Doesn’t Feel Like Christmas

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 →

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Surprise Float

SURPRISE FLOAT By Amanda Word count: 1122 Rating: G Summary: Phil and Judy have a surprise for Bob and Betty's young son. (Featuring characters from the movie White Christmas) “When’s the parade going to start? It’s so cold!” I exclaim, shifting from one foot to the other. Mommy and Daddy had made me get up really... Continue Reading →

Hark How the Bells

HARK HOW THE BELLS By Anonymous Word count: 102 Rating: G Summary: The poet rejoices in the sound of Christmas bells Hark how the bells Are chiming, calling, pleading, begging Speaking sharply through the night Speaking secrets never answered Into ever dimming light Sweet silv’ry bells Shining, swinging, clanging, ringing Echoing o’er the empty city... Continue Reading →

Last Sunday After Pentecost

By Lawrence Hall Word Count: 124 Rating: G Summary: A poem of the triumph of the season of Advent over winter. A calling-crow-cold sky ceilings the world Lowering the horizon to itself, All silvery and grey upon the fields Of pale, exhausted, dry-corn-stalk summer. The earth is tired, the air is cold, the dawn False-promises... Continue Reading →

Christmas in Cokeworth: Chapter 8

Word Count: 29645 Rating: PG Summary: Harry and Snape spend Christmas together and come to understand one another a little better. Chapter 8: The Snow It Melts the Soonest        Just like his father. Snape repeated the thought, over and over again to himself, as he lay in bed that night. Of course the... Continue Reading →

Wishes: A Harry Potter Fan Fiction

By Aconitum-Napellus Word Count: 981 Rating: G Summary: Lily's sister Petunia thinks about what might have been. Sometimes, just sometimes, Petunia let herself look into Harry’s eyes, because there she saw Lily, and through Lily she saw her father, and something of her mother, and little glimpses of her grandparents, all of their eyes. It was... Continue Reading →

False Spring

By Lawrence Hall Word Count: Rating: G Summary: A poem about the "January thaw."   No spring is false when warm, sweet sunlight falls Upon the weathered field and woods and walls And frogs shake off the mud with much to sing While lizards leap and little bees take wing.   No spring is false... Continue Reading →

Christmas in Cokeworth: Chapter 7

By Avellina Balestri Word Count: 29645 Rating: PG Summary: Harry and Snape spend Christmas together and come to understand one another a little better. Chapter 7: The Running of the Deer          Snape and Harry woke up in the morning to the pleasant realization that “holiday tape” had run its course, and the uncomfortable... Continue Reading →

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