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Past's Future Future's Past

By Akane Yume

Adventure / Other

Chapter 1

"James," Remus sighed nervously, "are you sure you know what you're doing?"

James rolled his eyes. “Of course Remus. It’s nothing I can’t handle.”

“You’re not the best at potions. Remember?”

Sirius waved his worries off.

“Don’t worry about it James,” he said, “we have Lily…and Snivellous…unfortunately.”

Severus glared at him and Lily sighed.

How she was convinced by the Marauders to help them.

With a…whatever this potion was.

“It won’t work,” she retorted.

James let out a cheer as the potion began to glow, “Something’s happening! YES! YES! YES!”

Sirius and Remus cheered as well, but then Lily let out a gasp.

She pointed to the cauldron, which promptly exploded.

Before they could realize they were fading, James heard Lily say, “THIS IS ALL YOUR FAULT JAMES POTTER!”


Harry smiled as he watched his kids running around. His hands were busy kneading dough.

“So…it’s official?” Sirius asked.

Harry nodded as a blond walked in, “Morning love.”

“Morning.”

“And yes, Sirius, Ginny and I…are officially divorced and I have custody of all my kids.”

Sirius whooped. “I knew you’d marry a Black!”

“You know I’m only a Black since my father disowned me,” the blond said as she lined up some paper cups in a cupcake tray.

Harry smiled. “We know Draco. I still can’t believe you were always a girl.”

Draco shrugged. “At least Scorpius won’t be alone anymore.”

While Harry had three kids, James Sirius, Albus Severus, and Lily Luna, Draco only had Scorpius.

The bell on their door chimed, letting them know someone had entered, and they all looked up.

Ron, Hermione, Ginny, the twin, all their kids, Neville and Luna appeared.

While the twins, Neville and Luna smiled at Harry, Draco and Sirius, Hermione, Ginny and Ron glared at them.

“How could you Harry?” Ginny asked, “I thought we were happy!”

Harry rolled his eyes, “You only wanted my money and fame.”

Ginny made a weak protest.

“Look,” Draco spoke up, “either you buy something or get out. What’s it going to be?”

Ginny glared at her before she whipped out her wand and shot out a hex, only to have Sirius yell a counter.

There was a bang, screams from the kids, and darkness.


Harry glared at Draco as they passed each other as they entered the Great Hall.
Harry quickly sat at the Gryffindor table. It was his fifth year.
And so far, it had been nothing but hell.
He had a toad for a professor, Potions was the same as ever, and everything seemed to get on his nerves.
It just didn't seem fair, but hey, that's life! She likes picking random people and saying, "Fuck you, Imma make your life hell because I can, muahahahahaha!" 
Okay, so maybe not those words, but it feels like it! Harry agrees with me, right Harry?
Harry: Uh...sure?
See! Now that we have broken the fourth wall, let's get on with the story.
Harry sat at the Gryffindor table, ready to start another Monday, Merlin why couldn't it be Saturday, or even better, Friday before a break? You'd wake up, realize it's Saturday, and go back to sleep!
Hermione smiled at Harry and Ron as she sat down.
She was about to ask them about their potions homework, when a flash filled the hall.
"Did it work?" A male voice asked.
Snape groaned.
"Obviously!" A younger sounding Snape snapped.
Out of the blue, five teens, seventh years, had appeared. Four Gryffindors and a Slytherin.
Minerva stood and was about to question them, when a loud POP! filled the hall.
"Bloody hell..." an older sounding Harry said. "You alright love?"
"Of course Harry! I-" An older sounding Ginny said.
"Not you!" The older sounding Harry snapped.
"I'm fine," a female voice said. It sounded like Draco...but it couldn't be.
As soon as everything cleared, Harry and Harry made eye contact and said the one thing that seemed to clear everything:
"Well....shit..."
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