For dirigibleplums' Musical Muse Challenge
The ending to a love story that maybe wasn't love.
"the beautiful me of your fantasies doesn't exist"
From "Siren," by Sunmi
Right, I thought, it’s time. Get into character. Prepare for school.
I needed to get into character because the person I was at school wasn’t the same person I was at home. That is, my opinions and attitudes and the like were generally the same, but there was one key difference. At school, everyone thought I was in love with Draco Malfoy.
A Pansy Parkinson fic set on the first day of sixth year.
Banner by everafter @ TDA.
"I'm not what you want,
You said what I never could."
Lyrics from "Always" by The Birthday Massacre.
| Banner Lucie Longhorn at thedarkarts |
If only they knew where to begin.
amazing banner by seraphine.@tda!
"It's a very Greek idea, and a very profound one. Beauty is terror. Whatever we call beautiful, we quiver before it."
- The Secret History, Donna Tart
A crown of pretty pansies is all she's ever wanted - and then she realises that they're splattered with blood.
Banner by Em! aka Pointless_Proclamations
Pansy Parkinson is a Proper Pureblood Witch with Plenty of Problems
Spectacular banner by JoanneK @ TDA!
Written for gryffiefan's Pansy In The Limelight Challenge.
I peer down the length of the chapel and can just barely see Draco's almost white hair above the crowd. I smile to myself.
As a girl Pansy Parkinson had learned quickly to be the perfect picture of a pureblood princess. As a fully grown witch living in a world far different than the one she was promised, she learned who she had to please to get by. But every so often, she feels a different kind of tug.
Perfect banner by abhorsen. @ TDA!
In the wake of the Second Wizarding War, people with connections to the Death Eaters are being summoned to the Ministry for an interview that will determine whether they can keep their wands. With her father among the Death Eater ranks, and her brother one of the werewolves in Greyback’s pack, on parchment Liv Montague is no different from her peers. Yet one thing sets her apart from the rest: the confession to murder that she’s waiting to make.