By Linda M. Crate Word Count: 115 Rating: G Summary: A poem of a Christmas with no snow. it doesn't feel festive nor right that christmas is coming and there is no psalm of white snow lilting across the land promising a new hope and redemption for the end of one year and a chorus... Continue Reading →
By Phoenix, April 30, 2015 Word Count: 1031 Rating: G Summary: A classic tale in verse Part 2: Wandering Long she wandered through the land Til coming to a fen she wove A cape and hood of rushes And donning them she covered Her rich and costly clothes And coming to a great house She... Continue Reading →
By Ashutosh Jha Word Count: 104 Rating: G Summary: A Poem about Hermione Granger You're the one who always stood. Together we messed up everything. The polyjuice potion made you a beautiful kitten. All the spells that hardly anyone remembered, They all were at your finger tips. You’re so intelligent, you're so bold. But for... Continue Reading →
By Phoenix, April 30, 2015 Word Count: 1031 Rating: G Summary: A classic tale in verse Part 1 "Once there lived a very rich man Who three daughters did have..."
By Phoenix, April 30, 2015 Word Count: 1031 Rating: G Summary: A classic tale in verse Part 1: Once Upon a Time Once there lived a very rich man Who three daughters did have He thought to ask them one fine day How each did love him so To see how fond each daughter was... Continue Reading →
Our 2017 Winter Themed Issue is here! Yes, the theme of the issue is Winter and Christmas. Fanfiction, original fiction, poetry, articles on many different aspects of the season & more - it's all here!
By Lawrence Hall Word Count: 92 Rating: G Summary: The poet muses on the weather. An errant frog’s the only voice to sing The day to sleep in this warm, blustery dusk. The whippoorwill of yesternight is still; The deep-voiced owl is silent too. The wind And damp have silenced even the twilight dogs (Do... Continue Reading →
By Lucy Potter Word Count: 277 Rating: G Summary: Harry Potter taunts Voldemort. Now the dream sparks The tale I heard said you were a cunning boy just as I had suspected of one so cold You craft a horcrux Myrtle's spirit lives again it's not enough and you are back on the prowl You... Continue Reading →
RIVER DANCER By linda m. crate Word count: 134 Rating: G Summary: The poet experiences light-heartedness on to a riverbank. when i lay upon river stones using rocks as a pillow the river sang to me a song, and i rested, comforted by the music of the wild as crows danced and sang around me... Continue Reading →