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I Hate You

By Megan Martin


I Hate You

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Their lips crash together painfully and passionately.

She rips her lips from his after a second and slaps him hard across the cheek.

"I hate you," she says bluntly as she attempts to pound her fists on his heaving chest.

He repeats the words harshly as he holds her fists tightly in his.

She huffs at him and he sneers.

She tries to pull away but he holds her firmly in place.

"You disgust me, you Mudblood,"the words drip with venom.

"You loathsome little.." she trails off as their lips meet again violently.

He pulls away this time.

A sharp intake of breath.

Clenched jaws.

Heavy breathing.

And he almost tastes blood as he bites her bottom lip harshly.

He holds her body firmly against a nearby tree in the forbidden forest.

He lets go of her balled up fists and soon has his hands on her hips.

She places her hands in his hair and pulls his face violently to hers.

No longer defined features, just passionately entangled faces.

She bits him this time and he growls into her mouth.

He brakes the kiss and bites and sucks on the skin of her neck.

"I hate you" she says breathlessly and he pushes her further into the tree.

Their breathing becomes shaky and ragged.

"I hate you" she repeats in a new mantra.

And with each repetition he holds her harder against the giant tree.

"I hate you" he says distractedly into her skin.

A loud noise interrupts him and he lifts his head.

They look at each other and grow bright red.

They look away from each other and she turns to leave.

He grabs her wrist and without ceremony kisses her one last time.

When he lets her go she walks back to Hogwarts and he soon follows.

"I hate you," she laughs to herself.

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