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Harry, Ron, Hermione, Lupin, Snape, Sirius, Oliver, OC
Primary Relationship
Secondary Relationship(s)
Drama, Romance, Angst
Contains profanity, Mild violence, Scenes of a mild sexual nature, Scenes of a sexual nature, Substance abuse, Sensitive topic/issue/theme, Spoilers
Story Reviews
First Published
2019-11-05 8:46pm
Last Chapter
2020-01-04 12:00am
Last Updated
2020-03-31 8:12pm

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Ch. # Chapter Title Word Count Reviews
1 i.

'Tell me, what is it you plan to do / with your one wild and precious life?' - Mary Oliver

3,470 0
2 ii.

'The weight of the world is love. Under the burden of solitude, under the burden of dissatisfaction the weight, the weight we carry is love.' - Allen Ginsberg

3,439 0
3 iii.

'Tree you are, / Moss you are, / You are violets with wind about them. / A child -- so high -- you are, / And all this is folly to the world.' - Ezra Pound

3,017 0
4 iv.

'She needs fresh air, space, sunlight. She is full of such fiery youth, such a passion for living.' - Renée Vivien

3,740 0
5 v.

'How could she explain that coming from deep within herself it was already a victory to be half alive?' - Clarice Lispector

4,352 0
6 vi.

'The ache for home lives in all of us.' - Maya Angelou

3,414 0
7 vii.

'You learned to run from what you feel, and that's why you have nightmares. To deny is to invite madness. To accept is to control.' - Megan Chance

4,087 0
8 viii.

'Magic tumbled from her pretty lips and when she spoke the language of the universe -- the stars sighed in unison. - Michael Faudet

3,888 0
9 ix.

'Most days I am a museum of things I want to forget.' - E. E. Scott

4,830 0
10 x.

'Some nights I wake / and everything hurts / a little. It is / amazing how long / a ruined thing / will burn.' - Paul Guest

4,285 0
11 xi.

'Just because you are soft doesn't mean you are not a force. Honey and wildfire are both the color gold.' - Victoria Erickson

5,341 1
12 xii.

'Am I supposed to be / grateful / to have survived this?' - Brenna Twohy 

3,173 0
13 xiii.

'She facinates me because, radiantly young, she still embodies all the melancholy of autumn. She has learned to cherish with mournful tenderness a past she dares not remember.' - Renée Vivien

6,556 0
14 xiv.

'Beauty of blood. / Innocent beauty / flowering in my / weeping.' - Julia de Burgos

5,630 0
15 xv.

'To know what a person has done, and to know who a person is, are very different things.' - Hannah Kent

4,524 0
16 xvi.

'As other girls prayed for handsomeness in a lover, or for wealth, or for power, or for poetry, she had prayed fervently: let him be kind.' - Anaïs Nin

4,951 0
17 xvii.

'I am not what you supposed, but far different.' - Walt Whitman

4,559 0
18 xviii.

'Night is breathing close to us, dark, soft.' - Denise Levertov

4,137 0
19 xix.

'My heart aches in corners I did not know existed.' - Najwa Zebian

6,054 1
20 xx.

'i am / afraid / that if i / open / myself i will not / stop pouring. (why do i fear / becoming a river. what mountain / gave me such shame.)' - Jamie Oliveira

3,761 0
21 xxi.

'Don't be afraid to suffer; return that heaviness to the earth's own weight; heavy are the mountains, heavy are the seas.' - Rainer Maria Rilke

3,845 0
22 xxii.

'Every sound she utters is such / a cry of grief, all language could be / drowned in it. She makes me think that / the saddest words are only a failure to cry.' - Brendan Kennelly

3,975 1
23 xxiii.

'I need silence, and to be alone and to go out, and to save one hours to consider what has happened to my world.' - Virginia Woolf

4,926 0
24 xxiv.

'His gaze touched me before his hands touched me.' - Louise Glück

4,085 0
25 xxv.

'The rest of us can only run away from time to time, and however much we pretend to be free, we know it is only for a little while -- our hands and our feed are tied.' - Daphné du Maurier

3,985 0
26 xxvi.

'Sometimes, I feel the past and the future pressing so hard on either side that there's no room for the present at all.' - Evelyn Waugh

4,733 0
27 xxvii.

'It has been a very rare thing to have known you, very strange and wonderful.' - F. Scott Fitzgerald

3,911 0
28 xxviii.

'Please, I want so badly for the good things to happen.' - Sylvia Plath

4,099 0
29 xxix.

'I fear you close by; I love you far away.' - Friedrich Nietzsche

4,479 0
30 xxx.

'I could not think of anything but his fingers on my neck, his thumb on my lips.' - Tracy Chevalier

4,270 0
31 xxxi.

'The truth is that I am still lost in grief.' - Renée Vivien

3,693 0
32 xxxii.

'Everything I think of is filled with ghosts, even this longing.' - Meena Alexander

4,650 0
33 xxxiii.

'She was terrified of everything and terrified to show it.' - David Foster Wallace

4,534 0
34 xxxiv.

'I was always hungry for love. Just once, I wanted to know what it was like to get my fill of it -- to be fed so much love I couldn't take it anymore. Just once.' - Haruki Murakami

5,029 0
35 xxxv.

'It was not one man that she needed, but through one man a view of other things, a sensation of other ways of being, she wished to feel herself attached to the world.' - Margaret Drabble

4,896 0
36 xxxvi.

'I am on fire with that soft sound / You make, in uttering my name.' - James Elroy Flecker

6,191 0
37 xxxvii.

'I knew I was strong, and maybe like they said, 'crazy'. But I had this feeling inside of me that something real was there.' - Charles Bukowski

5,434 0
38 xxxviii.

'. . . but I have a particular tenderness for you, and one I have never felt for anyone, up to now.'

6,805 0
39 xxxiv.

'I'm tired, can't think of anything and want only to lay my face in your lap, feel your hand on my head and remain like that through all eternity.' - Franz Kafka

5,691 0
40 xl.

'I need your teeth in me, slow and vicious, to tell me my armor is just skin, bones, only bones.' - Jamaal May

5,166 1
41 xli.

'I would endure ages of pain to hear one tone of your voice strike on my ear.' - Mary Shelley

4,478 0
42 xlii.

'Sometimes you make choices in life and sometimes choices make you.' - Gayle Forman

5,245 0
43 xliii.

'You have been my friend. That in itself is a tremendous thing.' - E.B. White

5,786 1
44 xliv.

'Born of lack of your own kind, born of no one to talk to, no one who will wait and sympathize when you quiver plaintively: "I'm so ner-r-r-vous; so lonely; I can't sleep, and I'm so tired." Old, old, you are . . . . a deep and pathetic loneliness.' - Sylvia Plath

6,244 1
45 xlv.

'inhale -- try not to remember how desperate / you've been for touch -- yes ignore it -- that/ hitch of your heart.' - Brionne Janae

5,302 0
46 xlvi.

  • 'I opened my heart up for you, and the world came confusedly in.' - Hertha Kräftner

8,237 1
47 xlvii.

'I'm not used to being loved. I wouldn't know what to do.' - F. Scott Fitzgerald

5,208 1
48 xlviii.

'You kiss the back of my legs and I want to cry. Only / the sun has come this close, only the sun' - Shauna Barbosa

8,246 1
49 xlix.

'Even before I was touched, I belonged to you; you had only to look at me.' - Louise Glück

4,858 1
50 l.

'Because there's nothing more terrible, more alluring, more mysterious than love.' - Ivan Bunin

6,005 1
51 li.

'I do not remember many things, and for all those things I do not remember, I am grateful, because the things I do remember hurt me enough.' - Viet Thanh Nguyen

5,369 1
52 lii.

'You do not know / How little I loved / Before I loved you.' - Joan Naviyuk Kane

4,726 0
53 liii.

'But I, being poor, have only my dreams; / I have spread my dreams under your feet; / Tread softly because you tread on my dreams.' - W. B. Yeats

4,147 0
54 liv.

'It is a summer day, and I want to be wanted more than anything in the world.' - Andrew Sean Greer

4,150 1
55 lv.

'So if you love me, love me everywhere.' - H.D.

5,340 0
56 lvi.

'What is so pure as grief? A wreck / set sail just to be wrecked again.' - Melissa Stein

8,945 4
57 lvii.

'Memory, wherever you touch it, brings pain.' - George Seferis

7,928 0
58 lviii.

'The body will always make more room / for grief.' - Kate Gaskin

8,693 0
59 lix.

'This summer night deep down under the stars was all the things you would ever feel or see or hear in your life, drowning you at once.' - Ray Bradbury

4,304 1
60 lx.

'I feel very close to you although our meetings and communications have not been many. There is a vulnerability we share -- the warmth, the hunger.' - Anne Sexton

4,539 0
61 lxi.

'We are learning to live again, and, / for many of us / it is for the first time.' - Emilie Autumn

8,560 2


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