Good day, folks!
It is I,
Gilderoy Lockhart. Nah, just Anne..
ooo-kay, now, how do I start?
I'm a student, who absolutely loves reading, From the poem below, (not my creation, hats off to the actual poet), you can guess my fav books... Only, there's another one, called Lockwood and Co. please do check it out.
Once I read a book about a girl on fire,
and I read a book about a fearless Prior.
I read a book about a boy with a wand,
and I read a book about a girl whose drawings respond.
I read a book about a boy with demigod power,
and I read a book about a girl whose weakness made her flower.
I read a book about a boy trapped in a maze
and I saw a time lord who had experienced great grief.
The girl on fire taught me to never give up
and the fearless girl taught me that all is corrupt
The boy who lived taught me to follow my fate,
along with the ruined girl whose destiny was great.
The son of Poseidon taught me to be a hero,
and the girl with cancer taught me to live for today,
as there may be no tomorrow.
The boy who ran in the maze taught me to always believe,
and the man with a TARDIS taught me to never walk away.
They taught me to look up when things look bleak,
and make me strong when I, myself, am weak.
They showed me that I don’t need a wand or a knife,
to be the savior of my fictional life.
Katniss Everdeen was a tribute in someone else’s games,
and Tris Prior was brave and chose the faction with flames.
Harry Potter saved the world with the help of his friends,
and Clary Fray was a shadowhunter who knew everything ends.
Percy Jackson was a demigod who stopped the evil from rising,
and Hazel Grace Lancaster was a girl with losses of the dying.
Thomas was a boy who helped in saving the world from the Flare,
and The Doctor was a man who saved the universe forevermore.
We call them the heroes of our generation,
but we can be the heroes and our own inspiration.
Perhaps when I start writing, I'll change my profile...