It wasn’t simply her exquisite face, her lustrous hair or her graceful curves that moved the cynical poet within him – it was seeing it all bound before him, bent to any of his dark whims, and the slow death of the fire in her eyes that stirred his shadowed soul.Category: Completed Short Stories
Unredeemed!Draco - smut-free, but too dark for firsties.
Your imagery and use of language is fantastic, and I love the complete emotional picture you present Draco in- hauntingly beautiful, you can't help but love him even through his depravity. You did a really good job presenting the sort of obsene pleasure he takes from pain, feeding off of Ginny's fear into the height of carnal pleasure. Well done.
Although your writing style is different, it reminds me of a fic I just finished writing, and am about to post on the site. Write more!
Author's Response: *Grins* Thanks very much! I\'m not sure if I should feel worried or vindicated that someone else still finds him atractive, despite his twisted psyche. Congrats on braving the world of darkfic - we can always use more! I\"ve got a few WIPs on the hard drive, but they have to fit in around uni. Hopefully something will happen soon.
Master I beg of you/ For one last time, I, the Slave, will beg you/ Do not let that Monster win/ My love, do not let your father win.Category: Poetry
That was incredibly good! I don't think it would be as good, really, if you made it into a story. There is a sort of rhythm, a movement to it that flows in and out of the reader's mind and heart and emotions that would break off if the work was not written in verse. I love the ending. You've managed to make this into a complete story, almost, with a twist at the ending that one does not expect. I particularly liked the repitition of the lines "Underneath the blankets of night..." and those following. Actually, the first part, before you brought up the Monster, reminded me of one of my fics, in the descriptiveness of everything. It was interesting to see how you began with a similar intro and then evolved an entirely different plot. The whole thing was very beautifully done, and I hope that you post more, whether verse or prose- you obviously have talent.
Ginny, who is engaged to Harry, remembers and looks back on her relationship with Draco.Category: Completed Short Stories
This is really good. You were right, Forbidden Mourning is kind of like this one. I liked the ending- it was saddening. It was also really saddening to me, for some reason, to read the part where Draco said, “Gin, if I don’t come back, I want you to marry Potter and move on.” Having her write a letter to Draco, for others to find the next day, was a nice touch. I hope you post more fics, your writing is good!
Author's Response: Thank you sooooo much!! Im really glad you liked it. Thanks for reading it!