Summary: This is tribute to the four famous pranksters of Hogwarts. This is a one-shot that has their final moments in life.They all are different, yet all the same. They were united but still divided until they found each other once more in death. They were brothers, they were friends, they are the Marauders of Gryffindor. I present to you: Masters Moony, Wormtail, Padfoot, and Prongs in their final performance...
Summary: This poem goes to James/Lily. In Lily's POV.
Note: Title has been changed due to editing the old version.
Summary: Harry could not help but think that, judging by the way George and Ron were looking at each other, he and the Weasleys would be lucky, if they wouldn’t have to rush one of them - or both of them – to St. Mungo’s the next morning.
Summary: If you're reading this it means that I, Harry James Potter, have died while trying to defeat Voldemort.
Summary: James visits Remus over the summer and discovers something about his friend, Lily learns to love, and Remus realises James was right.
Summary: But werewolves turn into vampires after death, after all, monsters are monsters, and inversely, hybrids can be formed, and this is the result. It cannot be described in a conventional manner for it shouldn’t be described in such vulgar terms, but he is here now- forever. Casted aside from the Wizarding world, he is stuck in a fluctuating state of uncertainty, but he’s ready to declare himself- to you.
*Written for Schmergo's Silly Summaries
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: Post-HBP. Voldemort attacks Harry during Potions class. What will Snape's reaction be? PG-13 for violent scenes and mild language.
Summary: Matt, Lily's boyfriend, was killed and now, it's the day of his funeral. So, what exactly does James think? Well sometimes, as Lily will find out, the person you never expected will be there when you need it most.
For you, Lily Evans, I'll wait forever.
Summary: Had he received a trial... Sirius reflects on the loss of his best friends and his love as he waits for the verdict of a crime he did not commit. Rated PG-13 for depression.
Summary: It was a dream wedding. The only problem was, he was marrying the wrong person.
Summary: A poem written to depict the love Severus Snape feels for Lily Evans written from Snape's point of view.
Summary: A green light can pierce your soul, heart, and, in Petunia's case, mind. My interpretation of Petunia's reaction to Lily's death.
Summary: It is a well known fact that all the Pureblooded families are inbred, but it is not until the issue of marriage arises that Draco realises just how out of hand the problem has truly become.
Summary: Andromeda Black is preparing to marry the man her family had picked out for her from the beginning. She's twenty-eight now, her life everything she thought it never would be. By some unspoken miracle, Dumbledore offers her the chance of a lifetime; a chance to try fixing what went wrong so many years ago. Given a mysterious satchel of seemingly random objects, Andromeda is sent back in time to that time and place. Can she figure out how to fix that old issue and still do the few things Dumbledore asks her to do?
Gauntlet Submission by your's truly, Kritchen of Hufflepuff. :]
Summary: Hermione decides that she's done with Ron and his constant want to pick fights with her. Not thinking that things could get any worse, Ron tells her how he really feels. Cute little One Shot form Ron's POV. Definitely a little fluffy.
Her eyes widened and she opened her mouth to say something. When nothing came out, I removed my hand from her chin, and I felt my face flushing scarlet again.
How could I have been so stupid?
“I understand,” I heard myself saying, but deep down I knew I never would.
Summary: Five people from the different walks of life. One, born of the noble, was pampered; one, born of the dark, was disgraced; one, born of the ordinary, was extraordinary; one was cursed; and one… well, liked cheese.
Five children, five lives. Add five yellowish envelopes with green writing, and their fates are intertwined forever.
Summary: The thing I had never before considered about Muggles is that there are, and always have been, so very many of them. It seems ironic that I would have missed such a discernable fact. Had I ever stumbled across it written in a book I would have merely shaken my head at the thought that someone felt the need to write down something so elementary. Even then, however, I would not have considered the implications of what it could mean. The facts never changed though, only my perception of them; that there are thousands, probably hundreds of thousands, for each individual witch or wizard.
Summary: Hermione's all alone on Christmas Eve...but not for long. Who comes to visit her as the clock strikes midnight?
I am Colores of Hufflepuff and this is my submission for the Winter Tales Challenge: By the Fireside.