One Less Weasley

Takes place on the one year anniversary of the battle of hogwarts. The Weasley's + Harry and Hermione are still trying to get over the loss of Fred weasley. A son, a brother, a friend, a fellow ginger. On the anniversary, everyone is writing letters to Fred, thinking Fred would never read them, but maybe, just maybe, Fred might have something to say back to his loved ones.

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4. Four

        As Percy walked down the hallway back to his room, Charlie came charging up the stairs, crashing into Percy, making him almost fall over in the process. 

 

        "Oh, sorry Percy." Charlie said as he turned away, not even looking at Percy, and headed to his room. Percy watched Charlie proceed to his room, as he turned the opposite direction and went to his own room.

 

        Meanwhile, in Charlie's room he too was writing a letter to their beloved brother.

 

Dear Fred; 

 

       I know you must think I'm a terrible bother. Spending all my time in Romania with the dragons. Never coming home to visit. Not even coming to help fight in the war. Maybe if I did, things might have ended differently. You may still be alive. I regret my life decisions every day. I just wish I got to watch my two prankster brothers grow up. I know I haven't come home in way too many years, but as soon as I heard the news, I came rushing home. When I arrived at the burrow, everyone was sitting in silence, crying. Especially George. He's really broken. Heck, all of us are. But George more so. Growing up, you and George loved to be dared to do all sorts of things. I've got a dare for you. I dare you to come back. No chickens out.

 

                                                               - Charlie

 

        Charlie finished up his letter. He sat his parchment and quill next to him as he put his face in his hands, and let himself cry. 

 

        He glanced around his room, taking it all in. All the dragon posters were on his walls, exactly where he had left them. It felt good to be back, but it hurt a lot too. Most of the memories he had of living in the burrow, was getting pranked by Fred and George. 

 

        Charlie half smiled at his thoughts, with silent tears flowing down his cheeks. "I miss you." He mumbled.

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