I draw and make music and write.
Even though all evidence points to the contrary: I do actually have a life.
Only half of it is caught up in JKR's world.
I like long walks on the beach, long bubble-baths and intoxicating smells, word-puzzles and soft massagges, firecrackers and colored lights, tons and tons of confetti and sweet popcorn in the movies.
And finally, I like biting into my ballpoint pen and imagining what it would be like if it suddenly transformed into a quill and my eraser into ink, my lined smooth paper into parchment.
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Currently Reading : The Children of Hurin by J.R.R. Tolkien
İnce Memed by Yaşar Kemal
6th-7th Years • 12 Reviews
A different perspective to the usual Marauder story. Friendship, violence, love... Look at the known story from Remus's pont of view.
3rd-5th Years • 2 Reviews
On love, loss and the duality of life.
Ginny stands alone after Harry's murder.
Poetry, with rhyme scheme, odd.
And I wonder, I wonder how many teardrops your name is worth
3rd-5th Years • 1 Reviews
On the melody and weapons of war. The dance of Phoenix and Dark Mark to translate the language of life and death.
Very symbolic -- warnings for those who understand the meaning beneath the riff-raff of words.
**Also HBP spoiler**
6th-7th Years • 2 Reviews
On Regulus and Orion Black and,
How the whispers of past shape the future.
And none of them notice as the stranger turns away from the luminous skull and snake, and begins walking the other way, his soft sigh of a word lost in the whisper of the falling snow.
3rd-5th Years • 0 Reviews
On time, webs and stars. A Severus Snape character exploration.
3rd-5th Years • 4 Reviews
Rubeus Hagrid was a wizard. A half-giant. And a decent man.
I tried, dad, I tried to make you proud
To Make Pride
is a one-shot character exploration of Rubeus Hagrid, taking him through his best and worst memories, to shape the man he is today.
I did, dad. I made you proud