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Title: Aprils Yet to Come
Words: 1844
Rating: PG
Prompt: Puddle jumpers
Author's notes: April 1981. Sirius, Harry and a dirty nappy. Angsty :(

Next April, my ponging Prongling, I will teach you how to jump in puddles )
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Title: Hung With Bloom Along the Bough
Words: 1616
Rating: PG for a foul-mouthed statue.
Prompt: Picture prompt of blossom. It made me think of Housman's poem, which made me think of this.
Author's notes: The poem quoted is A E Housman's 'Loveliest of Trees.' After the war, Remus Lupin lives in a house surrounded by cherry trees and waits to fade away. I like this one - it's more wistful than most of mine.

He understood the wanderlust that came with the empty aftermath of war )
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Title: Upholstery should be made of sterner stuff
Rating: PG for language
Length: 3080
Prompt:
(but
true

to the incomparable
couch of death thy
rhythmic
lover


thou answerest

them only with

spring)

- e. e. cummings

and

the weather in spring is rather finicky -- be sure to wear layers, with at least one good jumper!

Author's notes: Seventh year. Very silly ^_^ Title and odd allusion misquoted from Julius Caesar. Remus is butchering Mark Antony's speech.

In Which Remus Lupin Kills a Sofa )

In Which Remus Lupin Hosts a Wake... )

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