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Just A Rooster
, PG - Ginny - COS /A little AU
Member No.: 55
Joined: 14-December 04
When:Set during COS, but just a little AU (or is it.)
Who: Ginny's POV
What: What if Ginny realised what was going on with Riddle? Maybe she didn't have 'missing time' at all...
I am, most definitely, a Weasley. I have bright red hair, rashes of freckles and an insatiable appetite. I am passionate, enjoy a good joke and am a Gryffindor to my very core: brave, noble and above all else daring.
I am also, most definitely, not a Weasley. I am ambitious, I am willing to sacrifice anything to achieve my goals and I am evil to my very core: malicious, merciless and above all else selfish. I can deal with having a split personality. But someday soon I am going to have to decide which side Iím on, because as much as Iíd like it to be, I donít think my own is a choice.
This occurred to me yesterday as I was sacrificing another of Hagridís roosters to Woden, out in my clearing in the forbidden forest. There I was about to make the final blow when it struck me that this sort of behaviour was completely incongruous with my morals. I did not involve myself in Dark Arts, that was wrong. Yet here I was, happily murdering a poor defenceless animal, simply to augment my already considerable magical abilities.
A Weasley would not stoop so low as to trade life for power. A Gryffindor would not allow herself to be goaded into doing something against her beliefs by a diary. No matter how convincing that diary was. Never trust something that can think for itself if you canít see where it keeps its brains, my father used to say. But I know where my diaryís brains are. They are here within me, because we are one. I swing the blade, a perfect aim, and pour the blood in a circle. Iíll regret it later when Tomís influence wears off. But for now I am most definitely not a Weasley. This post has been edited by dtruslove on Jun 25 2006, 09:08 AM
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