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It started out as a regular Tuesday morning in New York City. The sun was bright in the sky when at 8:46 a.m., a plane crashed into the North Tower of the World Trade Center. 2,606 people died in there that day, but there were also survivors.
Jared and Jensen meet for the first time in a night that hadn't gone so well for either of them, and they build an instant connection. An unplanned second encounter happens while a building is threatening to collapse on their heads, and an impossible choice has to be made.
The attack leaves deep scars, both physically and mentally, and they are going to learn that the hardest part wasn’t surviving September 11th. Finding the strength to keep living in the aftermath of what that day caused is what proves to be the real challenge, especially when the light at the end of the tunnel seems impossible to reach.
- Part 1 of September Verse
Bookmarked by J2ClanFan
17 Sep 2017
In the aftermath of Samhain, a new mission related to the seals threatens the tenuous peace Sam and Dean have carved out for themselves. Will this newest mission bring them together or will it break them apart forever?
Bookmarked by WetSammyWinchester
20 Jan 2017
Dictionary for a Dead Language by britomart_is
This work isn't hosted on the Archive so this blurb might not be complete or accurate.
14 Feb 2016
Under mysterious circumstances bitterly disputed by the historians, Sam Winchester said yes to Lucifer. Three years later, Lucifer is gone and the familiar landscape that the Winchesters once traversed is a burnt-out ruin of its former self — not to mention the damage done to Lucifer's vessel. Trapped in a grotesque parody of bliss with a brother he no longer recognizes, a shell-shocked Dean has no reason to believe that happy endings exist for men like the Winchesters.
Bookmarked by wtgw
14 Feb 2016
A beautiful, heartbreaking, haunting story. Starts off with a few outside-POV excerpts, then goes into a story of Sam's long sort-of-recovery after Lucifer has gone.
Brief moments of non-explicit Wincest at the end, mostly brother angst and bonding. Pairs well with red wine and tears.