The Last Three Days (Germany and Prussia) Prologue
The Last Three Days
"Ich schau zurück auf eine wunderschöne Zeit; warst die Zuflucht und die Wiege meines Seins."
February 22, 1947
It’s dark when Prussia gets home.
The sun has long since vanished and the gold, pink, and orange hues that had once set the sky on fire before Prussia entered the meeting have melded into an inky blue. There are no stars out tonight; it’s boggy and overcast, and the air is cold in a way that Prussia has never experienced it before. Inside is just as desolate – the lights are all off, the window shades drawn, and the radio silent. He wonders if Germany turned down the hea
It might not be me, but watching him from this distance was enough, thought (Name).
She was surprised that he even comes to the library, but at least he was here.
Gilbert Beilschmidt, the albino heart-throb of the whole campus. (First name, last name), that one girl who's buried in stacks of books. Honestly, she would never expect that she would also fall for his obnoxious charms.
Those eyes that resembled scarlet gems, or that snow-white hair that seemed to glisten under the light--listen to her she's becoming all poetic. (Name) goes back to reorganizing the books in their proper shelves instead of make heart-shaped eyes towards the albino
“Winnie and James.”
“You want to name her Winnie? I mean, James I understand, but...where does Winnie come from?”
“I dunno. I saw it a few weeks back in one of those baby books. I thought it sounded alright.”
“But it’s short for Winnifred. That’s the ultimate old lady name.”
“Hey, back in the day it was a very beautiful name.”
“Well we’re in 2015, babe. I’m gonna need you to do better.”
“No. I wanna name her Winnie.”
“...This is what I get for letting you pick
One of my favorite bands! And I got the new album, American Beauty/American Psycho, so thought this would be fun to do.
Italy: [Alone Together]
"Let's be alone together (yeah!), We could stay young forever"
Germany: [Uma Thurman]
"I can move mountains, I can work a miracle, work a miracle, Oh, oh, keep you like an oath"
"I try to picture me without you but I can't, 'Cause we could be immortals, immortals, Just not for long, for long."
Prussia: [Centuries] (First time I heard this, I instantly though about Prussia for some reason...)
"We'll go down in history, Remember me for centuries"
Romano: [This Ain't A Scene, It'