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Dark Times Indeed
Fudge sighed. “What if things are already too dark and too divided to put them back the way they were again?” “They cannot ever go back to the way they were Cornelius,” Dumbledore told him darkly. “Once we push back the evil forces at work here, we must not take things back to the way they were, or another evil force will rise in place of the one that will fall, and we will be back to the exact same battle all over again with a different enemy.”
The Glum of Night
Severus Snape strode angrily past the two aurors guarding the front gate to the school. They had tried to stop him in the darkness to verify his identity, but he had hurriedly flashed them his ID and they had let him pass, seeing the angry look on his face and not wanting to deal with him.
A Father's Love
Harry ran a hand through his messed up hair and sat down on the edge of his bed. He needed something to distract himself, and his broom, leaning against the side of his wardrobe caught his eye. If only he could sneak outside, he thought. At least Ron would be proud if he managed to get past the auror guards. What could they do to him if he got caught? Turn him into Dumbledore or Snape? He’d get a slap on the wrist, if that.
“Don’t be lying to me,” he told him seriously. “I’ve never had anything… not like you. I’ve never had a real friend who wasn’t in it for himself. If you double cross me…”
In Place of Hate
Ginny raised her brow, and said, “Ron’s having a fit because he can’t find you. You might want to let him know where you’ve been before he goes out on a hunt for Voldemort.”
A Brother Lost
This was too much for Ron, who said loudly, “You can’t be serious Harry.” Draco paused and stood straight again. Harry looked over at him silently and Ron raised a hand helplessly confused, and said, “Come on, tell him the joke so he can go sit at his own table.” “There’s no joke Ron.”
A House Divided
“Haven’t seen you much the last couple days,” she said, trying to make conversation.
“Come on coward,” Ron said, repeating the name that seemed to have won over Draco’s anger. “You going to let me get away with that?”
Harry The Slytherin
“It was the truth though!” Harry said indignantly. Severus gave him a sympathetic look. “Truth or not, it has never stopped Gryffindors from claming that I take the side of my own house over others before..."
The Thickness of Blood
At the bottom of the steps to the Dungeons, Draco giggled and said, “Guess we showed him… didn’t even have to pull our wands out and he looked cowed.” Harry wasn’t laughing though, because he was looking past Draco to where Snape was standing in his open office door with his arms crossed.
An Ugly Beast
“Draco, get down!”
A Ministry Mess
In his mind, Draco knew he would do anything for Ginny, and it frightened him. Since when had he decided she was that important?
“There’s a lot of people on that list.”
At the Bottom
“What, may I ask, was that?” Draco bit his lip. “A zebra sir?”
“Get up,” Snape said angrily. Draco stayed where he was but stared up into his eyes.
Et tu Draco?
“You don’t want to do this.”
Harry opened his eyes. “What happened?”
The Depth of Darkness
“DAMN YOU SEVERUS SNAPE!” The words rang in the silence of the empty bathroom. They rang in his empty life.
"Harry would want us to remember all that was good about him, not how he isn’t here anymore. If people look at the good example Harry set about how to be good and righteous, then he’s not really dead… just living on in a different way… through us.”
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