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  1. Summary

    Reunited childhood PlayMates Steve and Bucky chaperone inquisitive youth as they navigate hands-on sexual education. Featuring mutual thirsting and inappropriate use of storerooms.

    Bad sex tips are from Cosmopolitan (part 1) and Maxim (part 2)

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  2. Summary

    A self-indulgent series where Steve daydreams/dreams about old-fashioned omegaverse traditions and gender roles

    Rock Sherman is a fictional alpha created by Whendoestheshipsail for her story A Most Unsuitable Omega

    Each part is mostly stand-alone
    Part 1: Regency Era
    Part 2: Playmating (modern au)
    Part 3: Mating Run (follows the events of Part 2)
    Part 4: Business Trip + Only One Bed (modern au)

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  1. Public Bookmark *

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    He’s here, he’s alive. His hand is on a tree.

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    10 Nov 2020

    Bookmarker's Notes

    The next item is dark blue fabric, and as soon as his hand touches it, he stills. It’s soft.

    He pulls his hand back and then, tentative, reaches back to touch it again. It’s fluffy. As he strokes it, an ache uncurls in his chest. His fingers are trembling. Can this be for him? Can he have this?

    He picks it up. It’s a jacket, the hood thick and warm. He slides it on and at the first contact of the fabric his chest clenches around a wordless swell of grief and gratitude. He feels his lips quiver, but he can’t stop. The scarf is even gentler and he closes his eyes as it touches his cheek. Every part of him is trembling now.

    He stands there, shaking, soft things on his skin and a storm in his heart.

    He remembers a … covering, over his face. A hard black mask. It hurt, sometimes, but he was used to it. This is different. He pulls the scarf around his head, closes his eyes and turns his face into the gentleness. He pulls it up over his eyes and nose. His eyes are wet.

    He stands there for a long time. He’s in the dark, but his body feels warmed from outside in. Nothing is touching him with cruelty.

  2. Rec *

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    The first two years after Bucky gets out of the ice are-- surprisingly easy. Serve his country, learn to use his charmed robot hand, make friends, don’t think about the spark of magic in him that’s gone out, see the world, try to live with the grief (try to live with the grief, try to--)

    Maybe they’re not that easy, in the end, but he’s settling - until he gets reluctantly pulled out of the Army and has Steve’s shield (Steve’s shield, its magic wary and curious and half-dormant) thrust onto him again, even though he’s already turned it down once before. The world has changed and so has he, but as he tries to immerse himself into a new life, he meets a ghost he could never leave behind.

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    19 Oct 2020

    Bookmarker's Notes

    He dreamt about this, he realizes as he slowly approaches Bucky, back when he was lying in the snow and waiting for death. He dreamt of a miracle happening and someone finding him, and - after recovering and paying his debt, maybe years later - going home. Maybe by then Bucky would already be married, having kept on living; but perhaps--

    Perhaps he was still waiting. Perhaps he would be chopping vegetables in their old apartment, his back to the door, and Steve would sneak in, pull him into his arms from behind. Bucky might sock him in the jaw, or drop the knife and lean back into him; Steve didn't know which version of the fantasy he liked more.

    ***

    It takes two and a half months, but one July evening, when Bucky’s slicing shallots in the kitchen, going slow because his joints are aching with the stormy weather, the silence in his apartment grows suddenly heavy. [...]

    Steve steps closer, his chest pressed to Bucky’s back, his breath warm against Bucky’s ear, and Bucky lets himself tip back into the embrace, closing his eyes.

    “Sweetheart,” Steve murmurs into his hair, soft and low, one arm circling Bucky’s waist, his other hand coming to cup Bucky’s own, and Bucky lets go of the knife, and drops it,

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    Seventy years after crashing a plane, Bucky wakes up first.

    Steve wakes up a few minutes after him.

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    12 Oct 2020

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    Bucky makes a noise, and Steve hears the signal, and they move, fast, breaking through the ranks of agents. It turns out that changing the face of a city is easier than changing the bones of it. Steve and Bucky may be boys from Brooklyn at the very heart of them, but they know enough about Manhattan to know how to disappear.

    It takes them three minutes to lose the agents in the throng of tourists and commuters, workers and crowds. Bucky turns and looks at Steve, something halfway between terror and excitement in his face as he grabs his wrist and says, “Don’t lose me, don’t lose me.”

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    “I watched a documentary on the bombs dropped on Nagasaki and Hiroshima a while ago. In the blast radius, sometimes a… a person blocked the bleaching effect of the radiation. So the person was vaporized, but a shadow was left behind, on a bridge or a wall – their shape, their outline, when they were completely gone," Steve said. "It’s called a nuclear shadow.”

    “If you’re implying the Soldier is like a nuclear shadow, then that is seriously fucking dark, man,” Sam said dryly.

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    Before the fall of the Soviet Union, the Winter Soldier was sent to the American arm of Hydra - only there was a malfunction in the cryo-unit that meant it couldn't be opened, and it was left, powered but abandoned, in an underground base.

    25 years later, the Avengers find it.

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    18 Aug 2020

    Bookmarker's Notes

    There were pictures of him in uniform put next to pictures of Steve with little poetic scraps of text put over the top or below the images.

    Another one, of the moment Bucky said he was gay and Steve’s face was both completely surprised and hopeful, and someone had put underneath it, ‘adfasdfkj cap diDnT KNOW DID HE’.

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    cpt-beve-and-sgt-stucky replied:
    HOLY SHIT HE’S ON TUMBLR ABORT ABORT HIDE THE CAP PORN

    therealbvckybarnes replied:
    no wait I want to see it

  5. Rec *

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    In 1945, Steve Rogers trades himself to the Red Room in exchange for the Winter Soldier. They accept his offer, but don't let Bucky go. After all, their supersoldiers come as a matched set.

    (Featuring crafty Steve, pining Bucky, and a very noisy metal arm.)

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    17 Aug 2020

    Bookmarker's Notes

    “Can we play the fact game?” the Soldier asks as they bounce and jolt to the Triskelion in the back of an armoured truck. He speaks softly, under the chatter of the STRIKE team, and puts his trust in the Captain’s enhanced hearing.

    “Can’t,” says the Captain. “We’re almost there.”

    “But I want to tell you something.”

    The Captain glances up, intent. The Soldier looks into the expressive eyes, simultaneously the eyes of a stranger and the very pulse of his heart, and finds himself at a loss for words. It could be the last time they ever see each other. His mouth opens, and shuts again.

    “It’s all right,” says the Captain. Not once has he moved his gaze away. “I know it already.”

    “You know? You’re sure?”

    “Yeah,” says Steve, gentle as a feather. “Always have been.”

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