2012 Writer's Duel: Changing Impressions by HPFF United
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The Surprising Life of Hermione Granger by magicmuggle01
“Please Hermione please come back to me, I love you with all my heart I don’t know what I would do without you in my life. You and I are joined in a bond that I could never really understand. All I know is that I love you and if anything was to happen to you, my life would be totally empty and there would be an unfillable void that I could never fill.”
Toes In The Sand by JANNER
He was only having what he considered to be ‘fun’. She didn’t play by the rules. At least not his rules. Fate sets the rules, and they apply to everybody.
Street Thief by Keira7794
Mundungus Fletcher. Thief. Crook. Rotten. Coward. But not all appearances are as they seem. Sometimes the thief is fighting to survive. The crook has never been taught what's right and wrong. And the coward is braver then anyone would believe.
Things are Simple (on the moon) by ariellem
On the moon she'd have to talk to me, she wouldn't be able to ignore me anymore. I miss her, I miss us.
Regret - An Epiphany of Sorts by Fawkes_the_Pheonix
Can dark wizards feel regret? Can they realize, in the final moments of their lives, all the wrongs they have committed, all the people the have killed with out reason, and all the helpless men, women, and children whose lives they have ruined? Can the man who spent his entire life creating a new world order 'For the Greater Good' without regard for those he made suffer realize that he has led a life of murder, deceit, and evil?
Fleur's New Family by TheGoldenKneazle
All she wanted to do was run from the scene of destruction and pain before her, in the back of her own garden, but instead Fleur glanced at Bill beside her and steeled herself. She needed to be strong, over-riding the instinct to act weak, as had been programmed into her from a young age.
Tommy Boy by Millarz
Look through the eyes of a selfless toddler before people made him turn his back on the world and before the monster rose within him.
The Soul of a Soldier by Snapdragons
Prompt 2/Overall Winner. There have been three generations of children that Augusta Longbottom has raised.
The Girl and Her Boy by Infantasia
Pansy Parkinson was known for being obnoxious, snotty, brainless, and too obsessive for her own good. But even she had her redeeming quality, even if it was just one: she was willing to do anything for him.
And you, Peter? by Abhorsen
Peter has many years to remember that which is better left forgotten...
Petunia: A Seed Is Planted by Chocolate_Frog
And as she finished her sentence, the last word resonating into the clear air, the lily in the older girl’s hands blackened, turning to ash and scattering into the breeze...
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