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No i will not: Lily and JamesTypical Day for Lily and James
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"Potter will you please just leave me alone." The fiery redhead strode away angry, her flawless hair flying behind her. She was just coming out of Transfiguration, making her way to the common room to put her books away before heading down to dinner for another one of Hogwarts mouth watering feasts.
The arrogant Gryffindor chaser smirked and ran behind her, catching up before turning to face her, walking backwards as he did.
To be honest, you can't blame him for being so arrogant, with looks and talent like his I would be too. His thick, dark black hair, always messy due to him running his muscular arm through it constantly. His light, hazel eyes behind those glasses of his screamed out all his emotions. When he's sad your heart would wrench, when terrified, you can't help but feel the same way. Not because of a frightening event but because you'd think if this totally hot bad ass is scared then of course I am too. However, no matte
Her Stag -JamesLily-Lily hadn't been sure that she had felt worse than she did in the moment her first magical friend had seen one of the other Slytherin's bothering her, making fun of her hair color, saying that she had no soul because of it so how could she possibly be in Hogwarts, let alone Gryffindor. That she was nothing, when they all knew that she was one of the best in the class. And Severus had been there when the Black girls and Lucious were saying all the things to her, and just stared at her with cold eyes, leaving with the rest of the Slytherins, not looking back once.
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She hadn't gone to any of her other classes, she didn't even stay in the castle, despite the fact that snow was beginning to fall. She folded her arms over her chest, hands tucked in close to keep them warm as she walked, the freshly fallen snow crunching under her shoes as she walked to her favorite place to think and get away.
It was on the banks of the lake, a small part of land stuck out into the lake and it reminded her of