In the Rapa Nui language it means "to recite, to declaim, to chant out".
Harry would look at his saved advert and add more to his list now and then as he learned of things that interested him.
He would always fold the page up carefully, making sure not to harm it, then would fold the lists of his wants and desires. Afterward he would carefully tuck it into his front pocket.
Other than that, no one knew about Harry Potter's dreamworld. Eventually things became rather odd for the boy who simply wanted to be Harry Potter. In an abrupt series of events starting with a letter that his cousin stole from him and ending with a giant of a man busting into a stormy, ancient drafty castlesque structure.
And that was when things started to go wonky. In a strange turn of fate, he was: All things Harry Potter had never dreamed about being.
There was a trip on a flying motorbike and a trip through a magical part of London. Diagon Alley had a sort of retro-pseudo-Victorian chic that few places could pull off without looking like cheap tourist traps.
Instead it was filled with individuals who seemed to think good taste and fashion were mild suggestions that only applied to other people.
You see when people started shaking his hand and treating him like they were meeting a prince, Harry started to suspect that even in the magical Wizarding World, Harry Potter would not easily be just simple Harry Potter.
There was the usual school supply gathering nonsense. From Gringott's to Ollivanders and all other shops to check things off the list, he and Hagrid made the best of the situation. However, when Harry entered Madame Malkin's for a robe fitting, the normal plot and plans went askew, though no one knew this at the time.
He had his first unfortunate encounter with Draco Malfoy while they waited for Madame Malkin and her assistants to measure and set them up for their robes. This would be the first of many unfortunate encounters with said boy, but Harry would endure them all. They were dreadfully too large for his small frame, being Dudley's hand-me-downs.
He slipped into the magical robes for school, straightening his tie in the mirror, making sure every button was in its correct place.
A bit presumptuous, but I feel quite proud of my work today. Why don't you go have a walk about the store to test it out? Just remember they'll be slightly long at first, since you've plenty to grow for the next year.
Just as he passed out of sight behind a rack, Madame Malkin slipped into the change stall and looked at the boy's clothes. As a purveyor of magical fashion, she could tell instantly when someone was not wearing clothes that fit them properly.
Potter could have fit two of himself in the trousers he was wearing. Flicking her wand about, she hit each of his clothes with a spell of her own devising, though legally she was not actually supposed to do anything of the sort.
The clothes shrunk, mended, and all stains were removed and restored to the point of newness. The brown sweater the boy had been wearing had actually been gray at some point.
She levitated them up to get a better look at them. A few more spells and they were as good as new. Perfect for Harry Potter's size.
She spotted the boy coming back around after getting used to the slight differences in wearing robes and wearing pants.
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