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  1. Public Bookmark 4

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    It’s always thoughts of Sherlock that make it difficult to breathe all of a sudden, that make John grit his teeth and stay as if there’s something he’s trying to prove.

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    25 Jan 2015

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    Sherlock thinks everyone would be better off if he had never existed, including and especially himself. When he finds himself in a world in which his wish has been granted, he begins to think perhaps even he could be wrong – but it takes an unlikely chaperone to make him not only observe, but understand.

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    25 Dec 2014

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    "The day of the funeral is cruel in its ordinariness.

    The sun hides behind bleached wisps of clouds, the air is lukewarm on his skin, the ground stubbornly refuses to consume John from the feet up."

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    After losing his mother to illness, John's family must figure out how to move on with life. John finds comfort in a place he never expected.

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    The list that is tacked haphazardly on the refrigerator of 221B reads, ‘Kidney(s), and/or a full cadaver (preferably male, late 30s, under six feet tall), bag of fresh toes, sixteen cow’s eyes (corneas retained), dual exhaust hand –held flame thrower, an unopened first edition copy of Joseph Conrad’s 'Heart of Darkness', and no less than ten abhorrently gruesome murders in the upcoming month.” The one neatly hanging next to it simply reads, “Sex.”

    One of these lists is not John Watson’s. If John Watson were to put what he really wanted in list form, to live in a land somewhere beyond ‘almosts' now that Sherlock Holmes has indeed returned to him, he would never be able to look his flatmate in the eye ever again.

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    11 Dec 2014

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