A is for Albus, the mentor and sage.
B is for Binns of incredible age.
C is for Cedric, whose death bereaved Amos.
D is for Dursley, the great ignoramus.
E is for Errol the elderly owl.
F is for Fawkes, who is Dumbledore’s fowl.
G is for Gryffindor, home of the brave.
H is for House-elves who want to be slaves.
I is Imperio, stealing the will.
J is Jo Rowling, who writes with such skill.
K is a traitorous house-elf named Kreacher.
L is for Lupin, the good Defense
M is for Moody, whom none dare annoy.
N is for Neville, worth twelve of Malfoy.
O, Ollivander’s, the best place for wands.
P is for Potter, Patronus, and Prongs.
Q is for Quidditch, with Quaffle and rings.
R is for Ron, who is Weasley our King.
S is for Snape and his Slytherin sneer.
T is Trelawney, occasional Seer.
U is for Umbridge, who had Harry framed.
V is for Vol-He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named.
W, Wands and their magical cores.
X is the mark on the Ministry doors.
Y is Yvonne, who’s Petunia’s friend.
Z is Zabini, of gender