"W......we.....we just can't leave ea......ea...each oth..ther!" Hermione said as tears poured from her eyes. The other three embraced her and told her that it would all be okay. Other students were standing up all over the hall, protesting.
"You can't do this to them!"called a Fifth Year girl from the Ravenclaw table.
"Its not fair!"yelled a Third Year boy from Slytherin.
"You can't let this happen to them! This happened to me and I've never gotten over it!"yelled out a Seventh Year girl from Gryffindor.
"Is Hogwarts really that cruel? I thought Hogwarts was supposed to feel like your second home, your home away from home, your go-to home. But how is it supposed to feel like home if you can't even talk to your brothers and sisters?"a surprisingly loud Second Year boy called from the Hufflepuff table.
"Yeah!"yelled others from all four tables.
Professor Dumbledore stood up and cleared his throat. The hall went silent.
"As you already know, the Sorting Hat's decisions cannot be changed. The children must split. I am very sorry to say this. I too have had to split with my siblings. One in a more, gruesome fashion than I imagined." Dumbledore said, wiping tears from his eyes.
The siblings wrapped their arms around each other and cried on one another's shoulders. That made the girls in all of the houses cry and the boys to start protesting, holding back their tears.
The hall went silent once more.
"Now, children, please go to your assigned house tables." Dumbledore said as the siblings gave each other one last hug. Blythe and Hermione were hugging their brothers, (Blythe hugging Draco and Hermione hugging Harry.) and crying. Harry was stroking Hermione's hair, trying to get her to stop crying. Draco was rubbing Blythe's back, hopefully making her feel better. They sat down at their table, eyes electric blue.
When the feast was over, the four were the first to get up. Everyone from their house embraced them when they were back in their common room. The girls were still crying and the boys were writing complaints to the Ministry. Draco and Blythe sat in their beds all night long, longing to see their siblings again. Harry and Hermione were up all night, writing letters to Blythe and Draco. The very next night, all four cried themselves to sleep, mourning over the loss of their siblings.