The Puppet MasterThe two men walked side by side down the dimly lit London backstreet footsteps clacking on the cobbles. The brisk night air made white smoke of each breath and the streetlights only afforded glimpses of each other's face. A break in their conversation had left an easy silence in its wake. One man almost beamed with anticipation the other's expression was less jovial. A few meters down the alleyway there was a dimly lit door with a wooden sign hanging just to the right that announced 'The Red Lady'; the only evidence of the mysterious establishment. As they drew near to their destination the pensive man slowed to a stop. The other took 3 steps before realizing his companion had halted and turned flashing him a curious glance.The Puppet Master4 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"Are you sure about this Charles?"
Charles's eyebrows drew together gently though his smile did not falter.
"It's unlike you to be uncertain Erik" he commented returning to his side.
"I just don't fancy the idea of being trapped in a basement pub if this mutant doe
BBC Sherlock: Reichenbach FallsJohn got home with the help of Lestrade. "Are you sure you don't need someone to keep you company?" John shook his head at the concerned inspector. He nodded and patted John's back again "Well if you need anything, call me." With that he left.BBC Sherlock: Reichenbach Falls4 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
He made his way over to the window with his limp acting up again, waiting for Lestrade to leave. The inspector got into his car, and John collapsed. Silent tears streamed down his face, he grabbed his heart with one hand and his head with another and cried.
He couldn't remember when he had fallen asleep, but he work up on the floor. He could feel how puffy his eyes were, how raw his throat was and how his muscles ached. He couldn't care less because the man he so whole heartedly admired had died earlier that day.
He stumbled into the kitchen. Looking around he couldn't make his mind up whether he'd like to get drunk off his mind; and try to forget the pain that was causing his chest to feel unbearably empty, or to drink some tea and go to bed. Jo