Stitched Up (7/?)Tony woke earlier that morning than he usually did. A lot earlier. Wiping the sleep from his eyes he looked around him, out on the balcony. Thor was snoring steadily in his place on the floor, spread out like an eagle. Bruce was curled up in the tiniest little ball possible on his mattress, despite having the entire king size to himself. Steve lay ramrod straight on the lounger, a habit left over from his days in the army. The only change, besides his own wakefulness, was Loki. The Trickster God was curled up in the corner of the low wall, eyes closed as though in sleep, though his unsteady breathing gave him away. Tony frowned, concerned at the Gods penchant for isolation, but he supposed it was only to be expected. In his time as an avenger, he's seen his fair share of torture victims, and they all seemed to have a pretty similar profile. Keeping away from others, from a fear or rejection or from fear they would be hurt, was a common tell. Yawning widely, Tony stretched and stood froStitched Up (7/?) by ~BrokenUnicorn
Stitched Up (5/?)Bruce looked around the room at his companions. Steve was sipping slowly at a glass of water, looking vaguely green, and Tony was sat on the end of the bed, rubbing his face with his hands. At this point, Loki was back in the bed, face completely devoid of emotion. Getting him out of the corner after their little conversation had been difficult, considering the three avengers were trying not to throw up at the news they'd just received. Steve had managed to get Loki to eat a couple of grapes, not nearly as much as he needed, but it was a start, by leaving the grapes next to the bed and asking the other two men to leave. As Tony and Bruce watched on a video feed -kindly provided by JARVIS-, they saw Steve telling Loki stories, engaging him in conversation, every now and then picking up a grape for him to eat, and tossing one to lightly land on Loki's stomach, before immediately keeping talking. After a few turns of this, Loki's hands drifted somewhat towards the grapes, eyes stuck firmlStitched Up (5/?) by ~BrokenUnicorn
Stitched Up (2/?)Steve knelt down to lift Loki into his arms, but the God flinched violently at his approach, banging his head on the wall behind him. Steve held his hands up once more, moving very slowly close, explaining what he was doing as he went.Stitched Up (2/?) by ~BrokenUnicorn
"We need to get you out of this alley, Tony's going to pick us up, and I don't think you can walk right now."
The God's eyes narrowed at that, and part of Steve was glad to see his pride was still her. He wasn't broken. The Trickster pushed off from the wall, standing up as best he could. Steve almost thought he could manage it, impressed, when he found himself darting forward as the God swayed dangerously on the spot, face drained of all colour.
"That's what I thought. Come on, I'm not gonna hurt you, Loki. I just want to help." Steve held his breath in wait, letting it out in one big huff as Loki lightly nodded his consent to being lifted. Steve swung the injured party into his arms, careful not to aggravate any injuries, grabbing his phone from the fl
Stitched Up (1/?)Steve left the diner feeling happier than he had in a long time. He had been wandering through a new part of town, when he had found this old diner with a little old lady, Delia, who ran it. He'd settled in a booth, nostalgia washing over him as he thought of the Diner he frequented in Brooklyn , back before the serum made him a super soldier. He had been reading the menu, quietly wondering why he didn't go out to eat by himself more often, when Delia had come to take his order and promptly dropped her notepad, gushing about how she remembered watching one of the Captain America shows when she was younger. Steve had signed a napkin for her, and, when closing time came around, hung around for about an hour afterwards so they could sit and talk without Delia having to help other customers. It felt nice, having someone gush over him for something he did back in the day, before the Avengers. It reassured him that he actually accomplished something during that time, even when he just felt lStitched Up (1/?) by ~BrokenUnicorn
It's hilarious how Sonic Yaoi/Yuri haters actually believe we think any of the Sonic cast are really gay/lesbian!
We KNOW their not gay/lesbian, can't we enjoy the Fandom Freedom?