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11/07/04




a memory guilded in red and gold
beauty guarded and never sold
I keep it with me wherever I go
and I love you still
no matter how a story will unfold
you know I always will
have part of you here
in this souvenir
this sweet Spanish doll


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Stories by Lycanthropist

Wolves of Gomorrah by Lycanthropist

Rated: Professors • 5 Reviews
Summary: When Greyback had first established the Underground, he had not anticipated the place to become so primitive and instinctual. He understood the wolvesí needs to fulfill their bodily functions and drives, but his need to infect was stronger.

Journey to Perfection by Lycanthropist

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 182 Reviews
Summary: Remus Lupin has not always had an easy or a happy life, but now after resigning from a job he loved and enjoyed, he's forced to once again sulk on his lonely and bitter existence. Wallowing in his self-pity, Remus ventures into the Hog's Head, only to meet a erudite woman that may just help to disrupt the monotony his life has become. Remus/OC, Post-POA.

Featured Story - March 2005

Discord by Lycanthropist

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 5 Reviews Past Featured Story
Summary: Pansy Parkinson was not an exact replica of what her parents had always longed for in a daughter, nor was she their endorsement for having made a respectable, consummated marriage. Whether others wanted to believe it or not, she had reasons for the way she looked at the world as she did. She wasn't anybody's little brainwashed, porcelain wind-up doll.

The Sun Has Risen by Lycanthropist

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 9 Reviews
Summary: Lily Evans, though popular and kind, has at times felt the need to distance herself from the world, to contemplate on the those she loves and those that annoy. On the train ride home to her last summer before her seventh year, she realizes that there are some people that she'll never quite figure out, but that maybe there's more to them than she had ever truly thought.