what if u had an identical twin that did porn and u like went to the grocery and theyre like “omg i saw u take 3 dicks at once while wearing a turtle costume” and ur like “god dammit gary”
Killian \ˈki-lē-ən \ Irish and Gaelic origins; a diminutive of the Irish-Gaelic “ceallach” meaning little warrior, strife, battle, conflict, war also: fierce
Jones \ˈjōnz \ English medieval and Welsh origins; Jones (literally “son of John”) is derived from the personal name John; ultimately from the Hebrew “Yochanan” and signifies gracious
at this point i dont even feel like a real person i’m just 50% sarcasm and 50% tv shows
me: [ten chapters into a fanfic] i think i’ve read this before
You have two people, very lost, thinking that there’s no such things as love, as happy endings for them. You have a lost girl, an orphan, invisible to the eyes of everything, too used to being left behind, not worth carrying about, no ones look at her, people just walk past her and nobody stops and ask her how’s she feeling.
There’s a lost girl and she’s lonely, she’s protected being high walls because there’s nothing worth letting in, because feeling sucks and only hurts.
Then you have a man, who lost his honor, who lost his faith, his heart and his love and he sees her, the loneliness of the orphan echoes his own, and for the first time he smiles, fully, he’s not in a rush but he takes his time, he smiles at her and he sees her.
They have no hope but together they have it, they understand each other, they need each other, they can count on each other, he will forever support her. He doesn’t care about her title, her duties, her magic, her loneliness or the fact she’s an orphan, he sees her as a whole, a strong woman with a broken heart, but so worth fighting for.
He doesn’t have hope until he meets her and so does she, he’s not scared of climbing her walls, he’s not afraid to challenge her, to look at her in the eyes and see the ghosts of her past. He’s not asking her for anything but he wants more, he wants her, love, her love, he wants to be better, he wants to live and to have a happy ending -but never over her own- but he wants to be a man of honor.
That’s the beauty of Captain Swan.
How they create love over broken pieces of heart, over scars and ghosts, how they support each other and make each other feel better, like they can finally breathe again.