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Sherlock: Two Coffees One Black One with Sugar / the sensation of falling ... / Let You Kiss Me
morethansky wrote in amphhh
Two Coffees One Black One with Sugar Please by Linpatootie [Sherlock/John]
A somewhat pointless experiment on Sherlock's behalf leads to John having to re-evaluate pretty much his entire life.

John is the most fascinating man I have ever had the pleasure to know. Extraordinary, even. I can never manage to make sense of him, which is fantastic. He continuously surprises me. Just when I think I have him figured out he makes a turn I cannot predict. Just when I think my world rotates gently to the right, he gives it a kick and sends it spinning to the left.

Just when I think I have a grasp on him and on us, he shrugs at me and tells me he’s in love with me. I've never felt about anybody at all the way I feel about John Watson, which is equal parts terrifying and exhilarating.

John writes this blog about me, about life with me, and you people comment and tell him how he’s lucky, how his life is exciting and interesting because of me, but you are all wrong. It’s my life that’s exciting and interesting because of him, and I, indeed, am the lucky one.

So here, dear reader, for you, is our truth: I have never loved anyone, or anything, in my life as I love John Hamish Watson, my blogger. I cannot tell you the depth of happiness it brings me he has chosen to love me back.

the sensation of falling as you just hit sleep & in deed accomplish our designs by greywash [Sherlock/John]
Love is a much more vicious motivator.
When I don't touch you it's a mistake in any life, in each place and forever.

Let You Kiss Me (So Sweet and So Soft) by out_there[Sherlock/John]
The first time Sherlock kisses him, John keeps his eyes open, and so does Sherlock, and mostly, he wonders what Sherlock could possibly be up to. There'll be some logic to this. Some ridiculous experiment about body warmth or respiratory rates or testing a new way of picking pockets. Sherlock does the unimaginable for bizarre reasons, but behind it, there's always logic and curiosity. Sometimes, it just takes him a while to explain it to John.