26 Jun 2019
Society had come a long way with how they viewed soulmarks, both platonic and romantic, but the stigma from the past still remained.
People clung to the old belief that the more marks you had, the more fractured your soul actually was. People with multiples were thought to be marked by the devil. The greatest of the world's evils had been done by people who carried less than five.
Peter had seven and he didn't know what that meant for him.
Will he be able to overcome his fears and begin to let people in?
- Part 1 of Written in Color
Bookmarked by MaryElizabeth2602
22 Apr 2021
10 May 2020
That was a side-effect of the soulmate bond people didn’t talk about much. It wasn’t just that you had to tell the truth when you spoke, there was this compulsion to speak: To answer every question, say every thought. You had to physically keep your mouth shut or the truth would leak out anyway.
He supposed it meant that there were no secrets between soulmates, but there were some things—like the fact that Peter being curled up in his mom’s blanket, flushed with fever and cuddly, was one of the cutest things he’d ever seen—that wouldn’t hurt to stay in Tony’s head.
19 Feb 2020
Soulmates aren't predetermined. Instead, they're created when you get close enough to someone, in the form of an empathy bond.
Peter has bonds with Ned, with May, and with Tony. Three people who take up his soul, and he would die for each and every one of them.
He used to have a bond with Ben.
13 Feb 2020
It’s the feeling that something is missing. That something important is absent from your life. It’s like a chunk of your world is nonexistent and the only way to get it back is “fate” and “destiny.”
Tony Stark did not believe in any of it.
~Soulmate AU where you don't see any shade of your soulmate's eye color until you make true eye contact with them~
Fandoms: Marvel Cinematic Universe, Iron Man (Movies), Spider-Man - All Media Types, Spider-Man (Tom Holland Movies)
15 Jan 2020
The soulmark will first appear on the fifth year of your birth. It is a minuscule combination of numbers on the underside of your left wrist. It will read left to right in this order: years, months, days, hours, minutes, seconds. Everyone's soulmark varies greatly—some must wait only a few months or days until they meet their soulmate. Others must wait many years.
(Tony turned five on May 29th, 1975. His soulmark appeared at nine a.m.)