We dance on the edge of destruction
‘Tears should have been shed when the blood was running out of our veins. It’s too late. We can only learn how to live again.’
Quite obviously, the war changed them both, pushing Simon more into himself, his own loneliness and multiplicating hundred times what he used to feel. On the other hand, Jim used to be outgoing, bold and completely different, but the war made him grow colder. Of course, these things can be (and will be discussed, probably), and if you have any question or would like help building the before, I’m definitely here to help.
Dougie Carter as Marius Pontmercy (2nd Understudy)
"Would you just listen?" / "Well that was unexpected." / "But I was watching that!" / "We can’t cover that up" / "But I love you, dammit!" / "Don’t I mean anything?" //Feel free to do whatever pairing/fandom you like! :)
Would you just listen?
"Did you cover all the cameras?"
"No need to" His voice was just reduced to a whisper now, so close to the other man. It was new this feeling. It was odd. Simon could get used to it though. He would at some point. "I’ll just delete the files when we’re done. Or tomorrow. Doesn’t matter." In this moment, truly, he had no idea why his parents’ shop even needed cameras. Sure, old books were worth a lot, but covering these seemed like too much effort for now, when he just wanted closer. And damn, these new things felt too good to be true. Unbelievable. Hell, even with picture proof on these no one would believe him. Him having sex with his boyfriend in the library? Simon Dreyfus of all people. This made no sense. Guess even he could be changed by some unexpected turn of events. The kind you’d only read in books. And there he was, taking risks, for once.