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Fandoms: Captain America (Movies)
23 Sep 2016
Memory is a way of holding onto
the things you love,
the things you are,
the things you never want to lose.
- Part 5 of I Remember Your Mom
Where there is desire
There is gonna be a flame
Where there is a flame
Someone's bound to get burned
But just because it burns
Doesn't mean you're gonna die
You've gotta get up and try, and try, and try
(Caitlin and Joe. It could be a thing. I'm convinced.)
This is a series of alternating POV through each episode of the show.
Fandoms: Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Avengers (Marvel Movies), The Avengers (Marvel) - All Media Types
02 Feb 2019
Bucky crowded into the booth next to Tony and slung a friendly–and protective– arm around him. “Names James Buchanan but friends call me Bucky and pretty people like you get to call me Bronco.”
He winked and Tony blushed nearly scarlet, stammering uncertainly. “Well, I–I– you– um–”
“You wanna know why they call me Bronco, sweet thing?”
“Now see here!” Ty started to object but shut up abruptly when a rather large hand clapped down on his shoulder, Steve having to apply next to no pressure to keep the other man seated.
“Now see here.” Steve repeated, voice lowering dangerously. “I think you should reconsider your tone, because if you start a scene I can guarantee me and Bucky will finish it and you don’t want that to happen.”
“Sure would be a shame if I had to ruin this pretty table by putting you through it.” Bucky added, and when Steve sent him a look, Bucky ever so casually tugged at Tony’s sleeve so Steve could see just the start of finger shaped bruises at his wrist. “Tell me Tony, how do you feel about coming over and finishing your Valentines Day dinner with us?”
(A commission from my Tumblr, Steve and Bucky rescue Tony from a bad date)
- Part 1 of Valentines Day Fics!
“Every story has a beginning and an end. What lies between those two points is the journey.” ― R.C. Richter, Crossing the Rubicon
- Part 36 of This Should Totally Be A Thing