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  1. Public Bookmark 32

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    “The gods,” she said, “are moonglow and wild tides. It is humanity that is of fire, fickle and fragile, priceless beyond measure. Few know this truth as well as you. Remember it, Patroclus Chironides, and perhaps the Fates will be in your favor.”

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    18 Oct 2017

  2. Public Bookmark 19

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    The arrow rips through his back like fire, sliding through muscle like butter, his bones fragmenting and yielding- yielding so that the arrow might rip through vulnerable organs and soft lung.

    Achilles does not curse his bones, nor his limbs for failing to deliver him from danger; he merely turns his head to the side so that he might gaze up at the sky, calmly blue above a world of red. He doesn’t want his last sight to be one of death and destruction.

    All is well in the afterlife. (It's a feel good, well overdue afterlife reunion)

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    18 Oct 2017

  3. Public Bookmark *

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    As Namjoon stood slightly removed from the scene, bemusedly watching the six-year-olds swarm around his cooler (which he had borrowed from his mom), he didn’t even notice that someone had sidled up next to him until he heard the tiny, but undoubtedly exasperated, huff.

    He followed the sound, turning his head to the right. A guy was standing there, arms crossed, lips pursed. He let out another huff, louder this time, but only slightly.

    Namjoon refused to acknowledge him. What the fuck was this guy’s deal? Was he really that bitter that his six-year-old just lost a soccer game for six-year-olds?

    One more huff from the guy.

    He was beginning to think this guy’s lips were just perpetually pursed and would simply never, ever unpurse themselves, when he, the guy, finally unpursed his lips to speak.

    “I just think it’s pretty irresponsible to bring Gatorade to a soccer game for first graders,” he said, huffily, “No offense.”

    (or: namjin are soccer dads who fall in luv)

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    08 Aug 2017

  4. Public Bookmark 3

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    Burning down hospitals may win you points with with a certain terminally ill teenager, but it’s also likely to piss off the locals.

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    29 Jul 2017

  5. Public Bookmark 18

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    Trafalgar Law is dying and Doflamingo is nowhere to be found. Maybe it’s for the best.

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    29 Jul 2017