Body rocked back and forth.
Shapely legs twisted and turned.
A small torso expertly maneuvered to get into a better position.
Then a feminine figure yelled….
“Woo~! I cut down my time to a whole minute!”
Let's have some fun,
This beat is sick
I wanna take a ride on your disco stick
Currently you and Steve were on the ground sweating.
“You have to do better than that to beat me, Stevie~” You brought your face close to his smirking. Lips just millimeters from his own.
I wanna kiss you
But if I do then I might miss you babe
It's complicated and stupid
Got my ass squeezed by sexy Cupid
Guess he wants to play,
Wants to play
A love game
A love game
Steve was breathing pretty hard. “Ma’am it would take more than that to take down Captain America”
His hands were at your hips and you were stra
"Hey (Name)! Come join us!" Tony yelled, jumping off the mini stage in the center of his living room.
"What are you guy's doing?" you asked, confused.
"What does it look like? We're singing karaoke." Tony grinned. "Disney karaoke."
"Are you serious?" you asked, smirking at the mere mention of Disney.
"Yeah, and it's your turn." he said, handing you the microphone.
"Okay. You choose." you said as you took the mic.
Tony selected a tune you knew very well, Oogie Boogie's Song from The Nightmare before Christmas. The avengers all enjoyed your Oogie impression and the performance, clapping and complimenting you. Then you handed the mic off to Steve, also selecting his song, Gaston from Beauty and the Beast. His LeFou and Gaston impressions were pretty amazing.
The super soldier handed the mic off to Dr. Banner next. Steve picked I'll Make a Man out of You from Mulan. His performance got very funny once he did his impressions of Chien-po, Yao, Li
Six months. Six months, he has been like this. Why doesn't his condition ever change?
"Hey Steve. Nice weather we're having. I know, I know, I'm so weird because I love thunderstorms so much. Well you will learn to love them." you laughed. You sat down in the chair next to him, like you always did, and began reading (favorite book) to him.
Six months. Nothing gets better. Nothing worsens. Six months of not hearing his voice. Six months of him lying there. Six months added to the years you never told him how you felt about him.
"Steve. Please wake up." you said, taking his hand in your hand and kissing it.
I hate feeling like this
I'm so tired of trying to fight this
I'm asleep and all I dream of
Is waking to you
Tell me that you will listen
Your touch is what I'm missing
And the more I hide I realize I'm slowly losing you
I'll never wake up without an overdose of you
"Hello again (Name)." the nurse said as she came in to check