HP and The End.


I dreaded this date (2011.07.13) for so long. That was the day I watched the last (this word sounds so terrible when I'm talking about this) Harry Potter film. I can't even begin to describe how much Harry Potter means to me, how it shaped me all my life until now and I really feel that I would be a different person if it never existed. It really influenced my pictures, all that longing for magic.. I can't believe that it's over, the constant waiting, the unspeakable excitement I always felt before new books and movies appeared... I truly believe I will never ever read any book this many times. I will never ever read anything through the night, (until very last words of the last page, because I just couldn't put it away). I will never cry or laugh that hard, I will never feel so close to the characters and love all of them with such passion. And yes, Harry will always be alive and will stay in a very special place inside my heart with all my best childhood experiences, but I can't help it, it makes me feel so depressed. For the first time in my life (and I know that it sounds stupid) I'm not really sure what exciting things are waiting for me in the future. And it's scary. So this is also for you, if you know how I feel..

5 comments

  1. I feel exactly the same way. For so long, I've been an object of interest and entertainment to my family and friends for my extreme dedication and passion I have for Harry Potter. It quite literally felt like part of my life and childhood was over when the credits began to roll. It is comforting to know I am not the only one.

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  2. wow so thanks harry potter!:D

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  3. Haha - i know exactly how you feel! Except I didn't feel that way about the last movie coming out. I love Harry Potter so so so much, but the movies have always been a lot less exciting for me. Everyone's going on about Harry Potter ending but I keep saying 'it ended in 2007 when the last book came out!' the movie is just like a high school reunion for me :p revisiting the 7th book!
    I agree with what you say though, Harry Potter was such a big part of my life, to the point where I haven't been able to read the books again since the 7th came out because it's just too emotional! I didn't even want to see the last movies because I couldn't handle reliving all the emotions I'd gone through when I read them! I started reading Harry Potter when I was 11 and finished when I was 17 <3 Potter for President!

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  4. ... and to you, if you have stuck with harry until the very end

    <3

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  5. Gracie,
    Yes, the story ended with the last book, but at least we still had something to wait for, and of course it's less exciting, but it was something.:}

    <3

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