Weasleys
By Moony

Disclaimer: I don't own Harry Potter. (Anyone else notice how boring my Disclaimers have been, lately?)

AN: I wrote this when I was very bored. I think it was during Socials Class, which makes it acceptable.
Hope you enjoy reading it as much as I did writing it!

PS: Though I've submitted two other poems ("A Pseudo-Minstrel's Attempt at Verse" and "Princes Rouge: Always and Forever"), I have no talent for writing poetry. So, I'm sorry!


Seven sets of hair, flaming red,
Seven sets of freckled heads.
Seven grins, so good to see,
Seven Weasleys as cute as could be.

Eldest is Bill, who loves to immerse
Himself in his work, where he breaks the curse
of a tomb in Egypt where there is plenty of gold
For the bank of Gringotts, for the goblins of old.

Then comes Charlie, a wonderful seeker.
When it comes to dragons, everyone's weaker.
He's an expert, a pro, the best in the field.
His "Stupefy" charms must be a burden to wield.

Third born is Percy, a brainy young man.
He'll break not a rule, even if he can.
He's ambitious, reserved, and boring, too.
O.W.L.'s and N.E.W.T.'s, he got quite a few.

Next is Fred, the prankster twin.
Along with George, they always win.
Dungbombs, toffees, and creams they can jinx.
Says Percy: "They'll get theirs someday, methinks."

We come to Ron, who I think's the best.
He's not a Prefect or athlete, but he beats all the rest
When it comes to chess. He's sarcastic and brave.
He's not the smartest, but it's him that I crave. (^_^)

Finally, Ginny, the only girl, she is.
Of Harry, she wishes for just one kiss.
Happy, chattery, and brave deep inside.
For her, her brothers have much loving pride.

Seven sets of hair, flaming red,
Seven sets of freckled heads.
Seven grins so good to see,
Seven Weasleys as cute as could be.


Well, that's it. Please R&R!