The two Marauders who were outcasts in their own homes.I am Padfoot11333 of Hufflepuff and this is my entry for the Doomed Ship Valentine Ficathon.
Summary: Harry and Hermione find a small amount of comfort in the loss that they share whilst looking for Horcruxes.
Written for the Doomed Ship Valentine Ficathon, Prompt: Harry/Hermione.
Summary: A tribute to Alan Rickman through a poem about Severus Snape.
Summary: Legends and folklore are just stories...right?
One Muggletown is about to find out.
Written for the 7th Race to Halloween Triathlon
Summary: Ragnuk, King of the Goblins and master silversmith, forged a sword for Godric Gryffindor in the eleventh century. Here is the story of that complex business deal.
Written to the prompt of Good King Wenceslas for the 2015 Carol Challenge in the Great Hall. This poem was awarded First Place.
Summary: A magical horror of the tropical world consumes its final victim. Inspired by Newt Scamander's famous textbook.
Winner of Stage Three: A Monster Calls, of the Seventh Annual October Triathlon: Race To Hallowe'en, in the Great Hall.
Summary: Winky's Christmas song.
Summary: A poetic look at the oppressive sleep of the Inferi within the icy cave.
Written for the 2015 October Triathlon.
Summary: They rise from the depths of the icy water as he tries to save the professor from the horrors of that ghastly potion...Can he escape them?
Written for the 7th Annual October Triathlon. It won for Stage Two!
Summary: Severus Snape is born into adverse circumstances, and his coping mechanisms only cause more misery.
Summary: Vincent Crabbe is eighteen years old. And sadistic. And creepy.
Summary: Ann Boelyn, a Squib accused of being a witch, miscarries the heir to the throne and now faces execution.
Summary: The antics in the Room of Requirement lead Draco to face an enemy he fears: Death.
Summary: Pulvis et umbra sumus. We are dust and shadows. - Horace, Odes
The Black family is made of ashes.
This poem, based of the prompt above by Horace, won first place in the first round of the October Triathlon 2013.
Summary: Lily Potter stares out her bedroom window, waiting for danger to attack.
Summary: Shangri-la (shaŋ-gri-ˈlä) is a remote, beautiful, imaginary place where life approaches perfection.
Or, it is where Luna Lovegood finds herself one day, completely accidentally.
Summary: As the morning approaches on May 2, the embattled defenders of Hogwarts staunchly maintain their hope. They know that Harry will not fail them.
This poem was awarded First Place in The Carol Challenge of December 2014, in which standard Christmas songs and hymns are rewritten for the Potterverse. Google Light of the Lonely Pilgrim's Heart to see the original which inspired this poem.
Summary: Albus looks into the Mirror of Erised. What he sees is a little more than just socks...
Summary: Molly has studied history and knows the old stories, but she also knows what is really worthwhile in life.