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22 May 2006 @ 04:29 pm

Title: Walk With Me
Author: Chrissy (iwantasoda)
Pairing: Draco/Harry
Word Count: 218 (Holy Shortness Batman!)
Rating: PG-13
Genre: humour
Summary: Harry and Draco take a stroll through the gardens of the Malfoy Estate
Notes: Written for 50passages #8” Do not touch the water!
Spoilers: nope
Warnings: m/m relationship
Disclaimer: J.K. Rowling pwns all


          It was a warm summer evening in Wiltshire and two young men were entering the sprawling garden outside a large manor house. The brunette’s eyes widened at the sight of a beautiful lake with crystal clear water. Harry pulled away from Draco and walked towards the late, his hand outstretched.

          “Do not touch the water,” Draco exclaimed, smacking Harry’s hand away at the last minute as they watched a shadow float near the surface.

          “What was that?” Harry asked, watching the water closely.

          Draco shrugged. “No clue, all I know is that it likes fresh meat. Father once told me that my grandfather didn’t even know what it was. It was here when the house was built so they just made the gardens around it,” he said, squeezing Harry’s hand as they stared at the shadow circling near the face of the water.

          “Have you ever seen it?” Harry asked as Draco pulled him away from the lake.

          “Never, and I’m not sure I ever want to actually,” Draco said with a slight shudder at the thought of the creature in the lake.

          “Maybe you’re right. Want to show me the rest of the gardens?” Harry asked, kissing Draco softly.

          “Let’s go,” Draco said with a smile, and they walked hand in hand down a shrubbery lined path.


Anoriellanoriell on May 23rd, 2006 02:14 pm (UTC)
Hmmm... wonder what it is? Got me intrigued here...


Jaeenchanted_jae on May 24th, 2006 07:30 am (UTC)
Well, now I'm eaten up with curiousity as to what's in the lake...*grins* I liked the drabble!
Chrissy: abandon all hopeiwantasoda on May 25th, 2006 03:43 pm (UTC)
I also would like to know what's in the lake, unfortunately the muses won't tell me.