Summary: Up on the rafters of Draco’s room, a little man giggled. He was a strange little man, just three inches in height. His crinkled little face always set in delight. He had a long blond beard that curled at his toes and a cane in his hand to fight his foes. He wore a blazer of plum with a shirt of sapphire, and he sprouted two wings that dazzled in desire.
“How fun it is with mortals to play fate,
To make them lose sight of all they do hate,
So join me in the mind of the Malfoy heir,
As his morals and mind are in need of repair.”
Summary: This is a poem about the story of Dumbledore and Snape. It all began beneath a willow tree...
Summary: Carrie West finds the love of her life murdered by an unknown hand the day before her wedding. Christian Lowe was very well known to many amongst the Wizarding World, an infamous Healer, a man that gave generous donations to St. Mungo's. Showing compassion to anyone he met, he came off as a wonderful person. Carrie felt that she was the luckiest person in the world to be marrying such a catch. But it all came crashing down the day she found his body.
The funeral is had, the burial over, and Carrie finds herself wondering what to do with her life now. The life she wanted had died along with Christian. But a mysterious man comes forward with information concerning Christian that Carrie had never known before, something that might have ensued in his murder.
With the new information, Carrie learns of the possibilities of who the killers may or may not be. When the day comes for her to testify toward the accused, Carrie finds herself reeling with possibilities of what she might do when she sees her fiancee's killers. The prosecutor of the case just might assist Carrie, giving her advice, even more information, and possibly even justice.
Will Carrie receive justice? Will she ever be able to live the same life she had before she met Christian?Written by Ron x Hermione of Hufflepuff for the Colors of the Spectrum Challenge. This is for the Water Prompt.
OVERALL WINNER OF THE COLORS OF THE SPECTRUM SERIES PART II CHALLENGE!
Summary: Severus is entranced by a dream.
Summary: Harry chooses life.
Summary: Oft-ridiculed Neville Longbottom jumps at a chance to fit in with his fellow Gryffindors, a chance that requires a dangerous trek through Hogwarts in the buff. WINNER OF THE 2009 QUICKSILVER QUILL AWARD FOR BEST HUMOR STORY.
Summary: Molly Weasley looks on at her son George and watches as he registers the news of Fred's death.
Will Alice recover her sanity or will she be locked in darkness forever? Her fragile mind may be broken, but her courageous spirit is undefeated.
I am FaunaCaritas of Ravenclaw.
This is a response to the Colors of the Spectrum Challenge: Air.
Summary: Alice is a hopeless romantic. Frank is sensible and down-to-earth and very kind. Can Alice bring herself to look past what she thinks she needs?
Summary: There is rarely beauty in the world. But Charlie has found his little bit of beauty. But how long will it last?
Guiding Ray of Sunlight's submission to the Gryfindor Research In-House Challenge.
Summary: Ten years. A lot can happen in a decade. But it was what happened at the beginning of that decade that defined me. Something I have never been able to let go of.
When Colin Creevey died in the final stand against the Dark Lord, most people forgot. He was carried in, and forgotten. Just one in a long line of bodies. But he was not forgotten by his brother. Delivered to you all by Emily_the _poet of Ravenclaw House for the water prompt
Summary: Voldemort knows it's great being the Dark Lord; it's a position he wants to keep. But even the most malevolent maniac can't stand when the forces of fashion conspire against him! A tale of organized mayhem.
Summary: Two brothers – seemingly alike, yet very different. At least that’s what all thought. But was it really that way?
Summary: As the wizarding world rejoices, Harry’s never come so close to just giving up. But as he tries to walk away from Voldemort’s crumpled body, something stops him. Someone. Ginny.
But Harry’s a broken man. He’s in no state to deal with his feelings for Ginny or to give her the relationship she deserves and he tries to tell her that. But Ginny’s got something of her own to tell. Something that might just make Harry face up to his demons and stick around.
However, Harry’s not the only one struggling to cope. Ginny is on the verge of breaking down and fleeing herself, but will anyone notice in time? And what on earth is Ron going to say when he learns of his seventeen year old sister’s situation?
Extract: Truth to be told he didn’t really know how exactly you would classify things between him and Ginny at the moment, but he did know the lie of land. They were having a baby together.
This fic is finally back!!!
Summary: Rowena Ravenclaw and Salazar Slytherin have a special connection that becomes more and more difficult to maintain as the politics of building their school tear them apart.
Summary: Dead father, dead wife, motherless son: exactly how much of this is James Potter's fault? James Potter II sends himself to the past in the hope that he will be able to save his wife, and recieve answers to the questions that have been torturing him since her death.
Placed Third in the Gauntlet's Fifth Run!
Summary: George Weasley has woken up in the past, sent on a mission that could save the present.
I am Cwiddy from Hufflepuff House and this was written for Gauntlet 5.
Summary: The night sky was twinkling with stars, each yellow dot winking down at Andromeda as she walked along the forgotten path. Weeds, having grown long from lack of care, brushed and snagged her robes, but she wasn’t concerned with that. Instead, Andromeda's attention was drawn to the sky. On sisters, mourning, and stars.
A submission to The Color of Loss challenge by solemnlyswear_x of Gryffindor.
Summary: On the night before her wedding to James, Lily wakes up with icy feet. So when a ghost from her past shows up out of the blue, what can she do but wait for the sun to rise?
Summary: Somehow, the barn was the last place he wanted to face her. And frankly, the goat was definitely not helping matters.