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  1. Public Bookmark 67

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    "The Wasteland was a place where your name didn’t matter, where your gender didn’t matter, where who you fell in love with didn’t matter. All that mattered was survival, was the adventure, was the long nights with nothing but the chirping of crickets and the alien howls of the horrors that lurked just beyond the horizon to sing you to sleep. The Wasteland was a beacon to other outsiders, somewhere, that despite the desert demons, it was safe to be yourself."

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    (Or: Bucky Barnes runs a podcast, but doesn't want to be seen. Steve Rogers can't stop looking.)

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    14 Oct 2020

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    War stories, laughter, dances, disasters, stars. Family, fall out boy, falling, nightmares and two broken hearts.

    (There's a double love story about two boys with 70 missing years in between - somehow Sergeant James Barnes became The Winter Soldier, and this is how.)

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    01 Oct 2019

  3. Public Bookmark *

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    But none of that explains why right now Clint’s pants are literally on fire and Barnes is pitching an entire five-pound bag of pastry flour straight at Clint’s crotch with his metal arm.

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    17 Sep 2019

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    Steve’s spent an hour along Portobello Road before he sees the paparazzi on the left side of the street, trying to be inconspicuous by a street lamp. He crosses the street and ducks into the first store he sees, tucked behind a screaming red door and under a blue and white striped awning.

    He listens, feet planted in front of the door, shoulders tense, as he looks around the shop. Row upon row of books are on the shelves in front of him, the wood creaking under their weight. Behind the counter is a dark haired man wearing a jacket, elbow on the table, stubbled chin on one hand, gloved left hand flipping the pages of a book.

    No one follows Steve in.


    Or, the one where Captain America travels the world, learns how to be Steve Rogers again, and meets Bucky Barnes along the way.
    Also: the one where two old souls fall in love over young adult books, long distance calls, and texting at strange hours of the day.

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    13 Jun 2019

  5. Public Bookmark 54

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    My AU 'verse, in which no one is a superhero.

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    14 May 2019