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A Perfect Silence - Zelink drabbleA Perfect SilenceA Perfect Silence - Zelink drabble by Wavemoon
Link was a silent man. He nodded, he smiled, he waved, he shook his head, he bowed, he hugged, and he kissed. The only time anybody heard him speak was in battle when he yelled or grunted, but those sounds only existed when he was fighting for his life. When he sparred his sword spoke for him. The kingdom would have deemed him mute if it weren't for his battle cries.
As Zelda traced a long scar on his shoulder, she realized she was likely one of the only people who ever heard him speak. His words were short and quiet but so full of emotion that they often left her speechless. They were words meant for nobody else but her, and though she loved when he whispered to her she loved his silence even more. He could say so much with just a tender look or a gentle touch. His kisses were exciting, passionate, loving, and, best of all, forbidding. What would the people think if she were to run off with a silent knight? And that made it all so much more thrilling.
He stirred besi
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The ride home is quiet. It's not a comfortable silence but it isn't tense either; we're just too exhausted from our middle-of-the-night emotional trauma to do much talking. By the time we reach the Kimishimas' house I'm still trying to get over the fact that Gabe might not be a horrible person.
He turns off the engine and for a few seconds we just sit in the darkness. Part of me doesn't want to leave, but another part really needs to sleep. With slow movements, I open the door and look at Gabe. He's looking at me. We're still looking at each other when I'm outside and the door is closed. Neither of us moves for a moment, and then I watch him drive away into the night.
The front door opens before I'm even up the stairs. Do
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Resting my head on her shoulder, I can feel her body swell with each gentle breath she takes, her silent puffs of air tickling the ends of my hair. Her slender arms drape around my tiny build protectively and her fingers skim my shoulder in soothing motions. She smells of magnolias.
Though there is no sound I know what she's saying. I've been here before, six years ago, but I clearly remember her soft words as the early morning light slowly illuminates the dull hospital room.
The pain will fade soon, baby. In just a day you'll feel so much better.
My head throbs and my body burns as the numbing medicine wears off. Earlier I had tried to hide my discomfort, but the after effects of my operation were too painful and the tears came down despite my greatest efforts. I still have a few more hours until I can take more medicine, which feels a lot longer when the pain is so powerful that you can barely move, so we just snuggle in my hospital