Summary: Entered for the Redemption Challenge by Slian Martreb of Ravenclaw. Set on New Year's of Harry's fourth year, this is the tale of what happens to two men who loved too much.
(SSP warning, and one character gets roaring drunk)
Edit 1/17: Oh. And it won. The challenge. *smug*
oh my goddddd
Summary: Draco always makes a thousand birds for every death, and a thousand flowers for every love. HD implied preslash.
awh. I really liked this.
Summary: “Don’t you hear my call, though you’re many years away? Don’t you hear me calling you? All your letters in the sand cannot heal me like your hand. For my life still ahead, pity me.” Remus stares through the veil. The dust on the floor still holds his footprints.
The fifth short in my A Night at the Opera series.
Summary: "No one who truly hates me would kiss me the way you do." [standalone]
other than the one spot where you switched to first person (I still have my shoes but I know my feet will grow out of them soon. These trainers I have kept since my sixth year at Hogwarts. They were breaking but they were still shoes.), I lovedddddd it.
Summary: Potter and Malfoy have always been enemies. This time it starts out as just another fight. Just another attack. But something is different this time, and Malfoy doesn't know what, but somehow, even though it's wrong, it feels so good.
A pretty dark take on this pairing, sort of a "What if?" moment from anywhere after HBP.