Love Through Black and WhiteShe loves him through the black days.More Like This
She loves him when the darkness surrounds them and the stars are extinguished, pouring fear into his mind and flooding her with loneliness. She loves him when the world is ending, the sky pouring destruction and hellfire before his wandering eyes. She loves him when the nights seem endless, full of ceaseless tortures waiting for his soul. She loves him when they cling together, united in their weaknesses, his fear of Hell and her fear of solitude. He makes her feel close to someone.
She loves him when he's silent, cutting himself from contact and believing that he's monstrous. She loves him when he's frantic, running from something she herself can't see and laughing in agony pouring down like rain. She holds onto him when he's manic, breaking from his confines and rushing into madness, for if she doesn't cling to him, she knows he'll truly vanish. He makes her feel needed.
He loves her through the black days.
He loves her in his darkness
Soma's birthday fic-Full of surprisesAs she blew out the candles, Soma couldn't fight the smile that grew on her face. She looked around at all the people surrounding her, family and friends that cheered and clapped for her. But that smile slowly faded away, once she noticed a familiar face was missing among all of them.More Like This
It took her by surprise when Roby told her he wouldn't be around for her birthday. She couldn't understand how he, Robert Bendran, probably one of the nicest guys she knew, if not the nicest of ALL the guys she knew, preferred to be somewhere else instead of being with his partner on her special day. Turned out his grandfather had fallen terribly sick over the night and he needed to go back to Norway as soon as possible, since they weren't sure if he would make it. She, of course, let him go without a problem. She understood he didn't belong here in Nevada at the moment. So he left, not before apologizing to her dearly and wishing her a happy early birthday.
She thought it wasn't that much of a deal. It w