Imagine Voldemort killing you because he believes you are a distraction to Draco.
Draco couldn’t breathe. His heartbeat was deafening, though he was positive it had stopped beating. He clenched his jaw, his eyes wide and burning as he fought tears. He couldn’t show weakness or he would die too. The Dark Lord was speaking but Draco couldn’t hear him. All he could do was stare at your body, crumpled on the floor like a discarded toy. It wasn’t real. It couldn’t be real.
He wasn’t sure when the Dark Lord left. All he knew was that he was running. Draco sprinted through the corridors, his lungs throbbing for breath and his entire body screaming. He ducked into a bathroom, panting and gasping. Grasping the edges of the sink, he couldn’t hold back the bile that rose in his throat. Draco wretched violently, his entire body trembling. Voldemort had murdered you.
A sob clawed its way out of the teenager’s throat as he slumped down against the wall, pressing the heels of his hands into his eyes. This was all his fault. If he had left you alone, if he had refused to help the Dark Lord, if he had been strong enough to protect you and fight back… Draco felt like his chest was going to implode under the weight of a thousand ‘what-ifs.’
“I’m sorry, [f/n],” he sobbed, tears soaking into his collar. “I’m so sorry.”
Ginevra Molly Potter (née Weasley) (b. 11 August, 1981) was a pure-blood witch, the youngest of Arthur and Molly Weasley's seven children, and the first female to be born into the Weasley line for several generations. She attended the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry from 1992 to 1999 and was sorted into the Gryffindor House.