"We live together, we die together." - Tyler Hoechlin
Happy birthday to John Barrowman and Alex Kingston, our own Captain Jack Harkness and Professor River Song!
#can you just imagine merlin on his knees in front of him #and arthur - who may have had a little too much to drink - can’t tell if the heat twisting in his stomach is because of the wine #or because of merlin’s mouth - all hot and wet and greedy - torturing him with those lips that are positively obscene #and no #no that hot clench in his stomach is definitely because of merlin
can you just imagine arthur on his knees in front of him
and merlin - who may have been late with breakfast - isnt sure if he’s being punished
or if he’s going to be allowed to finish
because the heat twisting in his groin makes him feel like he’s definitely close
and arthur’s mouth - all hot and wet and greedy - is pushing him over and edge
no he’s never going to be late with breakfast again
guess who was late again, maybe with the bath this time
so new punishment
Merlin never learns while Arthur learns new ways to use his mouth
This was a story of Merlin and Arthur’s relationship coming full circle. It was a story of their joint destiny, of the fact that even death could not separate them, and of the fact that they would always find each other. And there can be no greater story than that, nor one more worth telling.
Forget Romeo and Juliet. Forget Jack and Rose. Forget Frodo and Sam. Forget Buffy and Angel. Nothing, nothing will ever be as tragically, beautifully heartbreaking as Merlin and Arthur.
“You’re not going to say goodbye,” Merlin told him. “No, no,” Arthur replied. And neither of them ever did. (x)