Summary: They have existed for centuries, seeing generations of students. What have they learned that we need to know?
This poem won Second Place in the 2013 Aisling Challenge.
This poem was nominated for the 2014 Quicksilver Quill Award: Best Poetry.
Summary: It's a big day for Teddy Lupin and he's all ready to go ahead and pop the question to Victoire. Things, however, don't always go as planned, and Teddy just gets into one of those situations.
This is Ginny Weasley Potter of Hufflepuff House and this is my one-shot for the final of ‘So this is Romance’ class over at the Mugglenet Fanfiction Beta Boards.
Summary: She feels the familiar pang of disappointment that they've never been better friends. But that doesn't mean she can't try one last time to put him at ease.
Summary: Maybe he didn’t just love history, maybe he loved being a history teacher.
Summary: Scorpius wants a pet. Draco does not. When Socpius find the perfect pet, what will his father say?
Summary: Darkness was never as alluring as in the form of Bellatrix Lestrange.
Summary: The year is 1717. Marja de Draak receives word that her brother has gone missing and takes a fast ship to Cochin, determined to find him. Once there, she finds more danger than she ever anticipated: all along that coast, travelers have learned to fear the name of Joris Janszoon, a pirate who believes he cannot be killed. And N. Vikram, the man investigating her brother’s case, is determined to see justice done. Fate has brought them together; now what does it have in store for them?
Summary: Dudley looks, clear-eyed, back on his childhood.
This poem won joint first for Best Poem in the 2014 Quicksilver Quill Awards.
Summary: She wasn't ready, he had always known that. She pushed herself too hard, too fast, and when it all began to get too much, Katie didn't know how to handle it.
And Oliver knew that he didn't have the power to help.
Summary: One summer's night in Hogwarts, two statues are given one night to be human.
Summary: He’s already lost someone, and that was one too many. He’s not going to see the last thing he has go.
Theloonyhermione's final for the D/A class on the boards.
Summary: Louis hated winter, and Lily was trapped in it.
Originally written for Soraya in SPEW's Summer Swap (IV edition). Hope you enjoy it.
Summary: There is a reason why Vernon Dursley is the way he is, but he hopes no one will ever find out.
This poem took Third Place in the We Are Poets Challenge.
Summary: She has never been his, and he knows that her love has belonged to another.
A villanelle, written for the first round of the Poetry Anyone Triathlon.
Summary: Currently a not-quite-fully-qualified Auror, Tonks is approached out of the blue by Kingsley Shacklebolt with a rather interesting case about werewolves.
The problem (besides the fact that a dangerous Muggle is thrown in the mix)? The werewolf in question -- Remus Lupin -- defies Tonks's expectations in every way possible.
This was written for Sophie/The owl for SPEW Summer Swap IV. :)
Summary: Lying to myself, lying to my friends, lying to Remus, to Sev . . . to James. I couldn't do it anymore. I had to suck it up . . . and fall in love.
In the midst of a war, Lily Evans, consumed by fear for her small family and her own identity as "Muggleborn", finds herself turning to the least likely person for protection and companionship - James Potter. This is yet another story of that fateful seventh year, when two people came together, and gave birth to a saga.
Summary: Petunia admits to some of her more deeper feelings.
Written for the We Are Poets Challenge in the PA forum. It took third place!
Summary: George Weasley is turning twenty-one, but he isn't sure he can do it alone.
Warning is due to mentions of CD.
Summary: Severus Snape's thoughts when he looks in the Mirror of Erised. One-shot.
Summary: The Black inheritance is less about money or prestige and far more about casual cruelty and utter recklessness and mad passion. Even after being disowned, can Sirius Black escape his inheritance?