Summary: She sticks her tongue out and catches a snowflake on it. She feels like a child again. Then she remembers that she is only seventeen, barely out of childhood. When was she last a child? Before she had to grow up and fight and suffer and worry and grieve and feel so old, so tired, as though there is nothing left that this world can offer her.
Ginny tries to face her first Christmas since the war, without Fred, without the usual joy, having lost many of her friends, but most importantly without Harry.
Summary: Fame and infamy are closely related. Reputations are not always what they seem. Lavender Brown has a lot of explaining to do.
Summary: Remus and Dora have only just got into this strange and stupid and perfect routine of playing lovers. They shouldn't have to give it up now.
Set between OOTP and HBP.
Eeeeep! This story has been nominated for a 2013 Quicksilver Quill Award: Best Canon Romance. Thank you.
Summary: Ariana's death haunts Albus.
Summary: In November 1981, Remus Lupin returns to the headquarters of the Order of the Phoenix.
Summary: Severus Snape's guilty conscience is magnified with scrutiny, and every star stares at him and what he has done.
Summary: How Umbridge sees herself and wants to be seen - a speculation in prose poem form.
Winner of this year's Anniversary Challenge at Poetry, Anyone?
This one has real text.
This is the most pretentious summary I've ever written O.,O
The nose-bleeding smiley should downplay the pretentiousness a little.
Summary: Shell Cottage is made of the days spent there, but what are the days made of?
Nominated for a 2013 QSQ.
Summary: Students in their third year and above can visit Hogsmeade. Only one second year student ever managed to get there. How did he do it?
Summary: What the mermaids think of Voldemort.
I am Draco7052 of Slytherin. This poem was done for Nagini Riddle in the Annual Poetry Exchange. the prompt was 'what the mermaids think of Voldemort' and the quote was 'where your treasure is, there your heart is also.'
Summary: Based on the combination of the Latin obliviscor, meaning "forget," and the Aramaic עַ�‘ְ�“ָא כְּ�“ַ�‘רָא, avda kedavra, meaning "what was said has been done," Oblivi Kedavra has the meaning “forget what has been done.”
After being struck by a home-made curse from Draco Malfoy, Hermione's mind is swept clean of any and all memories of Ron. Which is stronger? Love or revenge?
Summary: Luna ought to be working on her History of Magic essay, but instead she’s scribbling a poem in the margin of her paper, contemplating the definition of reality.
Nominated for a 2013 QSQ.
Summary: There was just one small feeling that got everybody up again after the war ended.
Summary: "You have no say in what I do, Draco," she stated, a tinge of red appearing on her cheeks.
"Oh, love," he murmured, leaning down so her brown eyes were leveled with his, "I beg to differ."
Summary: Harry, Ron and Hermione are on a trip in America. Or are they? It's April Fools' Day, and they might just be the victim of one cosmic prank pulled by a red-headed man and a ghost.For my flist, and for you.
Summary: Remus Lupin is a man haunted by loss and self-hatred. Nymphadora Tonks is a burst of energy but also a young woman looking for more out of life. The story of how they met and fell in love.
Summary: Dudley Dursley makes a speech to honor the world's most famous wizard.
Summary: A man walks into Madam Malkin's and hands over some torn robes that need to be fixed.
Summary: During their short marriage, Lily realizes just how much her husband has changed and how much she loves him.