steve needs hugs
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Fandoms: The Avengers (Marvel Movies)
09 Aug 2015
Don't worry, this is not the last story in the Dreamfasting series - I guess you could say it ends the first phase. There's still a bit of a mystery afoot, and a bit of a gigantic revelation that...well, you'll see.
Since a few folks have asked: I swiped the term "dreamfasting" from the 80s Jim Henson movie The Dark Crystal. It has a slightly different meaning there, but I always thought it was a beautiful word.
- Part 8 of The Dreamfasting
40 OTP prompts originally found on Tumblr, which I will take requests to do. Short & sweet, mix of fluff and hurt/comfort.
Chapter 9: Based on the prompt: Danny and Steve on the couch watching a documentary about SEALS, Steve falls asleep thanks to radiation sickness. When scenes depicting dead soldiers being dragged over ground, or details about missions and casualties come on, Danny holds Steve closer, thanking gods that he didn’t believe in that Steve was still here.
And after 9.06, I couldn't not do this SEAL-related prompt.
He's always liked detective stories. For all their complexities, they make it so simple to solve the world.
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Fandoms: Marvel Cinematic Universe, Iron Man (Movies), Captain America (Movies), The Avengers (Marvel Movies)
18 Jan 2015
It was every cliché he’d ever heard about soulmates. Every sappy thing they wrote down in the magazines, every single thing he had always hated about the myth. It was all-consuming, and rushing through his veins like molten lava, like his whole existence was suddenly filled with sunlight. A door opened, and a myriad of emotions stormed through his body: confusion, disbelief, loneliness, and so much fierce determination that it almost knocked Tony off his feet. And he understood then, understood that these emotions weren’t his. They were Rogers’.
This is a story about fate, self-doubt, choice and eventually—love.
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15 May 2016
When Steve’s hand found his, he nearly crumpled. “Missed you,” he said, reaching for Steve before he could stop himself. His arms were around Steve’s waist, as he lowered himself on top of Tony. Their bodies were pressed together, and Tony’s mouth peppered the skin of Steve’s throat with hot, hungry kisses. “So much.”
And then, it was all lost. Completely lost.
(In which Steve thinks of soulbonds as everyone's happily ever afters and Tony realizes that for all the shit they're put through, they really, truly are.)