A/N: Uhm, I honestly have no idea where this came from. It’s just a little blurb I NEEDED to get out there. There is no pairing because… Well, you’ll just see why. Again, I’m sorry. The only warning: FEELS
The bunker was eerier than usual as Dean’s bare feet padded along the twists and turns of the hallway. He knew today would be hard, difficult–maybe even more so than hell–but he couldn’t help but feel a weight crushing his chest. Something was missing, and it would remain that way until the end of time.
“Where did we all go wrong?” he muttered. There was concern in his voice, but a new breed of venom had crept its way into his being. That night had been a disaster on everyone’s part. They couldn’t close the gates of hell, the angels had fallen, and people were hurt.
Despair blanketed the world, and it felt heavier with each passing day.
Meanwhile Sam drove along this deserted gravel road so many times the map was embedded into the depths of his memory. When his brother Dean was teaching him how to drive this was the first landmark they would hit. It wasn’t recognized by the masses; no one paid attention to a broken, run-down church. The fact was this was where his and his brother’s entire lives had been altered.
“I’m sorry I let you down,” he murmured. “I’m sorry I couldn’t save you.”
Sam has felt hate run through his veins multiple times before. When he butted heads with his dad, when he lost Jess, when hellhounds dragged Dean to hell; the list was too long for him to recall. Now he could no longer feel a thing, since the hate began to pound against his ribcage and deafen his ears.
The brothers had been saved by angels, demons, witches, and countless hunters. Also, they had been duped by some of those people. Some they would see like a comet streaking in the nighttime sky, and others made it feel like their hearts had been pierced by the tip of an arrow. There was one, specifically, that made both their heads spin.
It was the day Sam and Dean Winchester lost their sister Y/N, whose eyes now shine like ebony and lips permanently set in a deceptive grin.