Someone’s Always Leaving
This is for @chaos-and-the-calm67 Bev’s Milestone Celebration. I chose the quote, ‘It was odd to be in a room full of people who all seemed to look up to my dad like he was some kind of hero. A part of me wanted to see him through their eyes just for a moment. I tried to picture him as…’. The quote was slightly changed so it wasn’t ‘me, my’, but ‘you, your’. Also, there was a gif given which’ll be in the fic itself…I know it kinda looks like a dude…but just imagine the kid is gender neutral, cos that’s what the reader is.
(GENDER NEUTRAL READER), Bobby, Sam, Dean, Cas, Crowley
Pairing: No Pairing Sam x Y/n (father-kid relationship) Bobby x Y/n (father-kid relationship)
Warnings: Angsty angst…fluff here and there, but mostly angst. Abandonment over and over, resentment, character death, grieving, hatred, angst, more angst, broken relationships and just a mess of shit between everyone.
Word count: 3600
Summary: Sam is the one who takes you in when you lose your parents. But he lets you down time and time again.
A/N: Ok, so, this ended up hella longer than I imagined it being…But there’s mostly angst and nothing else really…Also, reader kinda talks shit about the Winchesters, so if u think the Winchesters are the world’s saviours, u might hate reader…Hope u like it!!
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You knew it was awful. You knew it was wrong.
Of course, most teenagers had their problems with their parents.
But you? Well, you hated him.
You didn’t dislike him. You weren’t just annoyed because he didn’t let you buy something.
You genuinely hated him. And to be honest, you knew it wasn’t good.
Hating the man you used to think of as your father. It was awful.
But then again, maybe you didn’t think of him as a father.
He was the one who took you in. He was the one who promised to protect you. He was the one who was supposed to play that role.
Except, he didn’t.
Every time you expected him to protect you, he didn’t.
He always left you behind.