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By The Willow Shade

TITLE: By The Willow Shade

CHAPTER NO./ONE SHOT: Chapter 11

AUTHOR: MaliceManaged

ORIGINAL IMAGINE: Imagine being a witch (on Earth) and accidentally summoning Loki. He gets angry and confused, but ends up actually liking your company and teaches you more magic.

RATING: T

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    “Willow; for the last time: No!” Was the first thing that Thor and Odin heard as Loki walked into the more private dining hall reserved for the royal family with a rather exasperated look on his face.

    “Oh, come on! Pleeeease?” Willow pleaded insistently as she followed him in, “I’ll give you a month!”

    “You could give me the rest of your life; the answer is still no,” Loki snapped with a finality to his tone as he dropped down to his seat.

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And I like that about you. I like that your favorite movie changes every week and that your room is messy and littered with clothes you wore last week. I like that you dance around to music when you get sad and that you make faces at yourself in the mirror just for a laugh. I like that your bedsheets smell of your skin and your favorite coconut lotion. I like that you love the stars and being outdoors. I like that you can only cook three things, because dammit at least you do them well. I like that you read poetry and classic books for fun. I like that you take long showers to rinse your day off. I like the sound of your voice when you wake up in the morning. I like how you take your coffee with just a little bit of cream. I like how you aren’t afraid to show me your scars and how authentic you are. I like how you’re afraid of scary movies and will only watch them with me. I like how your music taste is so widespread and that you always will have a good time. I like how you’re realistic but you don’t give up on optimism and happiness. I like that you aren’t afraid of change and you’re maybe just crazy enough to change our whole world. I like how you don’t hold back who you are with me. I like how you’re a little bit crazy when you like someone. I like how you’re protective and caring. I like how you wouldn’t stop at anything to save someone you love. I like you. And I know all of your quirks and habits. I like you a lot.
—  I like you. Can you tell? (s.w.)

“I’m really good at growing weeds.”
She said as though you could accomplish
Something that’s already in compliance
With Mother Nature’s schemes

Credit given for passing a ball
That’s what Tumblr is for
Pick me
Kick me
Please
Well we’re all just tumbling weeds
Trying our best to get a drink out of thin air
While the bartender pretends we’re not there

I guess if people aren’t quoting us
What do we do it all for?
It’s not like we’re the first to write
I hate you/I love you
In so many obfuse words before

I want to see your original thoughts
Not the just the hole in the ground where you stopped
believing in yourself

But while our president’s a dope
We’re threatening to wash
Each others’ mouths out with soap
Easily forgetting the fact that
We do it twice a day voluntarily
Under the guise of “Colgate” and “Scope”
Who’s to be blamed for changing the channel
Every time a breeze offers the promise of denial

We could just try playing nice for once
You scratch my back(ground pic), I’ll scratch yours
Stop tearing each other up online
And start visiting for tea
Stay for supper
Plant more trees
We may think we’re just pulling up weeds
But that’s how tumbleweeds spread their seeds
And there are roots to be had
and there is shelter in the leaves

What I’m trying to say is
Thank you for noticing me
7/16/17

—  Maureen Armstrong | “Keep it Friendly in the Comments”
By The Willow Shade

TITLE: By The Willow Shade

CHAPTER NO./ONE SHOT: Chapter 9

AUTHOR: MaliceManaged

ORIGINAL IMAGINE: Imagine being a witch (on Earth) and accidentally summoning Loki. He gets angry and confused, but ends up actually liking your company and teaches you more magic.

RATING: T

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    Thor left a little while later, and Loki had pulled Willow into a seat by the fireplace, sat across for her then proceeded to make her tell him about everything that happened in the time they’d been apart. Willow told him about the argument with her mother (leaving out the part where she’d slapped her, of course), the usual deal with her fellow classmates, and how she’d passed her final exams with mostly A’s and B’s (which he made sure to express how proud he was of). Loki listened to her ramble on about a band she’d discovered and the last book she read with a slight smile on his face; he had truly missed this. He knew most of what she told him (and many things she didn’t) from the news Heimdall sent him, but he liked the way she expressed her thoughts and feelings; it was so distinctly her.

    After a while, Willow finished recounting and turned the conversation to him. “So; what’ve you been up to?”

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