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It’s been years since I graduated from Hogwarts, and yet, the painful memories of being shunned still didn’t leave me. My time studying there was the worst. My classmates didn’t want to know me; they didn’t even want to look at me. The people that I managed to befriend turned against me as soon as they found out about my heritage. The teachers treated me the same, though I might have caught the headmaster looking at me with something short of pity. Every day, I thought to myself, Why did daddy have to do what he did? Why? Why? Why?
There was only one person who stayed with me through all that, one person who knew what I was going through, one person who had to live with it like I did: my brother, Scorpius Malfoy. Yes, that’s right. I’m the daughter of the anti-esteemed Draco Malfoy, the one who fought against his own kind, the one who fought alongside the army of Lord Voldemort, the one who joined the plotting of killing t
Judgement - A Child's Cry Part 20More Like This
Thor sat upon the throne, waiting. He had made his decision regarding Loki, but even now there was still lingering doubt in his heart. Was this truly the best choice? As much as Loki deserved such severe punishment, Thor was not sure he could condemn his brother. They may not have shared common blood, but they were still brothers.
With a sigh Thor rubbed his forehead. He had made his choice. As king, he must be able to make a decision for the good of the realm, not to ease his sentimental heart.
“Thor?” he heard someone say from his left.
Thor looked up quickly to see his father standing there, watching him. “Father,” he said, standing quickly in respect. “I did not think you would be here for this.”
Odin slowly stepped forward. “It may not be a pleasurable time but it is of great importance to you as king.” He said.
Thor nodded slowly as he looked out and stared forward. “Do you think I will make the right c
Reunited - A Child's Cry Part 21 [END]More Like This
“The difference between grace and mercy is simple.
Mercy is not getting what you deserve, and grace is getting
What you do not deserve.”
As Loki walked around the palace, he made his way to the gardens. He still couldn’t believe that Thor had simply let him go without a punishment. Yes, he had sentenced Loki to imprisonment in the palace, but it was no different from what his life had been before he’d escaped to Jotunheim. There was no added stipulation, there was no privilege removed. Nothing had changed.
He continued to walk, lost in his thoughts, until he heard someone come up beside him. Glancing over his shoulder he saw that it was Frigga.
“May I join you?” she asked.
Loki nodded. “Of course,” he replied, and the two continued to stroll through the variety of trees and flowers.
“I am pleased with Thor’s d