|“|| He was lying face down on the ground again. The smell of the Forest filled his nostrils. He could feel the cold hard ground beneath his cheek, and the hinge of his glasses, which had been knocked sideways by the fall, cutting into his temple. Every inch of him ached, and the place where the Killing Curse had hit him felt like the bruise of an iron-clad punch. He did not stir, but remained exactly where he had fallen, with his left arm bent out at an awkward angle and his mouth gaping.
He had expected to hear cheers of triumph and jubilation at his death, but instead hurried footsteps, whispers, and solicitous murmurs filled the air.
‘My Lord … my Lord …’
There is nothing to collect in this moment.
|Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows|
|The Prince's Tale||The Forest Again||King's Cross||The Flaw in the Plan||Nineteen Years Later|