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Music tag

Rules: Using only one band, answer the following questions. Then, tag ten people.
Tagged by @moving-taylor-swiftly-on

Band: Five Finger Death Punch

What’s your gender? Question Everything
Describe yourself: Jekyll and Hyde
How do you feel?: Diggin’ My Own Grave
If you could go anywhere: Anywhere But Here
Favourite mode of transportation: Wrecking Ball
If your life was a TV show: Far From Home
Relationship status: Got Your Six
Greatest fear: The Agony of Regret

I tag: @possessedwithdifference, @mara-dei, @soile-sinead @fallornl

the quality of mercy (1/1)

Summary: In which Killian confesses to David and Emma. Spoilers for 6x12.

Rated: T

Warnings: None

Words: ~4.3k

Notes: I had a lot of feelings about the end of 6x12.  Title from The Quality of Mercy by William Shakespeare.  Much love and gratitude to my instrumental wife @ripplestitchskein for reading this through for me.

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The worst of it, Killian thinks, is that for a moment, he doesn’t recall the man’s face.

He was nothing but a liability, standing between his crew and enough riches to carry him from one day to the next, bleeding out a living until he could sink his hook into the crocodile’s neck. And he doesn’t recognize David’s father at first, because he’d been merely one in the stream, one of the nameless voices that whispers to him late at night, or early in the morning, growing louder and louder, until he’s forced out of bed – and out of the endearingly tight circle of Emma’s arms – to wander along the line where the town meets the sea.

Only now, this one has a name, and the longer and harder he peers down at the drawing, the more familiar he seems. Not only from a hazy memory, but from the set of his brow, the swell of his cheeks, features he sees in the man he now calls his friend, and in the woman he longs to call his wife. And here, in the midnight shadows of the home he shares with her, he holds tight to the incriminating pages, a wisp of the darkness still stirring in his heart suggesting he surrender them to the sea.

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