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Fallen by StaceyLC
Rated: 6th-7th Years [Reviews - 29]

Summary: The deathly hallows of a manís mind are a dark and dangerous place; a place which one can be easily lost if they walk the line between light and dark too carelessly. Itís easy to fall in, to lose yourself. You may think youíve not strayed too deeply into that gaping maw of death and despair until you look back up from the hole and can no longer see the light. And thenÖ then it is too late. You will be truly gone.









First place winner of the The New Years Challenge: The Deathly Hallows

Nominated for "Best Dark/Angst" story in the Quick Silver Quills!
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Categories: Dark/Angsty Fics Genre: Warnings: Character Death, Suicide

Word count: 2428 Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
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02/19/07 Updated: 02/20/07


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