Summary: We knew, though she’d not said a word, that even the best of love must die, and had been savagely undone. - W.B. Yeats
Summary: He thinks he's supposed to feel guilty, but he doesn't. A continuation of A Cold Heaven.
Summary: The war, that’s just ended and there is blood still fresh on his hands, wounds still raw in his heart. Those empty spaces, they’re bigger than ever. There are ghosts of familiar faces sitting next to him, talking to him, sharing memories.
Summary: Even in death, James shines brighter than Sirius. But he’s no longer jealous, knows that it’s just borrowed light; James glows when he’s loved. He was always loved, will always be loved.
Summary: But think about old friends the most: Time’s bitter flood will rise. A story told through photographs in which Remus remembers. Remus/Tonks.
Summary: Vague memories, nothing but memories,/
But in the grave all, all, shall be renewed. R/S, R/T
Summary: When Voldemort began his rise to power, and the Blacks clutched to his beliefs as though they were a promise made of silver, Sirius seemed to be the only one who knew that silver could be tarnished.
Summary: It’s the countdown to a breakdown. Lovers, friends, and those he thought were friends—it doesn’t matter what they were, all that matters is what they are—gone, dead; some buried beneath the surface of the earth, some beneath the surface of his skin. Post-Halloween 1981, RL/SB
Summary: Hope, loyalty, love, despair, and tragedy. Through it all, Lily discovers the truth about the Marauders, the affable troublemakers who hide behind smokescreens but still glitter in shattered light. They aren't the glorious, graceful men they are often perceived as, but stumbling, awkward boys who are still trying to find their way out of darkness.
Summary: “He does the only thing that he can. He tells Harry a story about four boys in school, magic, smoke screens and tricks of light, about a beautiful girl that they'd loved in different ways and a prince without a crown who did everything that he could and nothing that he said he would but was kind and gentle and universally adored.”