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The Muggle Witch

By Anjali Roongta

Romance / Fantasy

Chapter 1

Summary- We all know that Lily and Petunia were the best of friends before Lily got her letter, but what would happen if an accident which landed Petunia in the hospital made a witch out of her too?

Chapter One- The day it all began

The worst day of Lily Evans' life was a bright summer morning I the month of May. It had started out as a normal day but what happened, changed the destiny of the world as everyone knew it. It was the day when a muggle girl turned into a witch.

"Tuney, get up, we have to go! It's the last of school, before summer begins! Come on, we cannot be late! Tuney," a mass of red energy could be heard screaming at her elder sister at five in the morning. The sister, in question, just put another pillow on top of her head and went back to sleep. If Lily wanted to wake up at unholy hours, so be iit, but she, was going to sleep!

"Tuney please," the black haired girl heard her sister's voice and sighed. It was just impossible for her to resist that tone.

"Fine, I am up, see, good job, spoiling my sleep!"

It was such a normal start to the day when impossible would become possible!

The two girls could be seen walking back home, that day, as usual with the dark haired, elder sister craning her thin, hawk like neck to listen to other's conversation while the younger one secretly turned a leaf from green to red to blue to black in her fist. It had been another of those days, Lily thought. The days when her accidental magic would remind Petunia of the fact that her beloved sister was not normal, that she was a witch with magical powers and try as hard as she did, she would never be able to be Lily's equal. They say jealousy is a horrible emotion, but none knew it better than the tin girl, who was trying to listen to conversations not meant for her ears. She loved her sister but her jealousy, her envy was soon going to destroy their relationship, friendship. Oh! How she hoped it was all a lie, whatever that Snape boy said was not true! It would be good, if there was no Hogwarts, then she and Lils could stay together. Maybe they would even be able to find a way around her magic! That would be perfect, she thought. She was so lost in her thoughts, that she did not see the car speeding towards her and only heard her sister's cry of terror, when it was too late. Her last thought before the world went black was Lily. However, what she did not know what that this would tear the fabric of reality and change the world as she knew it.

A few hours later, Lily Evans' was woken up from her terror filled sleep and lifted her tear streaked face to see that her parents were talking to a doctor with worry on their faces.

"Is Tuney going to all right? Oh! It's all my fault, I should have warned her or maybe used my magic! Stupid magic, cannot do any good! Maybe I can ask Severus for help! But why would he help, he hates Tuney! But maybe his mum could," Lily was broken out of her trance when she felt her mother absently rub her hair.

"Mum, is Tuney going to be all right?" the ten-year old red head asked looking at her mother with fear in her emerald eyes.

"Lily, oh Lily," her mother cried and soon Lily was crying with her head buried in her mother's chest.

"They said that she would be fine but they needed blood, she lost a lot of it and your father and I cannot donate the blood, because of my heart disease and his anemia, they say it's too dangerous. They have gone out to look for more blood in blood banks but I don't know how they will find it, our small town's blood bank may not have enough blood, what with all these accidents!"

"Mrs. Evans?" a nurse called sometime later and the three Evans rushed to where she stood, cringing at the look of worry n her face.

"The patients' health is declining, we need the blood now! We cannot wait for the blood bank! Do you have any relatives who are near your daughter's age, it would be best if she got blood from someone near her age!"

"I will do it," Lily said with determination before anyone could say a word, all their relatives were too far away any case.

"Lily are you sure?"

"Yes Mum."

At that moment, everything flew out of Lily Evans' mind, except that her sister needed her. She forgot about her blood being magic or Severus saying that Petunia was a muggle, all that mattered was seeing her sister alive and well.

After a lot of forms which Lily's parents tried to fill as soon as possible, the small girl's blood was checked and though the nurse shook her head at the results with a puzzled look, she did take Lily to donate blood.

"Thank the heavens, that the two of us have the same blood type!" Lily thought as she saw the blood flow from her left arm, and into her sister's body.

However, what she did not know was that she had unknowingly given Petunia something that the young girl desired but also loathed. Her blood, had made Petunia a witch!


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