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Window Sills by Swamygliders
Summary:

Severus Snape was wandering the hallways looking for wayward students out of bed. He heard voices from around a corner and just as he was about to bust the rule braking students he hears something unexpected come from Ron's mouth.

"You need to go to a teacher and tell them what has been going on at the Durley's."

When he peeked around the corner he saw a prone boy that couldn't be Harry Potter sitting in a window sill with his knees pulled to his chest and tears streaking down his cheeks.

Takes place either first, second or third year. No evil Dumbledore, but Severus Snape's heart begins to melt.



When he peeked around the corner he saw a prone boy that couldn't be Harry Potter sitting in a window sill with his knees pulled to his chest and tears streaking down his cheeks. What was going on in the child's mind for him to be crying like that?

Takes Place: 3rd Year - Snape flavour: None
Tags: None
Categories: Healer Snape, Teacher Snape > Trusted Mentor Snape
Rated: K - Warnings: Abusive Dursleys
Chapters: 1 - Completed: Yes - Updated: 28 May 2012 / 28 May 2012
Series: None - Challenges: Window Sills
Severus Snape gets more than he bargained for when he overhears a heated conversation between Harry Potter and his best friend, Ronald Weasley.

Takes Place: 3rd summer - Snape flavour: None
Tags: Adoption, Alternate Universe
Categories: Parental Snape > Guardian Snape, Teacher Snape > Trusted Mentor Snape, Misc > All written in Snape's POV
Rated: T - Warnings: Abusive Dursleys
Chapters: 7 - Completed: Yes - Updated: 20 Jun 2014 / 23 Apr 2013
Series: None - Challenges: Window Sills

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