Hagrid had watched the sunset earlier and now it was complete twilight. He saw all the stars as they lit up the night sky, and the moon up above as translucent clouds moved across it.
Hogwarts's Castle looked breathtaking as it reflected against the lake. He was proud to be apart of it for so long.
As Hagrid looked up and saw more sparks of fire falling from the sky, he knew way up high the white light was up there fighting the dark light, making sure it did not get too close to earth.
“Some fight up there, isn’t it?” He said to Fang as his loving pet joined him outside his cavern.
But Fang just looked at him curiously with a tilted head.
And suddenly as the white light and dark light fought on up in the sky, something big came crashing towards them, breaking the fight—
...the impact was hard and loud;
there was hail of white feathers as the rock hit and broke into them.
And both the dark light and the white light tumbled towards's the earth.
Sparks of fire flew behind them in the sky. A loud bang could be heard like an explosion. Loud enough to shake the paintings halfway off the walls and shake the interior of Hogwarts.
Hagrid looked up as the ground began to shake and the sky was lit as shimmery gold; twilight gone haywire.
In one direction a dark figure landed hard on the ground, disappering deep within the soil near the cliffs of Hogwarts.
And something else crashed into the lake behind Hogwarts surrounded by an unearthly light.
And Hagrid was in utter disbelief on what he found there.
A majority at Hogwarts woke up concerned of the noise and the strange flash of light in the sky. There was a white light that had enveloped each room, making it seem as if it was day. They looked outside their windows curiously.
"What the hell was that noise?" Ron Weasley asked as he and Harry Potter looked out the window. "Guys, this is quite serious." Hermione Granger said as she looked very alarmed.
The Weasley Twins looked horrifed as they stood in the corridor of Hogwarts along with Ron. "Bloody hell? Are we under attack?"
"I can't believe you didn't hear or see anything," both Goyle and Crabbe said to Malfoy as he sat up from bed. But Malfoy just shrugged his reply, and went back to sleep. He could sleep through just about anything.
All of the professors assured the students there was no threat, and to go back to bed. But Harry Potter knew something had definately had fallen from the heavens down into the lake below. But what was it?
Only time will tell....
A Light at Hogwarts