Harry Potter

September 26, 2008
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Tired of people ignoring the fact.
Sick of people laughing at it.
How they can lack in so much tact,
How they can lack in so much wit,
Remains, and also will, a question.
How people got over the shock so fast,
After all, its memories should always last.
I, however, have it engraved in my memory.
The seven amazing years, not even a bit blurry.
Since I can never stop reading Harry Potter.
Which made history when written by the brilliant author.
But I remain troubled by the thought,
Why people got over it so easily?
While I seek more and more?
For hours, over the books, I would pour.
But some people do not bother to even look.
When I turned to the final book’s last page,
My hands practically shook.
For I knew it was over, thus sorrow overcame rage.
The people who I had known for seven years,
So close friends, now replaced by tears.
As once said by the ancient Rowena Ravenclaw,
Wit beyond measure,
Is man’s greatest treasure.
So that is why I still wonder,
Why world made this great blunder?
To finish this amazing miracle,
Which once made the life of us fans, incredible.
Now made it ever so miserable.

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WillHug4Money said...
Aug. 26, 2011 at 12:18 pm
This was amazing. I know exactly how you feel, growing up with Harry and Ron and Hermione, and hating Malfoy (but secretly thinking he's cute), then suddenly having it end. It was like a part of my childhood just kind of drifted away, though I knew they all lived on. LONG LIVE HARRY POTTER!!!!!!!!!!!!
Oorah_Alchemist said...
Mar. 2, 2011 at 1:11 pm
I completely understand. I hated/loved the last book. It was the ending and it was written well but so many people died that I had known for seven years of my life. It was sad.
Mrs.Malfoy said...
Oct. 3, 2008 at 3:49 pm
I know EXACTLY how you feel! When I finished the series I was like 'OK, now I know what happens, but it's OVER! NOOOO!' I immediately wanted to read the whole series again. I'll definitely be buying Tales of Beedle the Bard by J.K. Rowling. It's the book of wizard fairytales that were in ruins in the 7th Harry Potter book. J.K. has made it so that Hermione translated the book. It's out Dec. 4th, 2008 I can't wait!
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