Even the great God of Mischief was growing annoyed with it.
One minute you would be completely happy without a care in the world and then in a split second it would all change. You would be cuddling into his chest and crying your heart out over something pointless.
It was strange, he must admit. But it didn't matter how much it bothered him so, he knew that he had to make you feel better no matter what.
Even if that did mean vanishing off to the store to buy you something that would make you smile again. Either that or he would disappear for several hours to get away from your constant whining and moaning.
Today, surprisingly, you were rather..quiet. Which was strange and otherwise alarming. And at the same time, terrifying.
Especially seeing as Tony Stark had decided to pay a visit to the pair of you, his arrogance forcing Loki to almost snap his neck. If it wasn't for you stoppin
The room changed. At least the air did. You could feel him now, his heavy presence permeating the darkness. A warm hand pressed into your back, soothing your aching body for a moment. You laid still among your bedsheets, waiting for him to crawl in after you. Loki still hovered over your being, looking concerned under a thick mask of arrogance.
"You called?" He tilted his head, rounding the room so he could face your tear filled eyes. "My love, who has hurt you?"
You tried to answer before choking back a sob, dissolving into a deeper sadness. Trying to say it aloud made the pain sharper.
"Tell me his name. Tell me so I can cut his mortal string short. I'll make him feel a pain much worse than yours." Loki spoke through gritted teeth.
"Don't." You whispered with a crack in your voice. "Could you, I, I just need you to hold me."
He finally got into the bed, his armor disappearing out of necessity. He
You had had enough. From the laughing faces of kids at school to the parents and siblings that were never there for you. In your mind you were all alone. You had no other family that truly understood you and you had no friends at school. School life was painfully slow as the kids talked about the shy, quiet girl who sat alone at lunch and would always sit in the back of the classroom.
Hopefully tonight, you could get away from all of the loneliness. You had left a note on the kitchen counter, saying farewell to your family for the last time. They weren't home, as usual. They had went to the movies and left you alone in your room. You didn't even realize they were gone until you ventured down for a glass of water, wher