Drarry  - Detention"You have got to stop this, Harry." Hermione exhaled, as she shut an old dusty book, putting it back in its rightful spot on one of the shelves. Harry aimlessly followed her around, watching her place book after book back to where they should be, as they wondered around the library. Harry frowned, shrugging his shoulders with his hands stuffed into his pockets.
"You're over reacting, Hermione." Harry spoke, sitting on top of a nearby table as she scanned the bookshelf beside her. Once again, letting out another sigh, she gave him a stern look, wanting to get through to him.
"Over reacting? You shouldn't be sneaking out at night, getting yourself detentions. Matter of fact, what were you even doing sneaking around with Draco?"
"We were just hanging out, Hermione. Getting to know each other, you know? It's only a detention anyway, it's not that big of a deal."
"I really worry he's a bad influence on you..." Hermione murmured, earning an eye roll from Harry as he got up to leave.
Drarry  - ReminderEventually, the flying around did stop, and the two ended up landing in the quidditch pitch. Draco didn't really feel like going back to his dorm yet, so instead he motioned to Harry to just lie on the grass beside him, so they could stare up at the night sky. Not seeming to protest, Harry put the broomstick down beside him, joining Draco down on the floor, lying next to him. He felt the grass from the pitch lightly brush against his skin as he nestled into it, trying to get as comfortable as he possibly could.
The Slytherin smiled, gazing up at all the stars above. Unlike the ceiling in Hogwarts, when you glanced up at this, at the real darkness of the midnight sky, it was definitely so much better. It was like you could get lost in it, staring endlessly into all those glowing lights above. Draco lazily lifted an arm up into the air, squinting one eye as he pointed with his finger, seeming to trace his fingers over the stars. Harry rose a brow, completely oblivious to what he was tryi
Drarry  - Breaking The RulesIt was the last lesson, and Draco was really hoping that time would just hurry up so he could practically tackle Harry in the hallway, getting him alone to talk to him in private. You see, he had an idea to finally get to hang out with Harry, it just being the two of them. Sadly for him, and perhaps everyone else, class felt like it was dragging on forever. Especially since Snape always tended to drag out all his sentences, taking an eternity to even finish them.
To Draco's relief, they were dismissed at the end of the lesson, allowing everyone to leave to go back to their common rooms. Draco looked across to Harry, who looked like he was ready to leave with Hermione. Just as they were about to walk out the door and down the hall, Draco quickly grabbed Harry by his non broken arm, catching him a little off guard. However, Draco just told him to be quiet as he dragged Harry away from an oblivious Hermione who hadn't even noticed his departure after running into Ron.
Pulling Harry along,
Drarry  - Not A DateLuckily for Harry, he didn't have to spend loads and loads of time just sitting in a bed, doing nothing as people tended to him. He simply had his arm wrapped in bandages, along with having it hung in a sling and he was free to go about the rest of his day. The only problem that he would have for awhile is riding a broomstick. He could always try to just fly, holding onto the stick with just one hand. But that was kind of a risky move, he'd probably only fall off and injure himself more than he already had in that game.
Speaking of which, he hadn't seen Draco since he randomly disappeared after visiting him earlier that day. He seemed like he wanted to be there at first, but then Harry must have stopped paying attention and didn't even notice he was gone until after Ginny, Hermione and Ron left. He was so mysterious, always seemed like he was on his own. Obviously, he wasn't one for expressing how he felt, but Harry wished he would open up a little more, rather than just going off and