Summary: Everybody knows what happened to Regulus Black.
The boy with such sad wings should stay off tall buildings
And keep away from high wires;
There's no circus left to join
Title: And Righted Up A Falling Man
Disclaimer: Not mine, etc.
Character(s)/Pairing(s): Regulus, Regulus/Snape, Regulus/OFC, Sirius
Rating: PG-13, for boy kissing and one brief mention of a sexual act
Summary: War looks very different when it's happening outside one's own house. Regulus learns and is condemned for his knowledge.
Notes: Written in five double drabbles, thereby equaling 1000 words without the chapter titles. All titles are quotes taken from H.D. Thoreau, because I’m in love with him. Not beta’d. All mistakes my own, etc. Concrit welcome.
Title: Not For You and Me
Pairing: Severus Snape/Regulus Black
Other Characters: Albus Dumbledore, Voldemort, Lucius Malfoy, Bellatrix Lestrange
Summary: Regulus’ death, the events leading up to it, and its aftermath as seen through the eyes of his lover, Severus Snape.
Word Count: 3241
Warnings: Implied slash, violence, character death, suicide, angst, termination of pregnancy. Implied non-con.
Author’s Notes: This is the seventh and final story in a series of seven stories on Regulus Black/Severus Snape done for 7spells for prompt set 5 #5: Ribbons. Click here to view the complete listing of stories for this series. The song Voldemort sings is a traditional song called “The House Carpenter or James Harris the Daemon Lover.” This song is #243 in Francis J. Child’s Ballads. The Lady Macbeth speech Bellatrix quotes is from Shakespeare’s Macbeth Act I scene V.