renegadekarma

stars, hold your fires

Month: August, 2014

the price we pay

That’s why they do it, after all, after all this time. They’re a team for an evening every week, united in their love for the same girl.


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forever within our numbered days (part two)

“But he had given her their own slice of infinity, and she treasured every moment of it.”


 

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forever within our numbered days (part one)

“Will, I’m a grenade. And one day I’m going to explode, and destroy everything and everyone in my path, and I’d really like to minimize the casualties.”


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you were moonlight

“The fates are cruel. They send me a hero every thousand years, someone who can’t stay. And the worst part is that I know it’ll happen, and I still fall in love with them each time.”


 

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the crossroads of destiny

“I’m sorry,” he started after a moment, his voice still low but lacking the harshness in a way that made him seem vulnerable like Tatiana had never heard him before, “But that’s something we have in common.”


 

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i’m no superman

“Well, our shift officially starts…” she paused, watching the second hand move for several seconds, “now, so we better keep all twenty-nine of them alive.”


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the choices we make

“We’ve been waiting for this day for basically our entire lives. You know what tomorrow is.”


 

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knock, knock

“You realize that it’s nearly dinner time, right? You shouldn’t still be in – OH MY MERLIN.”


 

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accidentally in love (part three)

“Well, the next time we attempt to stop a research director from selling classified state secrets to a terrorist organization, we’ll ask him to be more specific with the delivery times,” Tatiana replied cheerfully, pouring them each a cup of coffee and handing him one.


 

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accidentally in love (part two)

“Maybe that was my mistake,” he replied quietly, and her heart sunk again.


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