At the time I am mostly writing poetry, but I am planning to write a few one-shots or something like that whenever I get the chance.
If you're reading this, then I feel pretty important and famous, that there at least some interest in my writing and/or personality.
Unfortunately, you will not find much of the latter here, as I don't want to go into purpotless facts. Rather, this provision is a facetious excuse for me to saturate this page with as many voluminous words achievable. =)
Sometimes I quit writing fanfiction for awhile, not sure why, it just sort of happens. I run out of ideas or something, but I come back eventually once I get a smack on the head.
Reviews are an odd thing. Everyone likes them, (most) people are too dignified to beg for them and few people give them. Please spare the confusion and spread the love, stories with no reviews should be reviewed on the spot.
Summary: Dumbledore ponders on Harry's ability to carry on the fight after he is gone. Enjoy.
Summary: Who would want a werewolf as a dinner guest? No one, that's who, and this poem is why. My creative writing teacher always said that humour is a disposable experience... but he's not around here, is he?
Summary: Harry reflects on the unworthy praise and attention he receives for baring a scar from the night his parents were killed.
This poem is inspired by Wilfred Owen's "The End" and was submitted by mcclure_512 of Ravenclaw House for the December Poetry Challenge.
Summary: ‘What faith has harnessed to the jaws of man / that flinches with the metronome of hope?’
Ginny has been attacked and it is uncertain whether she will live or die (sigh). Harry Potter struggles with his emotions and almost hopeless situation in the outlet of iambic pentameter.
Summary: 'Some feel the rain, some just get wet.'
This poem is inspired from that quote from Bob Dylan. Harry Potter is feeling a bit vengeful towards Voldemort these days and channels his anger into the rain. Free verse poetry, so I'm a bit out of my domain.
Summary: James Potter reflects over what's most important in his life in a poetic note to Lily. This poem was written for the Hufflepuff Covert Cupid activity on the forums, and is somewhat my first journey into romance.
Summary: This poem is based on Edgar Allen Poe's The Raven. Harry hasn't been feeling his best lately, so what happens when Voldemort shows up for a nightime visit in order to taunt Harry's shattered dispression? Well, I don't think you'll find the answer in the summary... so read away and watch out for the abundant HBP Spoilers throughout the poem.
Summary: This one is about our good friend Severus Snape. For obvious reasons, he’s hasn’t been feeling too delightful lately, and his thoughts throw him into a spiral of fear and guilt.
Summary: A poem about a character seeing something very unexpected within themself. Not a long poem, but hopefully worth the read. It does not really pertain to one character alone, but if you can guess which one I had in mind I will certainly offer you my congratulations!