When your not used to another way of life You don't know the dues Don't know the price And you won't Until You learn to think All because you fell
School was easy. He had everything he could ever want at his finger tips. All he had to do was beckon and to call. So used to getting his way was he, that Draco didn't realize that others actually had to work. Had to give their lives and earn what they had.
There was a girl. She was sweet and kind. Liked to try and help everyone even when her hands were tired. But she fell asleep in class everyday and hardly got her homework in. The teachers knew and so weren't that harsh.
But the Malfoy boy made her the center of his jokes. He was cruel and always targeted her. And he continued to do so until a Hogsmeade trip over Christmas break where he finds Evie working in the Three Broomsticks and working hard.
For the duration he stays and he watches her. Going up to her when she gets off.
She thinks because of what she knows he's going to harrass her. But he's actually asking why she does it. Afraid to let him in, Evie basically tells him to "go fuck himself".
Now it's a game of cat and mouse. Secrets and wonders to unfold. Do they bend and find true love in the end? Or is this a tale not meant to be and it all falls to hell?
The woman was handed the old learher bound book that was coming apart. Not thick but not exactly thin either. It seemed like it would keep her busy for a little while. Faintly did the woman smile as she thanked the girl
she smiled and told her more about the celtic gods and goddesses, who represented what and so forth. she paused looking at the time and said. "i should start cooking soon, if you'd like, mrs malfoy, i can lend you some of the books my grandmother left me."
[google-font https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Allura] [center [Allura [size25 "So how many couples did your grandmother get together? I have heard the stories a little from my husband..but I had never believed until now." Narcissa said her grey eyes locked upon the girl]]
she laughed softly at herself and shook her head. "if my grandmother was alive, she'd probably try to play matchmaker and somehow convince you and your husband to let us marry... she always somehow saw a person's soul mate and tried to set them up." she shook her head setting the picture back on the mantle. "she was a quirky woman but loved to see others happy."
[google-font https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Gamja+Flower] [Gamja+Flower [size15 That was a very interesting way to look at it. But perhaps even the sweetest the woman had heard. Most she knew didn't believe that sort of thing anymore.. "I'm sure you will."]]