Jun 22, 2021 1:32 PM
cap!azry, bucky and peggy are magical girls in ww2
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"You're alive. You're here. I'm alive. Can you breathe with me?"

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Aislin shudders against Peggy. "God....the things.....the things we did- saw- Laney-"

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Tight hug. 

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Her breath starts to catch, her lungs wheeze- asthma attack-

She shifts-

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-and then Peggy’s arms are full of taller Aislin, and her breathing no longer hurts. 

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She adjusts neatly to the change in cuddle angle. "Do you want to talk about it?" she asks, "Or find some kind of distraction?"

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Aislin sighs, sadly. "I- I don't even know where to start. When everything was over, how did you-? I mean, did you? Talk?"

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"You would've hated it. The war ended, and we shoved ourselves back into our little boxes, bottled everything up... I talked to Angie, eventually, but for a while I was - I didn't have anyone I trusted to talk to."

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"No, how could you. No one would understand." She sighs into Peggy's collarbone. "I'm sorry. I tried to- the jackal wouldn't send me back. Like, a little."

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Hug. "I know you tried, darling. I don't know if I should be mad at that jackal for separating us, or thankful he saved you..."

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“Considering it was both- god. Pegs, yesterday we were saying goodbye, and now...now it’s been years.”

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"It has." Cuddles. "We'll get through this, though, darling. We always have."

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Aislin cuddles in close, just letting herself breathe. 

“So, uh. Does this future world have room for the former Captain America?” She jokes, weakly. 

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"I always do. And people could use you still - there's so many fights still to have, politically or otherwise. You'd mean a lot at the head of a march."

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"I'd feel a little bit like a war-time relic, being out in a march. Like a bayonet from the Civil War. They have you still doing missions?"

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"Coordinating them, running intelligence, telling field agents what to do, mostly. Honestly, some civil rights thing or another would feel like a welcome break if my public relations agent wouldn't have a hissy fit."

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