spring revel


{Hear you the spring}
{edits made by me :)}

Then I saw another angel flying in midair, and he had the eternal gospel to proclaim to those who live on the earth—to every nation, tribe, language and people. He said in a loud voice, “Fear God and give him glory, because the hour of his judgment has come. Worship him who made the heavens, the earth, the sea and the springs of water.
—  Revelation 14:6-7
Together or Not at All

Words: 6,790
Pairing(s): Elsa and Revel
Rating: K
A/N: This is my submission for dreamswanderer‘s Spring Writing Prompt. Also tagging obsessedwithfrozen42 because I know you really wanted to read this =D

            Clack! Clack! The wooden training swords smacked smartly together sending reverberations down the shafts of wood and into the wielder’s hand. Clack! Clack! Revel melted away from Elsa’s recoil as smoothly as smoke drifting in the breeze, his form damn near perfect this evening. To her credit, the Arendelle queen didn’t let on the level of her growing frustration as she pressed her attack, the slender wooden blade slicing and cutting through the air with practiced precision.

           “Your form is a little rigid tonight, love,” Revel observed with a half-grin as he barely dodged a sweeping ark that Elsa changed at the last second into a forward plunge that would have speared her husband through the stomach if these weren’t blunted weapons and if he wasn’t just a shade too quick for her. Grunting in surprise, Elsa changed trajectory, her feet pivoting against the packed earth floor, and moved to slide her blade into the pocket of Revel’s armpit in anticipation for a throw. But again the king consort slipped away as if made of water and wacked his wife playfully on the back of her thigh with a satisfying smack! He grinned with satisfaction when she yelped in surprise and rubbed the stinging mark, glowering as she did.

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