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Summary: A drabble about Harry, Ginny, and chocolate.
Relationships: Harry Potter/Ginny Weasley
“But Harry - my heart belongs to you!” Ginny cried. Harry looked at her sadly. The pain he felt at what he was about to say showed clearly on his face.
“I’m sorry, Ginny. I care about you a lot - you’re like a sister to me – but-”
“But what?” Ginny interrupted jealously. “I don’t care about the prophecy - I love you, Harry! Don’t let some old words come between us.”
“Ginny, I - I don’t care about you in that way. I never will,” Harry said. Ginny was stunned.
“There’s someone else?” she gasped. Harry bowed his head.
“Who?” Ginny demanded.
“Ginny - you know I can’t tell you that,” Harry said in a strained voice. Ginny stared at him for a moment, then burst into tears and raced back into The Burrow.
Later that night, Harry sat in the kitchen at Twelve Grimmald Place. A cup of hot chocolate steamed on the table in front of him. Harry picked it up and took a long, delicious sip.
‘Ah, chocolate,’ he thought, much comforted. ‘My heart belongs to you.’
Author’s Note: This was written for an exercise where we had to write two paragraphs about the statement: “My heart belongs to you”. I started playing around with the Harry/Ginny ship, and this was the result.
A drabble about Harry, Ginny, and chocolate.