He let Jace hug him, wrap his arms around him like Alec was the only thing not moving in the room, like he was the only thing that didn't scare him.
It was terrifying, to feel that pressure on his shoulder.
It was easy to carry, because Alec was born to endure pressure.
// Snippets of Alec and Jace sharing a bed trough the years. Like boys do.
Or, an emotional study of events that occurred as depicted in canon.
Featuring your usual parabatai bond, some canon romantic feelings on Alec's part, and Jace being Jace (and I blame Dom for Jace being Jace). There's no actual romantic/freaky action, so it's up to you and how you want to interpret it.
Fandoms: Greek and Roman Mythology, The Iliad - Homer, The Song of Achilles - Madeline Miller, Hellenistic Religion & Lore
29 May 2017
“Don’t you see?!” Cassandra demands, grabbing Nestor by the shoulders and shaking him. Patroclus watches the show with mild interest. “There are cool kids and there are losers, there are jocks and rich kids and geeks and goths and stoners and everything in between, and what we’re about to enter is a swirling vortex of horror wherein they all intermix.”
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Or, in which Patroclus pines after Achilles, Achilles pines after Patroclus, Briseis plays matchmaker, Odysseus has bad ideas, Diomedes has worse ones, Agamemnon sucks, Menelaus can't hold down a girlfriend, and the entire school goes to war.
Bookmarked by matthewcladdario
10 Aug 2017