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IMPORTANT: This story was initially called 'Letters to Ourselves'. The name has now been changed to 'Unspoken'. (The story will be referred to as Letters to Ourselves till chapter 76.)

A/N: This was initially the thirteenth letter, but after a poll, I have now posted it as the first.

A/N: This letter is based on the quote: "It's been fourteen years, and still not a day goes by that I don't miss your father." Sirius to Harry. I'm not sure if that's the exact quote, but it's something very close to it.

The letter's very short, if you think about the fact that they were best friends, and haven't talked for 14 years. But the thing is, some times when you haven't talked to someone in a really long time, when you finally do get a chance to talk to them, most of the time you can't think of anything to say. That's probably the reason why I've made these letters really short, which both my friends (they read the first few letters before I posted them up) complained about. Let me know if you'd want them to be longer.

This author's note is getting very long, but there's one more thing I need to say. If you haven't realised by now, I haven't got a beta. So if there's any typos, or if you think I really should get one, please please leave a review. Thanks. :)

On to the real thing.


Dear Prongs,

Not a day goes by that I don't miss you. It's harder with Harry here.

But someone's got to stick around and train the boy, eh? He's got to carry on the Marauders' legacy.

You'd be proud of him.



PS: I know the love is all mushy, and we did promise never to sign our letter that way. But really mate, what do you expect? You, Moony and Mrs. Prongs were my only family.

Reviews mean so much to me! :)


20/12/12 Update:

For anyone who is confused: This story is basically a bunch of random letters. They are set in different times, and either give the character's opinion about an event to another character in the form of a letter. Or just a short message from one character to another. Hope that helped. :)