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....::Gordic's Hollow::....

+....::Chapter Sixteen::....+

The next morning Harry
can ’t believe that Ron has
really left them for good.
Hermione is devastated and
she cried for weeks after
begging Ron not to leave,
and so Harry and Hermione
pack up and leave their
campsite with heavy hearts.
Ron does not show up.
As the days pass, Harry
becomes hopeless as the
weight of what he still has
left to do engulfs him. They
still don ’t know where the
sword is, or where the other
Horcruxes are. Harry and
Hermione make no mention of
Ron, and their nights are
silent and grim.
One night, weeks later, as
Christmas is approaching,
they decide to check out
Godric ’s Hollow and see if
they can find any information
and clues there. Harry is
anxious to visit his home
and his parents' graves, and
he ’s hoping they’ll get to talk
with Bathilda Bagshot, the
magical historian who was a
great friend of Dumbledore ’s.
Harry and Hermione talked
themselves into beleiving
Dumbledore wanted them to
go to Godric's Hollow, so they
When they get to Godric’s
Hollow a few days later, they
discover it ’s Christmas Eve.
On his parents' graves are
the words: the last enemy to
be destroyed is death, and
Hermione explains to Harry,
means living after death. But
realization hits Harry, that
his parents weren't living,
they're gone, they left Harry,
and so he can ’t hold back his
tears, and Hermione holds
his hand and magics some
Christmas roses to put on
their graves.

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