crossroadscastiel

crossroadscastiel:

For a split second after he latches on to your wrist, you’re certain he’s going to do it. Finally, he’s going to kiss you. Right there, in front of your brother, you will come to know the taste of his lips on your own. You will understand the electricity of his tongue, the…

astrasperas
In one life, the cosmos decided you were to be a man—broad shouldered, rumbling voice, one that I felt with my lips upon your neck—and I loved you.
In another it decided you were to be a woman, and so I touched the ends of your hair splayed against the small of your back. In some you were the wind, in a few others, fire. In about another twelve, I barely felt you.

And here is where I realize I love you with eyes closed.
I love you in any size, in any shape, in any form.
I love you whether I can touch you or if I have to die trying.
I’ll love you as long as I can feel you.

I wake up to my 23rd life, and I can’t find you any longer.
The cosmos asks me if I still love you, and I close my eyes.

I breathe lightly.
taleasoldastimeywimey

lullabelleno:

A couple of days ago, @Destiel_Network asked:

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The replies were:

524,600 Minutes by oatmeal_queen | LJ | PG-13 | A man wakes up alone on the streets of Detroit. Lost and somehow forgotten, he’s dressed in blood-soaked clothing without memories and without a name.

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taleasoldastimeywimey

pandasauruswrecks asked:

Hey, I was wondering if you know of any sites where I can read cute/hot destiel fanfic?

peniscas answered:

I recommend Archive of Our Own, or Live Journal. If you’re looking for places to find Dean/Cas fanfic, for example a master list fic rec, I recommend the following:

Of these options, definitely give destielfanfic a little more consideration as you’ll be able to search exactly what you are looking for in a fic. The other options provide a rather long list of really good fanfic (I’ve read quite a few of them), and they’re all worth a look over.

snowprincecas

snowprincecas:

When the story of Dean and Cas reaches the other hunters - sometimes it’s hearsay, sometimes it’s directly from the source - the overwhelming reaction is shock. That, Sam can understand. He knows they’re not shocked about the relationship itself; more the surprise that both parties had managed to…

flutiebear

Are Dean and Cas In Love? A.K.A The Great Season 7 Rewatch (Part 9)

flutiebear:

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Previously: The Born Again Identity (Part 1, 2, 3, 4 and Coda)

I’ve often said that Season 7 convinced me of that Dean and Cas were in love, and to this day it boggles my mind that so many fans blame Sera Gamble for “ruining” the characters’ relationship. Far from it! So I thought I’d step through my favorite season, episode by episode, and point out why I was so convinced.

Here it is, “Party On Garth!” Finally! I apologize for all the many, many delays… I had a major work deadline to complete, you know how it goes. Thanks for your patience, and sticking with me, despite the delays.

Fair warning though: This is the longest single installment yet. I thought about breaking it into multiple parts, but I couldn’t find a good place to break. So, like, just be forewarned - you might need a stretch break halfway through. :)

**WARNING: Minor spoilers for early Season 8**

The first time I watched “Party On, Garth!”, I hated it. Hated, hated, hated it. To be honest, I felt downright insulted by it: the good cheer, its standalone plot, the lack of Cas. Everything about it just rankled.  

In hindsight, however, I’ve changed my tune considerably. I think most of my initial reaction stemmed from the fact that I still reeled from the emotional apocalypse that is “The Born Again Identity”, because on its own merits, “Party On Garth” is actually a pretty cool little story. Not only is it a nice palate cleanser from the trauma that just occurred (and will occur again shortly), it also greatly advances Dean’s personal story arc without ever feeling over-the-top.  It’s a solid bridge episode, linking past and present and carrying us into the season’s final act, and one of the best of its kind we’ve seen in the series so far.

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