otp: king and his lionheart

your hands never tremble,
for the hands of a warrior
should never be unsteady.
but in a war against love,
you know you’ve always lost.
—  warrior in love // k.s.
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Whenever Kageyama tossed, I felt that it was more of a trust exercise rather than his egotistical ambition. It was that trust exercise where you’d fall and someone would be there to catch you in their arms.

And I felt that why he was so angry and so – in a way – bossy was because whichever hands he landed in were always in a word, ‘unsuitable’ to him, it just didn’t feel right, thus his violent need for something that was right.

So when he met him,that’s when all of it changed.