“You cannot just leave!” Loki yelled at you, his voice getting louder with every word.
“Why can’t I go home? It’s not like I live far!” You tried to reason with him. All that happened today was Loki couldn’t find you for a few hours because you decided to leave the castle for a while to visit your parents and have lunch with them. You were innocent here and Loki was the bad guy. “I offered you to come with me like…A week ago.”
“HOW DO I KNOW YOU WERE WITH THEM AND NOT SOMEONE ELSE?” Loki screamed with rage, kicking and pushing over everything in your shared bedroom. It was your turn to get angry.
“Are you fucking kidding me right now?” You hissed, too angry to yell. “I have been nothing but faithful and supportive of you and this is what I get in return?” Your voice was dangerously low and Loki swallowed, knowing your words were true, but it made him no less angry. “I have done everything for you. I’ve been your shoulder to cry on, the one to stand by your side. I care about you more than anyone but you’re clearly too much of a monster to see that.” As soon as the words left your mouth, you regretted it. Loki’s face fell at the word and you watched as he broke apart infront of your eyes. His eyes began to water and he opened his mouth to say something but nothing came out. *gif* “Loki..” You said sadly, walking towards him but stopped when he began to back away.
“Get out.” He said, his voice barely audible. You stood there, saying and doing nothing. “GET OUT!” He kicked the bed, making you jump and scatter from the room. You left too early to see your husband collapse onto the bed, sobbing into his pillow as he realised his worse nightmare had become true: You saw him the same way he saw himself.