5 Works in Praying to Lucifer (Supernatural)
16 Nov 2019
I made a more detailed version it's 'Almost too human.'
Titles aren't my shit okay?
Sam makes bad choices, and goes for a walk through reality with Satan.
Castiel touched him. He dimly remembers wondering what was happening because the two fingers to the side of the head move was most normally used to heal. But Sam hadn't been the one who was injured. Or, maybe, now that things are resurfacing within him he couldn't possibly voice, maybe he had been. Behind that wall. Irreparably damaged. All Cas had done was bring it to the surface, shown it to him. His memories are stringy and hard to untangle, to translate inside the mind of sanity because they belong to a soul without a vessel trapped in a place where nothing makes a modicum of Earthly sense.
Or: Where Sam remembers the Cage, and maybe it wasn't so bad after all?
Or: Where Lucifer is surprised by human-ness (and, really, when is he ever not?)
Desiderium: noun; an ardent longing, as for something lost. (Latin desiderare, to long for; require.)
Michael's last prayer is to Lucifer.
Sam breathes the word with more love and reverence than the demons could muster, and they look askance at each other as their Lord appears with a flap of wings and a cool, even expression as he looks upon them with a fury like cold fire.
(Lucifer walks with Sam in dreams, and curls within his arms, and courts his beloved to his side. Demons are impatient, and try to force Sam to say yes. Lucifer is not pleased.)