A Carefree DanceWhen asking your lady to dance, always be sure to make eye contact, smile, and take her hand in yours. Speak clearly and, above all, make her feel like the luckiest girl in the world get a chance to dance with you.A Carefree Dance2 years ago in Romance
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These were the words echoing in Ron's head as he sat in his seat, eager for the wedding ceremony to be over and the reception to begin. He would finally be able to show off more of what he learned from reading Twelve Fail-Safe Ways to Charm Witches and maybe, just maybe, he would sweep Hermione off her feet and they could both forget about the dangers that lay ahead of them. For just a few moments, it would be just them: no Harry, no horcruxes. Simply her hand in his, his arms around her, dancing.
Ron sat through the whole of the wedding ceremony with the thought of asking Hermione to dance on his mind. He had it planned out perfectly — they would go find a table at the reception, Harry would bugger off somewhere, and Ron would be free make eye
Final GoodbyeFinal Goodbye2 years ago in Drama
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I am sorry. I am sorry for what happened at school. I am sorry for not understanding. I am sorry for leaving you and for calling you that unforgivable name. I want you to know that I haven't forgiven myself. It haunts my every waking hour.
Did you think of me when the room flashed green? Or did you think of him? Did you blame me, Lily? I blame myself, it was my fault. All my fault.
Do you remember when we were at school, and I knocked the ink bottle over, and the Professor had a go at me, and you said it was your fault, to get me out of trouble? I never thanked you for that. But it wasn't your fault. Things were never your fault. It was always me. If I could start again, I would.
I miss you, Lily. He has your eyes. Your son. Every time I look at him I think of you and what you meant to me. He was in danger and I swore to protect him. I promised, I changed. Just like you wanted. Your son is safe now, I did what I promised to do.
I died for you. I had nothing more to live for.