Supercorp one shot:Taking place after Lena tells Kara she is her hero.
“Supergirl may have saved me, but Kara Danvers, you are my hero."
My breath catches in my throat at the words, the slight flutter in my chest makes it hard to speak so I adjust my glasses instead. When I look up, I see Lena looking around, trying to focus on anything but me and that’s when I notice I’m biting my lip…again.
"So,” she says quietly, trying to change the subject, “How do you and Supergirl talk to eachother, you seem very…close."
I feels my cheeks get hot.
"We uh-we’re pretty close, there’s no special alien communication device if that’s what you’re wondering.”
A smile creeps across her face and though I must be imagining it, her body moves closer to me.
“If you have her number I would love to have it,” I don’t try to hid my disappointment and the flutter is replaced with a slight ache and I know its ridiculous, she doesn’t know that we’re the same person but the idea of her wanting Supergirl over the real Kara makes me feel uneasy.
"If you need it I can give it to you but I would have to make sure it’s okay. You know, aliens and their secrecy, “ Lena laughs,
"Secrets all come out eventually” I look up at her, too quickly, she holds my gaze.
“What do you mean by that?” She flattens her skirt out, and the movement draws my attention, its a…a pretty dress.
"I think you know what I mean, Kara.“ She scoots closer to me on the couch and my body moves before my brain thinks about what it’s doing. Before I can speak again she puts her lips against my ear and I know that if I could have goosebumps, they would be everywhere.
"I would know that smile anywhere.”
I feels like all the air has been sucked out of my lungs. Idiot, I’m such an idiot, of course she knows, she’s not stupid. Every time I’ve saved her she’s been talking to
“Kara” she leans back a bit and I try hide my surprise at the goosebumps I see up and down her legs, to no avail. Instead I stand up, too quickly, the heat of the moment makes me forget that humans don’t move so fast she looks up at me with an emotion I can’t quite make out.
"How did you, I mean,“ the laugh escapes my lips and my body fidgets without my say so. "I mean, I’m- I’m sneaky”
I adjust my glasses and she smirks as she stands to face me. Smooth, Kara. “Super sneaky."
She takes a step towards me and I tell my self to step back, I tell myself to beg her to keep it a secret, to deny it all, but instead I sit and stare as her hands reach up and before I know it my glasses are gone.
"These aren’t very good at hiding who you are, Kara.” I take a deep breath and usually I would ramble, usually I would panic but I feel calm, I feel relaxed.
“You can’t hide, not from me.” I feel her hands circle my head and then my hair falls loose against my shoulders. I think she’s going to bring her hands back down but she doesn’t and I don’t think that I want her to. “How long have you known that I’m, that I-.” I ask her, failing to find the words. “Long enough.” And that’s it, maybe it’s the way she’s looking at me or maybe it’s that fact that she figured it out on her own, but in that moment I know what I want to do and I so it.
I kiss her.
I feel her gasp beneath my lips before she kisses me back. It starts gentle, her hands slide in my hair, her lips moving lightly against mine, but when a light moan escapes my lips she throws herself against me. Her lips move feverishly against mine, I pull her tight against me, careful not to hurt her. She pulls me down to the couch and adjust my legs to straddle her.
"Lena.“ I say against her lips and she grabs my back, her hands tracing the zipper of my dress and I want her to pull it down, almost as much as I want to take off hers. The kiss last years, decades, eons, I feel something that I’ve never felt before, a warmth in my stomach, a flutter in my chest. Its not the fact that it’s my first kiss with a woman, it’s her, her taste, her touch, the way she fights to be better the way she-
Her hands tightens against my hips pulling me down on her and all the thoughts leave my head. I forget everything that has happened and it’s just me.
I twist to the left, gently, and pull her on top of me, I start to unzip her dress and she pulls away her eyes bright and wide.
"Is this, is this okay?” She nods and I help her pull it up and over her head. She’s beautiful, I always noticed it, ever since I walked into her office I knew that she was special. I slide my finger up and down her back, up the side of her legs, down her chest. I want to touch every inch, feel every curve, every scar, she turns and pulls me on top of her and does the same. I feel her lips light on my neck and I turn to put her back on top, my head falls back to give her more room. Her hand slides up mine, pinning it above my head. I’ve always hating feeling vulnerable but this, this is different. She whispers my name against my collarbone, not Supergirl, not Danvers, but Kara.
I giggle and she sits up to look at me. “What is it?” I notice a stray hair dangling across her for head and I reach up to tuck it behind her ear. She blushes at my touch,
"I’m happy" she looks at me smiling the brightest smile I’ve ever seen, and she bites her lip, I can’t help it, I pull her lips back down to mine and the heat spreads from my stomach, to my toes and up to my head.
We’re a tangle of limbs and hair and for the first time since my planet was destroyed I feel completely and utterly at peace.
@lenacorpyou said you were looking for ficrecs so I wanted you to check mine out, no hate It’s my first one shot of supercorp :)
anon requested john’s kids finding and playing with one of his guns and how you deal with the aftermath
You lay beside the kids, fixing the covers around them and
flattening their hair as you watched them sleep. Your heart was still beating
heavy. It had slowed to normal, but every thud against your ribcage echoed
through your chest and stole half your breath. The shadow of the adrenaline
still snuck into the root of your nerves, rolling over your skin leaving faint
prickles in its wake.
The scrape of the lock downstairs made you set your jaw and
your eyes fill. You took deep breaths, reaching down to the pit of your stomach
with each draw. The steps kept pace with your heart, beating opposite to each
other, filling the space the other left.
You shot your eyes up to him as he pushed through the
doorway, bringing his hand up to grasp the doorframe and leaning his head
against the fist, smirking.
“Thought you’d all skipped out on me. Never heard ‘em so
His face fell and he moved away from the doorway, standing