Harry knew he could never be friends with Draco. At first, he thought it was because they were enemies. Completely different. But when Ella Amster showed him that they are actually quite similar, the reason why their friendship would never be real, changed. They were both too complicated to be friends; both too complicated to stop on that. And while a little mystery of Draco's "wrong" turn to the right is poking the back of his head, his demons (that he hoped have gone after his summer adventures) are just waiting to attack him again. One coincidence after another will lead Harry right in front of Draco's so well kept secret. And he will stand there all alone his eyes staring at Draco's that suddenly weren't so silver as usual. TW: suicidal thoughts, depressive episodes, guilt tripping, suicide attempt →→→→→→→→→→→→→→→→→→→→→→→→→→→→→→→→→→→→→→→ WARNING - READ BEFORE READING: This was written when I, the author, was 13 years old and just figuring out what writing really means. Other things to keep in mind are the fact that there are plot holes, there are appearances toxic relationships (which are not acknowledged to be toxic relationships), mental health is handled really badly (there is some romanization of depression and a blatant lack of proper help), some plot points are poorly resolved, most OCs are two-dimensional and frustrating, etc. So, proceed with caution if you still wish to read it and if not, I hope you find more enjoyment in some of my other work which is more thought out and well-written.