Harry should know better than to litter in the Forbidden Forest.
Lupin thinks, in some way, Snape must be his to lose.
Snape arrived unannounced -- much as Sirius had, months before -- with nothing but the clothes on his back.
The Boy Who Lived should have belonged to Severus.
The Moon rises, the Moon sets, the Earth turns and you're still there. Sequel to "All Right," "All True," "All the Time" and "All at Once."
Someone is clowning around at Snape's expense, or so Snape thinks.
Harry stopped believing in good and evil the week his parents, Sirius and Regulus all came back from the dead.
"Stand aside," the Dark Lord told her, "and you will walk safely from this house." Title adapted from William Styron's 'Sophie's Choice'.
Harry finds his one-time teacher and present colleague performing an unfamiliar ritual.
Two boys go camping with one sleeping bag and Sirius gets a lesson in Muggle resourcefulness.
Sequel to Valentine. The stage of grief after denial is anger.
Snape can't fix Dumbledore's hand, nor many of the other consequences of Voldemort's actions.
Lupin would have recognized Snape anywhere, but it was still a shock to see him in the Muggle hospital tent.
Regulus is in the hospital wing. Only his brother may be able to save him, if he can stand the humiliation.
By the time he was Draco's age, Lucius already knew not to cry in front of his father.
When an Auror's entire personality changes, you'd think the others would pay more attention.
Lupin has a job to do concerning Snape; Snape has a job to do concerning Lupin. Sequel to "Subterfuges."
Lupin made the mistake of believing what he'd been told once, with Sirius; he won't make the same mistake with Snape.
Even after Sirius has come to lie low, Remus has nightmares.
Nothing will blossom in the City of Light or the Kingdom of Heaven, but in darker, quieter places. Sequel to "Undergrowth."
The house is old, the garden's a jungle, and Lupin isn't sure what can be salvaged. Sequel to "Escapism."
Everything can change in an instant, but that doesn't make it ``easier to hold on to the moment.
It's hard to keep your balance when the world has shifted.
Lupin's had enough of magic.
Each "yes" gets a little easier.
Snape could stand the pain if he could face the memories.
Sometimes it takes a few minutes just to understand the question.
Remus finds the card near the bottom of Severus' bedside chest.
Sibyll Trelawney is a daughter and granddaughter of Seers, yet her Sight has never been clear.
Remus and Sirius exchange Christmas gifts at Hogwarts and at Grimmauld Place.
It may well be that in a difficult hour/Pinned down by pain and moaning for release/Or nagged by want past resolution's power/I might be driven to sell your love for peace/Or trade the memory of this night for food./It may well be. I do not think I would.
Before the world ends, Snape has one more thing to prove to himself and Lupin.
It had always been easy for Sirius to hate Severus Snape.
There were rumors about the reclusive potion-makers who lived at the outskirts of Glastonbury.
Molly Weasley has had enough of watching two unhappy men avoid each other.
Narcissa Malfoy opens a door at the worst possible moment.
Remus Lupin leaves Hogwarts after hearing of a witch who may be able to cure his condition.
In some ways it's easier for Sirius being a dog.