August 18th, 2008

[info]groovygeorge in [info]veritaserum_rp

Who: George Weasley and Parvati Malfoy
Where: George's place, Diagon Alley
When: Mid-afternoon
What: Continuation of this thread. George finally confesses his love for Parvati! Too much drama for just one thread!

George could hear her voice ringing in his hears.

"You know when I was little I had a gigantic crush on you George, and you didn't give me the time of day. You had all those random dates, and that was AWFUL. I couldn't understand that but I wasn't mean to you! And I was in love with you! There is no way whatever you're feeling is equal to that, is there? So yeah, you don't get it, but STOP taking it OUT on ME!"

He stood there, staring at Parvati, watching the tears stream down her face as she ranted and raved at him, and something inside of him snapped.

"I'm sorry I didn't pay attention to you when we were in school. I honestly didn't realize you had such a big crush on me until much later, and by then toy were dating Draco..." He murmured, his voice a lot quieter than the yelling he'd been doing just moments before.

"But you think I don't get how you felt?" He asked, an almost hurt expression taking over his face. "Do you honestly think, Parvati, that I'd be so upset about all of this if I just cared about you as a friend?"

He knew he was going to regret what he was going to say next, but he just couldn't bring himself to care. It had to be better than all of this fighting and hiding his feeling, right? "I love you, Parvati," he said simply, voice nearly cracking as he forced the words out. "Stupid, head-over-heels, want to buy a farm in the country and have a million babies love. And it kills me inside every time I think about you and Draco. Or how maybe, if I hadn't been so stupid in school, I'd be the one you'd be married to and sharing your life with right now. So I'm sorry, I'm not sure if I'm ever going to be able to accept the fact that the woman I love is married to someone I hate, and it's my own stupid fault for not realizing what I had until I lost it."