09 Aug 2017
Michael had always told himself he’d never get close enough for it to matter. But then he did and the God he didn’t believe in decided he had too much and now all he wants to do is take everything back and forget it all ever happened, but the world has a penchant for throwing salt on wounds still open and burning after three goddamn years of just letting him live with it.
Gavin is happy, but not really. Mental health is not so easily measured, but he swears he isn’t as much of a mess as he used to be. And yet sometimes, he feels like he could collapse without warning, with the weight of a grief that he’s sure he’s never even felt.
How do you miss something you don’t even remember having in the first place?
Sequel to Like Colours Meshing, Incoherently.
- Part 3 of Dovetail
Bookmarked by StarbuckWinchester
31 Jul 2016