives some interesting council after one horrendous werewolf transformation, but he doesn't really take the advice...

Written for the 2014 Random Song Title Challenge

Moonset by SilverDarkHorse

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 2 Reviews
Summary: The Marauders, in the Shrieking Shack at moonset.
Freeverse.

Epithalamium by Northumbrian

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 84 Reviews
Summary: Weddings don't just happen you know! They need planning.