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05/25/06

http://abstractthought573.blogspot.com/


Welcome to hell, at least my portrayal of it. Actually, I just write poetry and stories on a variety of topics, but mostly pain, doomed love, and grief. I'm tons of fun, no, really, I am. Follow me into the dark.


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Agapanthus by CLee

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 1412 Reviews
Summary: A Sequel to Born the Day You Kissed Me


After losing Draco Malfoy, Hermione Granger is determined to have him back…so determined that she will go as far as inventing a spell that reverses the affects of the “Obliviate” curse. In this anticipated sequel, Hermione and Draco’s lives will collide, along with opportunities for Hermione to perform her new creation on her most valuable subject. However, when a new relationship between the two forms, will Hermione be able to summon the courage to expose their lost love? Will she reveal to him the missing portion of his life? Or will she simply accept the new Draco and without spells, attempt to revive the love that she knows is buried down deep in his soul....


This story is pre-HBP/DH CH 16 Coming Soon

The Perfect Mistake by hearyoume

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 144 Reviews
Summary:
Update: Chapter 6 has been approved :]

At age 22, Ginny is living on her own and has a job at the Ministry. Everything had been going well since her engagement, but she is stunned when her fiancé commits the ultimate act of betrayal. Heartbroken and in desperate need of comfort, Ginny goes to the Malfoy Mansion, but what happens that night has greater consequences than she ever imagined.

So this is where my story begins: a day that seemed nothing out of the ordinary but would become a changing day, a day when my life took an unexpected turn and caused me to make a mistake that would alter my life as I knew it. But it wasn’t just any mistake – it was the perfect mistake.