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Domestic Mornings: Luztoye

- George sings in the morning

- Joe is a grump when he wakes up

- Joe always complains that he doesn’t need an alarm clock because George’s songs are loud enough as it is

- You try waking up to Louis Armstrong impressions nearly every day of your life!

- But Joe knows that he’s gotten used to waking up to the sound of George’s voice

- Sometimes the songs are loud and obnoxious, they make Joe want to roll his eyes and fall back asleep, or maybe throw a pillow at George when he comes in to poke at Joe and try to grin him awake

- Sometimes the songs are as melodic and familiar as his mother’s cooking, or the stretch when you first wake up

- Those times, Joe might even grace George with a smile before 7 AM

- and sometimes, the best times, the songs are as heartbreakingly gentle as flakes of snow

- On these mornings, George decides to stay in bed

- Joe will awaken to a warmth beside him and the sound of quiet love songs in his ears

- Sometimes he’ll pretend to sleep, just a bit longer, because he knows George’s repertoire is near endless and Joe just wants to listen

- On those mornings, Joe will turn in the sheets and wrap George in his arms
- Joe doesn’t have to look to know that George is smiling into Joe’s chest

- “Corporal Toye, there will be no cuddling in my company” he drawls

- “Shut up and sing to me, Luz”

- Joe drifts back asleep to the words of Billie Holiday and the sound of George’s voice

  • The Hobbit: Adventuresome tale of bravery and friendship; Great deeds ending with peace and domesticity; leaves you with a warm, bittersweet feeling.
  • The Lord of the Rings: Sadness intermingled with joy; dark patches chased away by passages of endless brightness; Leaves you with hope and love in your heart despite fleeting shadows of grief & loss.
  • The Silmarillion: Laughs as it carves your heart out with a blunt knife. Throws your heart onto the floor and stomps on it repeatedly. Spits on your emotions. Who needs feelings anyway

other trauma survivors: trauma doesn’t define you!

me, a borderline personality, sinking my nails deeper into my poor mental health, desperately trying to cling to anything and everything that can provide me with a label that offers a sense of identity and allows me to feel like a real person: . mmm,. mm? interesting concept but. i have One question. what the whole fuck

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Hello yes today’s prompt’s nature and I’m super weak for Bakugou feeling mushy feelings (though you’re being weird again Blasty stop that)

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@xpaintedladyx more than happy to, lov!!!!