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Silence - A Child's Cry Part 1Silence - A Child's Cry Part 1 by AshATurner
It had been a bloody battle, to say the least. Countless soldiers from each side had been killed all over the palace. The chance of finding survivors among the carnage was unlikely at this point, but soldiers were still sent out to search. The people still wanted the hope that all had not been lost.
Hope. It was such a weak sentiment. What good was hope in a time like this? Hope would not get them anywhere with retaliation. Revenge, anger, that was all one needed. But Thor is ever hopeful…and pathetic.
Loki strolled down what was once a grand hall in the palace, taking little notice of the desolation around him. He had wanted, no needed, to get away from the screaming and crying of those who had survived. Their screams were aggravating to him. It probably would not have bothered him so much if he had caused their screams…
In the silence he looked around, trying to remember how the palace looked before the attack. Even he had trouble remembering what it onc
Innocence - A Child's Cry Part 2Innocence - A Child's Cry Part 2 by AshATurner
Every healer was busily tending to what survivors there were, and with every moment more and more arrived. Loki carried the young girl to him, holding her close. He could feel the stares of everyone as he passed by, wondering what on earth he was doing with this child. He didn’t care what they thought. Let them wonder. Let their minds create whatever horrid stories they would. His only concern was for the child in his arms.
By now the child had stopped crying, and lay still in his arms as she looked around curiously. When the healers were in sight, she had gripped tighter to Loki’s neck, as if she feared being separated from him. He relished the child’s innocent touch. She trusted him completely – it was not something he was used to.
Loki was almost to the healers when someone blocked his path. Loki glared at Thor, who eyed him suspiciously.
“What is this, brother?” Thor inquired, staring at the little child that looked up at him with
Goodness - A Child's Cry Part 3Goodness - A Child's Cry Part 3 by AshATurner
IN THE HALL OF ASGARD
“And Loki cares for this child?” Odin asked, leaning back into his seat.
Thor nodded. “He will not admit it and he tries very hard to hide it, but I can see that he is different around her. He is gentle and caring – not to mention that he has spent nearly every waking moment by her side.”
“And this child – Caedra, you said her name was – she cares for Loki?"
Thor nodded again. “But that is understandable given the circumstances. She is a young, frightened child and he was the first to find her.” He paused. “What should I do, father?”
Odin sighed deeply. No longer was he king and still he practically giving orders. “It is not my place to tell you what you must do, Thor.” He answered. “I can only give my opinion.”
“Then I would be grateful to hear it.” Thor replied.
Kindhearted - A Child's Cry Part 3.5Kindhearted - A Child's Cry Part 3.5 by AshATurner
Now that it was determined that Loki would indeed be responsible for Caedra, Loki had little to no objections against the girl to keep the close bond that she had with him intact. He wasn’t sure he could have broken that bond anyway. She was still too young of a girl to understand much about him and who he was, despite the fear that she’d had when first seeing him. But now that he had her trust, there was no getting rid of it, or her.
Not that Loki wanted to be rid of Caedra – far from it. Each and every moment with the young child brought him peace and comfort. It was a sort of feeling he’d not had in a long time, and certainly not in this way. It was obviously clear that Caedra not only trusted him, but she loved him. And with each day Loki’s feelings about this girl that he was to care for grew stronger as the bond between them grew stronger.
After Loki was rereleased from the dungeons and Caedra placed back in
Acquiesce - A Child's Cry Part 4Acquiesce - A Child's Cry Part 4 by AshATurner
Lucius pulled up the hood of his cloak as he ducked down the dark alley way. He was near the edge of the city, as far away from the palace as possible. He could not risk anyone there overhearing the conversation he was soon to have. “Dronicus!” he hissed into the darkness.
A man, also cloaked, came out of the shadows and lowered his hood. He was a young man, and not a particularly handsome one at that. “I’m here, quit your worrying.” Dronicus said. “Why’d you have to meet all the way out here then? And so late?”
Lucius lowered his own hood. He was a middle aged man with thinning light brown hair and a permanent scowl on his face. “You know very well why.” He hissed. “This is a delicate matter, and there are many open ears around the palace.”
“Well what about Heimdall?” Dronicus asked. “He hears and sees all.”
Temperance - A Child's Cry Part 5Temperance - A Child's Cry Part 5 by AshATurner
A FEW DAYS LATER
The hours of the night passed quickly and the first rays of the morning light began to show through the window. The warm light on his face made Loki open his eyes slowly. He had found peace in his sleep, which was not something he could usually find when awake. Sif’s words from the prior night still haunted him. He wondered how much this man Gallan knew of his niece. Not much, it would seem since he had not come for her, and Sif insisted she was the only one that knew Caedra was even related to this man. But Loki could never be careful enough. His bargain with Sif could be easily broken by either person. Even so, Loki couldn’t say he was completely ungrateful that she was giving him something of a chance to keep Caedra.
He glanced down and smiled. Caedra lay curled up against his chest, her hair a tangled mess in her face. She breathed steadily and (more importantly) peacefully. Over the past week she’d had a few more night
Consequence - A Child's Cry Part 6Consequence - A Child's Cry Part 6 by AshATurner
After the moment of initial shock was gone, Loki’s calculative mind began running through every possible scenario. Who would have taken Caedra? Who could have taken Caedra? Not just anyone could have access to the gardens. And wouldn’t someone have seen her? Then Loki remembered. Sif. He had left Caedra with Sif. So where was she? He looked around again, though he knew he would find nothing else. There was no trace of the warrior maiden anywhere.
The thought went through his mind that this was somehow Sif’s doing. He hoped it wasn’t true – not because he cared for her, but because it would mean that she had played him. For the sake of his pride it couldn’t be true. But even then it didn’t make sense for Sif to have done this. She would never do anything to harm Caedra. Besides, if she had wanted to take Caedra away from him, all she would have needed to do was go to Thor. No, Loki confirmed in his mind, this was not
Ignorance - A Child's Cry Part 7Ignorance - A Child's Cry Part 7 by AshATurner
It had been hours since Loki had been dragged out of the throne room. Just how many hours it had been, he didn’t know, and at this point, didn’t care. He had been screaming and fighting the whole way back to his chambers, and even then he had banged on the door for hours after, all the while continuing to shout and scream. He didn’t care that ultimately it did him no good. He just wanted out. He needed out.
He only fell silent when from complete exhaustion he collapsed on the floor between the door and bed. When he awoke a few hours later, he was still alone, though he could tell that someone had entered while he had been asleep. A tray of food had been placed on the table, as well as a bucket of ice and a think, sturdy cloth.
Loki stood up and glanced down at his hand. It was badly bruised and slightly swollen, especially around his knuckles which had carried the brunt of the force as he’d hit Thor.
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It's Fine [trade with AshATurner] Ash's fingers fumbled with a mess of ear buds. They had somehow tangled up in her pocket, and she was slightly frustrated with them. Her hands were already numb from the cold. It wasn't snowing, but it seemed chilly enough. Gusts of wind happened every so often, sending orange leaves flying in the air, along with her red hair. The sun had been shining earlier, giving warmth to what ended up being a day that gave London the impression of snow.It's Fine [trade with AshATurner] by RoupemVairem
... Not to say that the snow or cold really bothered Ashley, of course. She figured that if little kids could still run around at the park, she could go out to the park and listen to music or something of the sort. Imagine Dragons or something.
"I can help you with that if you're having trouble," said a silvery voice.
Ashley looked up, startled. "E-er-" She quickly stopped, realizing that the person suddenly sitting next to her was a man with curly blon
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Cross My Heart [KilixReader]
“__________,”you faintly heard the whisper of your name as someone gently shook your shoulder. You gave a soft groan as you turned onto your side away from the voice, hoping to fall back into a deep sleep before you were disturbed again.
“__________!”the voice whispered again, a little louder this time and more of a hiss. You was shook again, harder this time. “Wake up!”
Irritated, your eyes snapped open, ready to hit whomever it was that had decided to wake you. You turned onto your back and your eyes grew wide as you saw Kili crouched over you, his hand still on your shoulder. He raised his finger to his lips quickly. “Shh…” he whispered as he glanced around the dark room before locking eyes with you again. “Get up.”
You stretched a bit and sat up slowly, running your fingers through your messy hair as you glanced around. It was still dark outside and the only li
It's Okay [MagnusxReader]
The car pulled up just as the train was approaching the station. There weren’t many people on the platform, only around ten or fifteen at most. Kurt was the first out of the car, eyes wide as he saw the man they’d been trying to get a hold of – Max Lunnqvist - standing closer to the edge of the platform. And there was a woman, a woman with blonde hair and wearing a long overcoat, standing next to him. She raised her hand to his shoulder…
“Get back!” Kurt cried out as he ran towards them. “Get back!”
The crowd began to run about in disarray as the man and woman stayed where they were. You jumped out of the back of the car and followed quickly, only stopping and realizing one very important thing – you didn’t have your gun.
Magnus was quick to follow Kurt out of the car, rushing after him and past you. “Get back!” he also called to the crowd, but his eye was fo
Personal Space...Or Not [LokixReader][One Shot]
On a plane, with Loki.
Just the thought of it was a recipe for disaster. Fortunately, Loki and you had made it through the airport and to the plane with essentially no trouble. Yes, there were the usual things like ensuring that Loki didn’t throw someone across the room, and getting him through the security line had been quite an experience but, you had successfully made it through everything.
With discretion being necessary (really, common sense given that you were traveling with the god of Mischief), as well as happening to get last minute tickets, you and Loki were placed at the back of the plane, in the second to last row. Loki was utterly unamused at the horridly impractical plane, already thinking of how uncomfortable it would be for the four hour flight ahead of him. You were kind enough to relent the window seat, and climbed into the middle next to him. Given that this was a red eye flight and there were not that many passengers,
Sherlock Chapter 1
“Don’t you have anything better to do than just sit there all day?” John asked with an exasperated sigh as he saw (for probably the twentieth time in one day) Sherlock sitting in his usual chair by the window.
Sherlock, lost in his thoughts, gave only the vaguest nod to his friend, his eyes never moving from watching the street below. “What would be the point, John?” he asked vaguely after about ten minutes of silence. “There is no case, there is no puzzle. What is there better to do than watch and wait?”
John shrugged and gave his friend a frustrating glare, though he knew his actions would most likely be disregarded, as they usually were in these situations. “Oh I don’t know…maybe go out and try to have a life? Maybe be social?”
“I am being social,” Sherlock replied swiftly, glancing over to John. “I’m talking to you aren’t I?”
John rolled his eyes and shook his
All I Want [One Shot]
The dungeon in Asgard was silent, it’s only prisoner hardly a noisy resident. Ash felt great unease as she walked through the open doorway and through the halls towards his cell. She didn’t want to be here, but where else could she go? Everyone else had abandoned her, so why not turn to such a vile and wicked man? At least he had once shown interest and care towards her…perhaps he still did. And even if he didn’t, it wasn’t like Ash wasn’t used to disappointment and heartbreak at this point.
Loki was resting on the floor, a book in hand, leafing through the pages as he often did. With his new residence, most of his time was spent lost in books as he had when he was younger, though now he had no choice to do anything else should he become bored. But books were a pleasure to him – one of the few he was allowed and allowed himself to enjoy.
The almost silent footsteps of a young woman reached Loki
Just A Smile [One Shot]
“Oh, forgive me!” Amelia said quickly as she stumbled along, narrowly avoiding the man that she had nearly collided with while running down a path that led from her father’s fields to the forest. She was a young woman with light auburn hair, gentle curves about her body, and golden green eyes. She was quick and usually agile, though she was prone her her moments of clumsiness, as she so well displayed now.
Sir Guy of Gisborne, the man she had nearly ran into, gave her an unamused look as he caught hold of her arm quickly to help her steady herself. “What are you doing this far from the house, Amelia?” he inquired, his low voice stern and somber, reminding Amelia of the way her father often spoke to her.
She wrinkled her nose as she brushed back a few strands of her hair from her face. “Am I not permitted to leave the house?” she asked back to him with a playful grin. “Are you going to arrest me? L
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