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A Slingphries Drabble (100 Words)

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“I’m gonna guess that’s someone else’s blood. Am I right?” Alan’s eyes briefly glance at his husband’s ruined attire. Focused more on the pool of blood slowly forming on the hardwood floors. There wasn’t enough hydrogen peroxide in the realm for the trails that Eric brought home with him.

“Right as always, luv.” The dark red pool slowly spreads until it hits one of the protective barriers Alan had learnt to keep around at all times- a line of connected towels surrounding the door way like a paved path that led straight to the bathroom. There’s always so much blood.

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Happy Halloween!

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Alan’s Delivery Service (Alan Humphries/Eric Slingby, Nina Hopkins & Grell Sutcliff)

Kiki’s Delivery Service AU ft. flower language and Jiji-but-not-Jiji. Alan has a plant he needs to get across the river. Eric has a boat.

“Hmm…” Alan’s attention had now shifted to a single blossom, one that landed in his lap. He picked it up gently by the edge of its stem, observing its fragile details. “These are cherry blossoms. Did you know they actually mean something in the language of flowers?”

“Language of flowers? You mean like French?”

“No, silly!” Alan chuckled. “It’s sort of like a secret code. Different  flowers can be used to send messages, which is why people like  delivering them to others. Cherry blossoms mean fragility — and the transience of life. Because they’re really fragile, and they can be swept away at any moment…much like how life can take you just about anywhere at any time.”

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So Close (Alan Humphries/Eric Slingby)

Eric attends a human ball with the intention of expediting his harrowing bid to save Alan’s life, when he’s intercepted by Alan himself — and a song.

Alan turned to face Eric, arms raised carefully to wrap around his partner.

“Other way,” he chuckled, as Eric raised the wrong hand to the back of his shoulder blade.

“Slip of the wrist.”

“I would’ve expected better from such a handsome nobleman.”

“Ah, cut me some slack. Didn’t exactly come prepared to court such a bloody fine reaper.”

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When Blood is Spilt, Water May Suffice (ao3 link)

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E Carter, orphaned before their first birthday, lives a fairly normal life with their aunt Amanda. Besides seeing men and women fly over the rooftops.

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When a young child is saved and brought to the Reaper Realm temporarily, they begin to see those who shouldn’t be seen.

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Or! The fic where the Reapers all collectively adopt a child. Next chapter up either later tonight or tomorrow, I hope you enjoy! ~<3

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At the moment, I’m neck deep in another story for Eric/Alan from The Most Beautiful Death in the World, also known as the fandom the rest of the fandom forgot about. The story in question started off as a one-shot, but I’m going a bit off the rails and winging it (SHOCKING!) as a three-parter. 

There’s part of me that’s rather sad about that, if only because I’ve essentially ditched more than half of the original plans and I rather like a description that was used in them. Eric Slingby recalls the first time he met Alan, and describes him as looking like he was ready to “take on the world one book report at a time.” 

Maybe I’ll find a way to keep it. Maybe.

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A lot of middle/high school obsessions don’t tend to hold up well after a few years and kuroshitsuji does have Quite a Few issues but man I just watched the second musical again and god I lose it over Eric and Alan’s story just as much as the first time I watched it… The absolute tenderness of their interactions.. the longing.. the tragedy.. the devotion…… poetic cinema

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