Not Domestic - Tyler-SmithThe Doctor breathed out a deep sigh. His breath appeared before him in a cheery cloud before blowing away in the wind. Today was the day. He could still hardly believe this was happening.
Nervously, he rubbed his hand behind his ear for the billionth time, trying and failing to stop himself from pacing back and forth. He breathed the crisp winter air in deeply once more and tried to make himself appreciate the beautiful white world laid out before him. This, too, was in vain.
"You alright?" a familiar voice came from behind him. The Doctor wheeled around and tried to pretend like he was not startled. Peter Tyler leaned out of the door, fixing his tie with an eyebrow raised in question. "They told me you needed some air."
The Doctor gave a stiff nod and breathed in deeply once more. "I'm fine." He said, half to Pete and half to himself. He was. He was fine. He was exited. He wanted this. He wanted this more than anything else in the world. So why was this one of the most frightening thi
Happily Ever After"Why did he do it?" Rose Tyler looked listlessly across the great grey expanse before them. Sand, sea, and sky all melded into one big overcast horizon as far as the eye could see. She sat on the damp sand with her legs crossed and hugged herself slightly as the temperature lowered, the sun sinking lower in the sky to her left. Jackie Tyler paced somewhere behind her, trying to contact Pete and manage transport to get them back to London. But she didn't care anymore. She couldn't even think about London. All she could think about was him.
"Do what?" The Doctor or a man that looked just like him sat down beside her. He crossed his legs in a similar fashion and wrapped his arms around himself like she did, if for no other reason than to let her know that she was not alone.
"He left us here." She told him without bothering to turn her gaze from the sea. "Why did he do it? He said you were him, you so tell me why." Her tone held more accusation than sympathy as she
(Levi x Reader MARRIED AU) Anniversary Confessions"I haven't seen you this nervous before, Levi." Eren sighed from his seat by the changing room, listening to Levi throw various pairs of ties and shirts to the floor. "You do know that she would like anything you picked out. It's not like she looks down on you for wearing one of your usual outfits." Levi threw another shirt to the floor and groaned loud enough for the store clerk to peep in and intrude.
"Is there something wrong?" He asked, frowning at the mess of clothes piled beneath Levi's stall. "Is there something specific you're looking for, sir?" Silence ensued, and the clerk fiddled with the watch on his wrist, awaiting an answer. Eren huffed loudly and observed the racks of clothing.
"I think... He'd suit a navy blue button-up with a black tie, thank you." The clerk nodded, and went off to gather the requested items. Levi began to pick up the scattered clothing below him, and refolded them into neat squares, just as he found them. Bad habits die hard.
Chibi... Corporals?!! (Levi Rivaille x Reader)
"It's time to bring her back to the headquarters. They'll be safer here and we need her skills back."
"I will write the letter now!"
"Miss (f/n)! Miss (f/n)!" a shout echoed loudly.
The door opened, revealing a (e/c) eyed woman looking down at the exhausted messenger, watching him catch his breath.
"Jack..." she muttered. "Did anything happen?" she inquired, slightly raising an eyebrow.
"I have... a letter for you..." he arfed, before taking a deep breath and blurting out: "It has the Survey Corps' seal, I thought it might be something important!"
(E/c) eyes widened and (s/c) hands snatched the document away from the messenger. The soldiers had only returned from an expedition a couple of days ago; had something happened? No, it couldn't be, he would never fall under those beasts...
Hurriedly, the cover was disposed of and the paper content neatly unfolded. An eager gaze razored over the familiar handwriting:
'Squad Leader (f/n),
I, Erwin Smith, Commander of the Recon Corps, hereby ann
Icarus and His SunWhere the flaming tongues of her hair caressed his skin, his flesh became liquid, dripping and sliding from his bones. Malleable. Pliable. Haunted with whimsy, vibrating with a delightful ecstasy that made his lungs as barren and as hungry as a desert. Had there been a time when they- when he- was solid? He almost couldn't recall. Her very presence muddied his mind, pulling him deep into an abyss of pure light.
Where she was warm.
Where she was serene.
Where she was nothing but elation and acceptance.
But for all its glory, it was the one place...
...where he wasn't safe.
He knew he wasn't safe.
And deep inside, he suspected she did, too.
But there was nothing he would rather have than this.
Holding the curves of her face in his hands. Resting her head in his lap. Playing and tempting her lips, softly first, and then passionately, until she burned so bright he could hardly see or think. He could only feel, and try to preserve and tuck the precious sensation
Levi x Reader - In Darkness [Soulmate!AU](AU Note: For maximum effect, listen to this)
The little bus rattled along the small uneven road, its engine coughing loudly with each bump and rut that it encountered. The four occupants of the bus bounced up and down in their seats with each maneuver of the bus. None of them complained, all eyes on the scenery surrounding them. The bus driver grinned as he watched the three passengers looking out the windows, excitement reflected in their eyes.
“Feast your eyes, mates. Ain’t nothing as beautiful as this countryside,” he called out.
“Ain’t that the truth of it,” one of the female passengers called out before turning to her son who was staring open-mouthed at the green fields dotted with yellow and red flowers. “Remember all this color, son. It’ll be another year before you see everything in grey.”
The young kid turned to look at his mother. “When can I see every
Photograph [Marine!Levi|Reader] Modern AU
Another sleepless night, another wave of aching loneliness that managed to sink it's way so deep it nearly shattered your bones under its weight. Two hours had flown by and all you had managed to accomplish was count the raindrops as they riveted down the glass stained with his fingerprints, a silent reminder of how long he had been gone. Dust drifted up from the windowsill, swirling gently beneath the off white glow of the desk lamp. Thick drops of rain pattered against the red brick of your apartment building, drumming dully above your head against the old cement roof. Nights like these were best spent wrapped in the sheets sharing nothing but the warmth of the moment while the rest of the world faded away into the murky grey scattered across the night sky.
His picture hung in polaroids above the frame of your once shared bed, strung together by thin black yarn woven around twinkling lights. A thin smile perked at your lip
Burn [Angel!Levi|Reader] AU
Heaven-a place regarded in various religions as the abode of God (or the gods) and the angels, and of the good after death, often traditionally depicted as being above the sky
It all seemed to be a mix of those four things, circling ceaselessly around him as the centuries passed. Nobody understood how it worked and there was nobody to ask seeing as an angel's life was mostly solitary. It didn't bother him as it did in the beginning, his anger had subsided after a few decades and soon his wanderlust lulled the dancing flame of sorrow that had burned behind his eyes since his first final breath.
He had been give another life or two afterwards, that he was sure of.
Certain landmarks, the twinkle of a specific city at night, an old song drifting up through the clouds, they would strike a familiar chord in his chest. Nothing ever came through clearly, his other lives mingled with each other and skewed any solid memories he had.
Dor |Cheater!Levi x Reader x Cheater!Eren|
It’d been going on longer than you would have liked.
The secretive glances to one another, the whispers that were almost immediately by muffled giggles. They’d look up at you, whisper fervently before he would ask you that dreaded one question.
Eren leaned into Levi’s side and shot a glance your way before whispering something into his ear. Levi’s grey eyes rose to meet your own, then settled back on Eren’s. The corners of his lips twitched at whatever was said.
Didn’t they have any shame?
Didn’t they know they were hurting your feelings?
Eren peeled himself away from Levi’s side to lean towards you inconspicuously as his eyes flickered over the cards in your hands. He scooted back to Levi’s side and immediately tugged on Levi’s shirt, whispering once again into his ear.
(Levi x Reader MODERN AU) Girl Online
"Okaay, so you're telling me you're going to meet some random person - and take note that you only know them by their username - and spend the whole day with them?" Hanji had Levi on speaker, her hands busy typing up a report for work. She swiveled around in her chair and sighed loud enough for Levi to sense the disappointment in her voice, and in response groaned.
"We have a lot in common, okay? Plus. It's a public place. They're not gonna murder in pure daylight." Levi took a look at himself in the mirror. Was a button-up too formal? Should he just pull on a hoodie and jeans and call it a day? Aw, fuck it. He already went through the trouble of tucking in the damn shirt, and spent at least 10 minutes digging through his closet to find a cardigan that matched. "You still there, four-eyes?"
"Yeah, yeah. Listen, I gotta go. I had to submit this thing like - three days ago." Hanji hit backspace loudly and took a loud sip of coffee before beginning to type loudly again. "Call me aft