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Location: A Hospital yonder -
The issue: An oncologist has a patient dying of cancer on his ward that he regrets not being able to save - or give any quality of life.
A chance encounter with a drunk admitted through the ER might change that. But if the only thing you can give is yourself, however short that might be - would it be enough? Worth it? Could you accept the loss in return for one hell of a ride?
Fandoms: The Flash (TV 2014)
20 Jun 2016
Her phone finally buzzed on Wednesday, nearly a full week after Amelia’s Wish. She swiped at the message from the Reverse Flash, hardly daring to breathe, then broke into a grin when she’d read it. It was typically terse, and said: What do good guys use to test medical advancements on instead of kidnapped-human trials? Asking for a friend.
She texted back: I think I can find you some volunteers.
(Based on this tumblr post about a Villain Wrangler for the Make-a-Wish Foundation, who specializes in fulfilling Wishes that require, well, villains!)
- Part 2 of Poetry
Fandoms: The Fault in Our Stars - John Green
25 Sep 2017
Hazel Grace Lancaster, your story was not over yet.
Fandoms: Marvel Cinematic Universe, Iron Man (Movies), Captain America (Movies), Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017)
19 Jun 2018
Peter is sad that Bucky is shaving his hair off, even if it's for a good cause. Tony suggests they have one last hurrah with the luscious locks.
Fandoms: Spiderman Homecoming, Ironman, Spiderman: Homecoming, Iron Man (Movies), Iron Man 3 - Fandom
14 Dec 2018
Peter cries over spilt milk
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In which Jean Kirschtein is a self-proclaimed pretentious douchebag with an abiding love for metaphors and unlit cigarettes, Marco Bodt is an obscure novel addict who realizes that everything is a side effect of dying, and the two of them fall into what is not so much a story about cancer as a story about love, because everyone knows that cancer books suck. [The Fault In Our Stars AU]
- Part 1 of Oblivion
Bookmarked by 3spix
20 Jan 2015
Ite so I spent most of this screen capping Jean's ridiculousness and laughing at the awesome erejean brofest and trying very, very hard not to think about dead relatives, reminding myself instead that stories like this are the best sort of closure for those that cancer leaves behind.