clovenbuttercup: (Padfoot)

Title: The Sticking Place
Warnings: None
Character(s): Sirius Black, Remus Lupin
Pairing(s): Sirius Black/Remus Lupin
Rating: T
Notes: Set, I think, somewhere in the MWPP well before the tragedy at Godric’s Hollow. The quote at the beginning, and thus the title, is from Shakespeare's Macbeth.
Summary: In the end, saying the words is easier than you thought.

It’s easy enough, in the end. )

clovenbuttercup: (Remus/Sirius)

Title: Anything At All
Rating: G
Archive Warning: No Archive Warnings Apply
Category: M/M
Characters: Sirius Black, Remus Lupin
Relationship: Sirius Black/Remus Lupin
Notes: This can, arguably, sit in either the MWPP time period or during Sirius’ period of incarceration in Grimmauld Place; for me, I think, it sits in the former. It’s flangst, or fluffy angst, which I hope will make sense to you once you’ve read it.
Summary: ‘You can tell me anything. You know that, don’t you?’

Anything At All )

clovenbuttercup: (Padfoot)

Title: Unspoken
Rating: G
Archive Warning: No Archive Warnings Apply
Category: M/M
Characters: Sirius Black, Remus Lupin
Relationship: Sirius Black/Remus Lupin
Notes: Set in the same universe as Hope And Glory, this drabble tells of the early days of Remus’ and Sirius’ new relationship.
Summary: It doesn’t matter that you haven’t yet managed to verbalise what you feel.

Everything’s still brand-new between you. )

clovenbuttercup: (Moony)

Title: Hope And Glory
Rating: G
Archive Warning: No Archive Warnings Apply
Category: M/M
Relationship: Sirius Black/Remus Lupin
Notes: Set somewhere between the Marauders’ Hogwarts days and the tragedy at Godric’s Hollow, with Remus and Sirius both a part of the Order of the Phoenix, this drabble tells of the slow but important changes taking place in their relationship as they gravitate towards each other.
Summary: It’s a gradual thing.

It’s slow to happen, when it does, with no particular point where you stop being just friends and become something more; it’s a gradual thing.

You find you grow closer to each other as time passes; each narrow escape, each brush with death, binds one to the other in ways no-one else understands.  And after a while, you stop trying to explain.

Always close, you become inseparable; it happens almost without either of you noticing.  You’re a couple in every way long before you acknowledge the fact and, from that point, your becoming lovers is a mere matter of time.

clovenbuttercup: (Moony)

Title: The Domino Effect
Rating: T
Setting: Prisoner of Azkaban
Character(s): Remus Lupin, Sirius Black (mentioned), Peter Pettigrew (mentioned)
Pairing(s): Remus Lupin/Sirius Black
Notes: This explores Remus’ year teaching at Hogwarts. Most of the focus is on Remus’ relationship with Sirius and his [Remus’] inability to be completely convinced that Sirius is guilty of the crimes of which the Ministry (and the Wizarding world at large) accuse him. And when a supposedly long-dead Peter Pettigrew appears on the Marauders’ Map ...
Disclaimer: Characters you recognise belong to J. K. Rowling.
Summary: You never were a true believer in the official line.

<A domino effect, or chain reaction, is the cumulative effect produced when one event sets off a chain of similar events. )

clovenbuttercup: (Remus/Sirius)

I identify with both of them, but for different reasons.  As far as a preference goes, Moony is my favourite character in the whole Potter fandom.  I know his lycanthropy was at least originally meant to be an analogue for HIV-AIDS and wasn't there something about how people treat those with disabilities?

I have invisible disabilities and have first-hand experience of how differently people treat you once they know you have them so, in a way, it's almost inevitable that I'd identify most strongly with Remus.  Fanon, at least, tends to portray Remus as reticent and with self-esteem/self-worth issues (I am less convinced of their existence in the canon), and as I have self-esteem/self-worth issues it's another reason to identify with Remus.

The reasons I identify with Sirius mostly surround his obvious mental health issues.  I've never been framed for murder or unjustly imprisoned, but I have spent most of the last twenty years battling against major depression and it's damn clear (to me) that Sirius is at the very least badly depressed while he's trapped in Grimmauld Place.

clovenbuttercup: (Moony)

Title: The Tipping Point
Character(s)/POV: Remus Lupin, Sirius Black. Mentions of James Potter and Peter Pettigrew.
Pairing: Remus Lupin/Sirius Black
Rating: T
Notes: This is set during MWPP's Hogwarts years, just before Moony discovers his friends' work to become Animagi.
Timeline: MWPP Hogwarts Years
Disclaimer: Characters, etc., you recognise belong to J. K. Rowling.
Summary: Remus has had enough.

The tipping point is where a series of small changes or incidents becomes significant enough to cause a larger, more important, change. )


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