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03/30/16




I am:


between the ages of 0 and 20


a proud Slytherclaw


an undying fan of the Ultimate Fan of The Boy Who Lived


married to Dennis Creevey


Norma Ivalyn Quartz

I am not:


giving up on Colin Creevey


divorcing anytime soon


changing my awesome name




You can usually find me doing something insane when I am not stuck in a room having white walls with jagged cracks, listening to the steady beep beep of a machine counting the seconds of my life as they trickle away, waiting. Always waiting. For someone to come or something to happen. Waiting and not being able to make a sense of this dreary existence in terms of time and space...


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Stories by chemicalflashes

Burning Skies by chemicalflashes

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 6 Reviews
Summary: There are worlds out there where the sky's burning...

A poem capturing the sense of being a Muggle-born during the treacherous times of 1997 and 1998 from Colin's point of view.

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Lines Of Ink by chemicalflashes

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 10 Reviews
Summary: Dean Thomas is numb with shock. Dumbledore died last night, and Dean cannot help but imagine how today is going to play out.

Choking On Unspoken Words by chemicalflashes

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 10 Reviews
Summary: He always wants to say something, wants these useless feelings to evacuate his soul and go out into the open but as each day rolls by, he feels that they are meant for nothing but a heavy weight attached to a noose running around his neck, slowly choking him until he falls to the ground in a heap of dead muscles and flesh.

Colin Creevey, Ginny Weasley and a mess of unexpressed feelings.

The Cave Of Skulls by chemicalflashes

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 8 Reviews
Summary: Perhaps the image of Tom Riddle that stared at them from the mirrors or the irrational paranoia that shook them every now and then would never leave them, but they could not stop living, could they?

Ersatz Excuses by chemicalflashes

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 8 Reviews
Summary: Orla Quirke was one strange girl and he was one strange boy. Her strangeness was the excuse for him to follow her. Or so he told himself.

Gasoline by chemicalflashes

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 9 Reviews
Summary: "Other people may need morale, a high self-esteem and a sense of appreciation of oneself to get through the day or to brave a war, but not him. All he needs is his can of gasoline and an engine to burn it in. Because he is not human; he is machine."

A look into the life of Colin Creevey.