Hey :D I wanted to say thank you for doing the LJ imagine for me! It was great! I was wondering if you could do a part two, that would be awesome! I know you just did that one so take your time :) thank you again.
Requested By: @imaginesforthepeople
He petted your hair softly, murmuring in your ear as you cried. He held you, cradling you in that dark ally, shielding you from the world. Even a jokester like him knew nothing could help ease your pain. Your body shuttered violently against the cold wind, your torn clothes exposing yourself to the night. You shook so hard and cried so painfully you thought you might actually break into a thousand pieces in this strange mans arms. You couldn’t explain why after everything you just went through, you trusted him. You’d think the idea of being in an unknown mans arms would make you retch, but you didn’t. You felt safe, whether it be because he did in fact save you, or something a little more subconscious, you were okay. He noticed you beginning to shiver and touched your arms a little stronger.
“Come, darling. Let me take you inside.” His voice was rough but kind, like he genuinely cared for you. He spoke small, as to not frighten you. When he went to lift you up, you cried out weakly, still stunned and scared. He pulled you up the rest of the way and laid your arms around his neck, he gently grabbed your back and legs, lifting you up. You whimpered again, burying your face in his neck.
“Shh, its alright, Im going to take you inside, fix you right up.” He whispered.
You didn’t realize how long you both had been walking for, until you raised your head and saw the sun peaking out over the mountains.
“Were here” He giggled, turning and walking through the big iron gates of an amusement park. It was all broken down and dusty, but he seemed right at home. You didn’t say a word, only looked around at what was before you. He only walked a few more minutes once inside the park, until he came to a small little rickety house. He walked up the steps quietly, gently kicking the door open with his foot, and walked you over to a small couch by the front windows. He bent over to softly lay you down, being careful of your now very colorful bruises.
“Easy does it,” He said softly, standing back up to look at you “I’ll be right back sweetheart.”
He returned the next minute with blankets and pillows, grinning widely. He gently moved you to settle you in, a worried look taking home on his face when you winced and groaned. After he got you tucked in, he squatted down to your level. Softly petting your hair, he smiled at you.
“Sleep now, when you wake i’ll have some nice hot food for you to eat. Sleep, darling.”
You nodded and closed your heavy eyes, choking out a weak “Thank you”