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"Yeah, they're great!" said Ron, crossing his fingers under the table. "Er -- how are the flobberworms?"
"What's wrong with him?"
And then a horribly familiar wave of cold swept over him, inside him, just as he became aware of something moving on the field below...
Harry hadn't gotten to sleep until daybreak. He had awoken to find the dormitory deserted, dressed, and gone down the spiral staircase to a common room that was completely empty except for Ron, who was eating a Peppermint Toad and massaging his stomach, and Hermione, who had spread her homework over three tables.
Speechless, Harry carried the Firebolt back upstairs toward Gryffindor Tower. As he turned a corner, he saw Ron dashing toward him, grinning from ear to ear.
The class knew instantly he'd gone too far. Snape advanced on Ron slowly, and the room held its breath.
Professor McGonagall turned on her heel and carried the Firebolt out of the portrait hole, which closed behind her. Harry stood staring after her, the tin of High-Finish Polish still clutched in his hands. Ron, however, rounded on Hermione.
"It's stress!" said Ron. "He'd be fine if that big stupid furball left him alone!"
Snape's black eyes glittered.
"Yes..." Harry pulled himself up on one of the desks and leaned against it.
His eyes filled with tears. Norbert was the baby dragon Hagrid had once won in a game of cards.
Professor Dumbledore sent all the Gryffindors back to the Great Hall, where they were joined ten minutes later by the students from Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw, and Slytherin, who all looked extremely confused.
He turned, halfway along the third-floor corridor, to see Fred and George peering out at him from behind a statue of a humpbacked, one-eyed witch.
The team cheered madly. Harry let the Snitch go again, gave it a minute's head start, then tore after it, weaving in and out of the others; he spotted it lurking near Katie Bell's knee, looped her easily, and caught it again.
"Sorry I'm late, Professor Lupin. I --"
Harry woke extremely early the next morning; so early that it was till dark. For a moment he thought the roaring of the wind had woken him. Then he felt a cold breeze on the back of his neck and sat bolt upright -- Peeves the Poltergeist had been floating next to him, blowing hard in his ear.。