Summary: A sonnet on the Battle of Hogwarts.
Summary: Frank Bryce remembers his brother.
Summary: This has been the hardest time to be a Ravenclaw that I’ve yet known.
Summary: Hermione reflects during Ron's absence.
Summary: The last of six brothers, he is expected to do great things like they did. He wishes, though, to be the brightest of them all.
Summary: The Peverell brothers attempted to cheat Death.
Only one came close.
Disclaimer: I am not JK Rowling.
Summary: A basilisk waits in the dark to be freed.
He who robs me of my purse robs me of nothing.
Twas mine, tis his, and has been slave to thousands.
The stars are far brighter
Than gems without measure,
The moon is far whiter
Than silver in treasure.
--J. R. R. Tolkien
There are some who, were the sun pure gold, would snatch it from the sky.
This poem got third place in the first PA challenge I ever participated in, The Anniversary Challenge v.2. :D It has also been nominated for a 2013 QSQ.
Summary: Harry doesn't realize that he has a special gift that will make him destined to fight the greatest evil of all.
Summary: Treasures are found where others might not seek to look. Bill/Fleur.
Nominated for Best Poem in the 2013 Quicksilver Quill Awards
Summary: Hermione Granger is many things, and she is not just a sweet little girl.
Summary: Voldemort laments his final battle from beyond the grave …
Summary: Arthur Weasley falls asleep on the job, not realizing the danger lurking behind the corner.
Summary: Ariana's death haunts Albus.
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: 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: 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.