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He didn't want to believe it, George tried to deny the truth that was right in front of him. At a certain point though, he couldn't continue to deny it. The missing presence by his side, the second half of a joke that was left unsaid, left a gaping hole in his heart. It was the missing hand on the famous Weasley clock though, that was final piece of evidence. After seeing that, George couldn’t deny it anymore; Fred was gone, and he wasn’t coming back.
"If she wants to be alone, Lily won’t have gone to any of their usual haunts, or anywhere busy, which quickly rules out all of their friends’ homes, his parents’ old house, or even Hogsmeade. James knows that if Lily doesn’t want to be found, it will almost certainly be impossible for him to detect her. He can only hope others are similarly unsuccessful. "
James and Lily have just been told that their little boy may be destined to end the war his parents have been fighting in for years. Neither of them takes it well.
Written for the Great Collaboration Round Two: Back from the Brink
She'd been just a comet into my sky, you'd always been the sun.
First place in clevernotbrilliant's "Anything But A Love Triangle" Love Triangle Challenge
Second place in beyond the rain's The Rule of Three Challenge - prompt: Susan Bones
For dreamgazer220's The Say Goodbye Challenge - promts: Justin Finch-Fletchley and a Hogwarts corridor
Golden Chalices 2018 winner - best depiction of a minor canon character
and forget to live
but what does it mean to live?
Lisa Turpin/Padma Patil/Sally-Anne Perks
For Claire (clevernotbrilliant) || dreamy banner by just.a.willow.tree
2019 Golden Chalice Award: Best Wielding of a Minor Character || Hufflepuff Story of the Month October 2018