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Summary: Willow get's a second childhood

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Movies > Labyrinth > Willow-CenteredAnnieharpFR732,927062,53721 May 116 Jul 11No

Chapter One

I don’t own the labyrinth or Buffy the Vampire Slayer. This is a response to challenge 6046. It will be in the third season. It will also mention parts of first, and second, season. Please review, tell me if you like the story. I am looking for a beta reader.

“Come on Willow I really need your help with this spell.” Amy begged. She had found a spell when she had gone through her mother’s book of spells. Ever since she had found it she had wanted to use it. The only reason she could not use it was because it required two witches, and she didn‘t know any other witches. When she had come back from summer vacation, and found out that Willow was practicing witchcraft, she knew that she could talk Willow into doing it with her. So she had spent all morning looking for her. She had finally found her in the court yard. She was by herself, reading a math book. “I found it in my mother's old spell book.”

“I don’t know Amy I just started learning. What if we make a mistake? What if something terrible happens, like what happened to Xander, when you did the love spell, last year.” Willow said. She really didn’t want to mess with anything that had to do with Amy’s mother. She still remembered what she had done to Buffy and the other cheerleader’s, just so she could relive her glory days. “Why do you even want to do a spell that your mother had. Don’t you remember the terrible things she did? How Buffy was almost killed, or how she made Cordelia blind? Or how she stole your body?”

“That was in the past can’t you let that go? She was the one who used the spells for evil purposes. I haven’t misused my power’s in any way, and just so you know Xander asked me to do the spell. I told him I wasn’t experienced enough to do it. I learned my lesson, and I’m more experienced. I have been practicing, and I’m getting better.” Amy said. “This spell is simple. We just have to say a few words while sitting in a circle of fresh white Heather petals, and a candle in the center.”

“Then why do you need me?” Willow asked.

“The book said that the spell requires two witches for the spell to work. Nothing can go wrong. The spell just helps to bring out your inner beauty.” Amy said. She knew that Willow was close to giving in, her one weakness was her curiosity.

“I don’t know. Shouldn’t we ask Giles to help us with it? He is more experienced with magic than either of us.” Willow asked.

“He’ll only say no. you know he’s careful around magic. He’ll say we shouldn’t use magic for personal gain.” Amy said. “It will only take us a few minutes to do. No one will ever know we did the spell. It’ll be our little secret.”

“Alright, but we have to be careful.” Willow said. While she was curious about the spell, she had a feeling that something bad was going to happen.

“Great so let’s do it at lunch time.” Amy said.

“But what about the fresh white Heather petals? And the candle?” Willow asked.

“I have all of it in my back pack.” Amy said. Inside she was happy, but she didn’t let it show on her face. She knew it would be easy to get Willow to help her do the spell.

“Where should we do it?” Willow asked. “It’s not like we can do this anywhere.”

“In the library. No one will be there. I remember that Giles said that he was going to a teacher meeting for lunch.” Amy said.

“Alright, I’ll meet you outside the library at lunch time.” Willow said.

“Great.” Amy said.

Suddenly the bell rang. Letting them know that they were late for third period. Gathering their stuff, they hurried off to their next class.

As they entered the library they quickly looked around to make sure that Giles was gone. Once they were sure he was gone they, made their way to the center of the room.

“Okay let’s make the circle of white Heather petals, here.” Amy said. She opened her backpack and took out the bag of white Heather petals, and passed them to Willow. She also brought out an old book and opened it to a page she had marked.

Willow dropped the petals, as she walked around Amy in a circle. When the circle was complete, she put the bag down on the table. She then stepped into the circle with Amy, and they both sat down, Indian style.

“Okay I’ll hold the candle, and you say this phrase here, and then I’ll say it.” Amy said as she handed the book to Willow. “That’s all there is to it.”

“Okay. Wait are you sure this spell just brings out your natural beauty?” Willow asked, as she looked at the spell. Something about the words seemed a little off to her. She had read enough Latin to understand some words, without going to looking them up, and the words of the spell didn’t look right to her.

“Yes I’m sure.” Amy said as she lit the candle. She blew out the match. "Okay I’ll hold the candle while you say the spell."

“All right.” Willow said. She took one last look at the spell, took a deep breath and started to recite the words.

“may dea amoris et pulchritudo postulation meum mihi donum fac munus aetatis esse puerum”

As Willow finished speaking the spell a bright flash of light flooded the room, then faded just as quickly.

“Great now it’s my-” Amy never got to finish her sentence. Because when she opened her eyes willow was nowhere to be found. She looked down and gasped because where Willow should have been, instead there was a pile of clothes. What really shocked her was the little baby with red hair, which was lying in the pile of clothes.

A.N Translation is May the goddess of love and the beauty of my request, grant me the gift to me boon of age to be a child

I tried to make it say, May the goddess of love and beauty grant me the gift of youth, the youth of a child. But I couldn't find the right words.

White Heather flowers mean, Protection wishes come true. I'm not very good at doing spells so i tried to make it simple. Tell me what you think of this story.
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