Hi! My name is Manuel, or Alex, though I prefer the latter. I am a 21 year old university student and I have recently been inspired to study creative writing. I am kind of a late comer into the full-blown HP fandom, I've recently read all the books and started reading fan fiction and since then I've basically been obsessed, for lack of a better term. I been working on some stories, so hopefully I'll have some work up on here soon. My OTP is Harry/Hermione, though I do like the idea of Ron/Luna. Some of my other interests include: drawing, comic books, listening to music, and playing and watching basketball among other things.
Summary: The full moon comes out and is treated to the strange dancing rituals of queer creatures.
This was written for the Hogsmeade Creature Feature Drabble Challenge, though this turned out to be a poem. :)
Is this another Remus poem? I absolutely love this one!! I love how you describe the moon! I had to look up the French words though, I don't know any French haha!
Author's Response: No, not a Remus poem. It is about mooncalves, which are queer dancing creatures. Sorry about the French, but I found it to work out in order to give the poem a tranquil feeling. Thanks for the review!
Summary: The inequalities of the wizarding world run high among the werewolves, causing them to be shunned from society.
This was written for the Off With Your Head challenge in the Poetry Anyone? forum.
I think this really exemplifies how Remus must have felt at times being shunned from society. This is great poem! I think the rhyming scheme is pretty good :)
Author's Response: This poem was the bane of my existence (if you will pardon the pun) because it needed to have meter, and frankly, meter and I are not the best of friends. :) But I pulled through, and now I can say I have attempted it. Thanks for your review!
Summary: Why is it that she, his one love, will not hear him as he wallows in misery?
Title is borrowed from the song, "Hear Me," by Kelly Clarkson.
Hi Nagini! Great poem! Is this about Harry and Ginny? It seems like it could be during the Horcrux hunt. Anyways great poem! :)
Author's Response: actually, its about sev/lily, but i suppose your interpretation works. :) thanks for the review.