Poem: Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone - An Anthology
One dark stormy night Harry Potter lay awake When the door pounded loudly And started to shake.
His uncle shouted "Now you go away!" The giant of a man Had something to say.
"My name is Hagrid And I've brought you a treat." But soon a tail soon adorned Cousin Dudley's pajama seat.
"Harry, you're a wizard," By Hagrid he was told While finally his past Began to unfold.
“Your mum and dad Were killed one night Fighting honorably For that which is right.
“Your letter is here An invitation of sorts To attend a school By the name of Hogwarts.
“I'll take you shopping For what you will need Your wand and your cauldron And spell books to read.
"Those clothes you are wearing Will simply not do. So a trip to Madame Malkin’s Is in order, too."
They shopped for hours Then Hagrid gave him a ticket "Mind you don't lose it; In a safe place stick it."
Then he said farewell And in a flash he was gone. Harry was left waiting For September 1st's dawn.
A/N: Thank you to my beta Arnel.