Don't Leave MeHe stared at the place where she had last stood. Her disappearance had left a void in his heart, one that he did not think could ever be filled. Despair filled him, and for the first time in his life, Hatter knew what it was to have a broken heart, to care for someone more than he cared for himself, to be willing to do anything to bring her back. She had given him love; he did not think that anything but her would make him whole again.Don't Leave Me5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
As he fell to his knees, Hatter cursed the words that he hadn't been able to say until it was too late, the simple fact that had caught in his throat and hadn't escaped until she was gone.
"Don't go," he whispered after her, still staring at the Looking Glass. "Please...come back...I love you..."
Hatter's Christmas AdventureIn Wonderland Hatter had been confident, with sometimes a slight air of cockiness to him. But here, he was sometimes different. I couldn't help but notice the moments he tended to downplay. If the street was buzzing and someone was in our way, he'd tighten his grip on my waist and give the walker a look that always compelled them to give us the right of way. Then, wordlessly, he'd continue on with his hold more relaxed but also more protective. If we were amidst a large crowd, even if it was only relatively close by, he took it as an excuse to hold onto my waist or hand tighter. When a pole came into sight he'd run to it with a hold on my hand and, despite my protests, let go a second before it collided with our arms. And while I scolded him I had a smile on my face that wouldn't go away no matter how serious I tried to look, and he gripped me gently and whispered in an accent with the boyish smile on his lips, "You're too brilliant to think I'd let you get hurt." There was only tHatter's Christmas Adventure5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This