Just a little D/G lovin' poetry style.Category: Poetry
I quite liked this! It reminded me of song lyrics- in my head I kind of sang it to the tune of 'How to be dead', by Snow Patrol. Nice one...
They don't hold hands when they walk anymore and it troubles her to no end. But she is not the only one greatly troubled and when the silence is finally broken, a few tears will be shed.Category: Completed Short Stories
I absolutely adore Draco written like this! I love your idea that Ginny can love in Draco what she hates in other men. I thought this story was beautifully considered and written- perhaps you'll write something similarly styled from Draco's POV? Maybe if we all say pretty please? X
Post HBP warfic. Can two people find comfort in one of the darkest times and places?Category: Completed Short Stories
I really liked this...well done!!!
Ginny wants to stop playing Quidditch, but her captain encourages her to stay so she can play against Draco's team. Both Ginny and Draco discover something about themselves during the game, as well as afterwards.Category: Completed Short Stories
Author's Response: Thanks!
Award-winning fic from the D/G Fic Exchange on LJ. Ginny Weasley just got her first job as a curator for the Wizarding Museum of London. Too bad her permanent employment rests on convincing the one and only Draco Malfoy to help out her museum.Category: Completed Short Stories
I really enjoyed that! I think we're all dying for a sequel here!
Author's Response: I know, I know...one of my good friends has actually been bugging me for quite some time about a sequel. I just don\'t know what else to write, my plot bunny has hopped away!!
A poem from Ginny's perspective about Draco, her lost love. Fairly short. "I remember all our secret meetings/ Our deception/ Your masque hugging your porcelain features so delicately/"Category: Poetry
Reviews more than welcome!
Oh, do I get cookies? The source is Cyrano de Bergerac, no? I love that film, and you've just made me remember how hot I thought Vincent Perez was as Christian! I though this was a very lovely poem, very sad. Ginny loses her love, just like Roxanne. *Sniff*
Author's Response: Yes! Good job! I loved that movie too. *throws cookies* Thanks for reviewing, and I\'m glad you thought it was lovely. This is actually another work that I have modified a little bit from its original state to fit to be Draco/Ginny.
“I know you,” she said softly. “I know that marriage is the last thing on your mind. I don’t want you thinking I’m dying for a sparkling diamond on my finger and happily ever after and all that.”Category: Completed Short Stories
“Don’t you?” he asked simply.
This was so adorable. I really liked it!!!