Friday, April 13, 2012

the harry potter metaphor.

it all began when the name mike used to make me cry.
so he developed the name, "he who must not be named".
then came the harry potter metaphor,  
followed by the shirts.
you may be asking yourself, what is the harry potter metaphor?
let me explain.

the once was a boy named harry potter.
voldemort, aka "he who must not be named"... tried killing harry's soul.
now voldemort left 7 deadly horcruxes.
the only way for harry to move on was to destroy everything voldemort left behind.
harry knew that one of the horcruxes was himself.
this was the first to go. 
it took a few months to regain strength.
but harry moved on. on to find the other horcruxes. so he could get rid of voldemort for forever.
pictures were deleted. notes thrown away.
with each horcrux destroyed, harry felt a little stronger.
now there is only one remaining.
harry just needs to find neville who carries the sword of gryffindor.

neville. where are you?

1 comment:

  1. hahahahahahaha. almost had forgotten about this. we must not forget "he who must not be named" has a twin, and his name is lord voldemort.