I don't know what I'm doing anymore.
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Doctor Who, Sherlock, Supernatural, Person of Interest and Fringe are my current interests.
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I also write some Sherlock fanfic because the world need more more JohnLock.

13th August 2012

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They didn’t talk, because John didn’t talk anymore. He spoke, yes, but didn’t talk. 



When Sherlock returned after two years, John opened the door and blinked, once, twice, the muscles of his jaw tight. 




“John,” Sherlock said, and if his voice was unsteady, John wasn’t. His posture and shoulders rigid, John pressed the door open wider and turned to go back into his meticulously tidy bedsit. 



“Tea?” He asked, not waiting for Sherlock to answer before flipping on the electric kettle. He sat on the edge of the bed to wait for the water to boil while Sherlock  wandered unmoored around the room. When Sherlock began to talk, explaining why, explaining how, John watched him, listened, nodded, but his face remained a study in tight suppression. 



When Sherlock finished, John said, “Okay,” and handed him a mug of tea. If Sherlock’s chin crinkled slightly, if he blinked in rapid succession, John didn’t mention it. 



They sat in silence until Sherlock had emptied his mug. He put it carefully on the desk and stood to leave.



“Baker Street?” he asked.



For a long moment John didn’t reply, didn’t move at all, but eventually he turned his face up towards Sherlock. “When?”



“A week, I think. I’ll ask Ms Hudson. “ 



John nodded, a small motion, almost imperceptible to someone other than Sherlock, and Sherlock felt relief unfurling in him with such abruptness that he had to grab the back of the chair in order to remain standing. “Good,” he said, “good.”



In the end it took nine days, the previous tenants being unwilling to move, but Baker Street was theirs again. During the interim Sherlock didn’t see John, but he texted him. He learned that John would not reply to general statements, but he would answer questions, so Sherlock texted endless questions. Questions he already knew the answer to. Anything, just to hear the soft ping and see John’s name on his mobile. 



The first night, Sherlock heard John pacing in his room, the sliver of light beneath the door visible until nearly sunrise. 



The second, John fell asleep just after dinner, and Sherlock spent the evening alone. When Sherlock woke at four in the morning he found John sitting on the bottom step of the stairs, so he made two mugs of tea and sat there with him until John needed to dress for work.



The tenth night, Sherlock heard a small shuffling noise and put down his laptop. When he opened the door he found John curled against his bedroom doorframe, his left cheek and ear slightly pinker than his right. Sherlock realized he had been listening, face pressed against the door. John didn’t look embarrassed; he looked the same as always, blank, hemmed in, carefully, fearfully composed. 



Sherlock no longer closed his bedroom door. Ever.



On the fourteenth night Sherlock woke from vivid, tangled dreams to the silhouette of John sitting on the end of his bed, facing away from him. “John,” he said, his voice rough with sleep. “Here.” He pulled back the duvet on the empty side of the bed. John was still for several minutes, but in the end he settled himself in Sherlock’s bed and faced the wall. Neither of them slept.



The next night John didn’t make any attempt to sleep in his room. He came down the stairs in his pyjamas and curled up in Sherlock’s bed while Sherlock played the violin in the living room. When the last note faded into the muffled sounds of London at night Sherlock put the violin down and joined John.



He didn’t realize he’d fallen asleep, hadn’t imagined that he could, but he woke at two and knew without opening his eyes that John was behind him, propped up and leaning over him, his breathing slightly uneven. Sherlock kept still, kept his body relaxed, even when a hand brushed lightly down his back, even when John pressed the side of his face against the dip between Sherlock’s shoulder blades. 



They stayed like that for several long minutes, all of Sherlock’s attention focused on the slight shift of John as the sharp tension of his body softened against Sherlock’s back. Sherlock reached one arm behind him and caught John’s hand, pulling it forwards and threading his fingers through John’s. 



“Sherlock,” John said then, and if his voice was thick and wavering it was still better than the study in emptiness it had been. 



“Here, John. I’m here. I won’t leave you again. I promise.”



And if John talked to him, face pressed to his back, his words of loss and pain and fear burning in the darkness, then Sherlock was silent, imagining each broken syllable rising from them like embers, bright and hot and fading to cool gray ash. If John cried then, if he clenched Sherlock’s hand until Sherlock could no longer feel his fingers, then Sherlock let him. And when the ragged edges of his breathing smoothed into the rhythms of sleep, Sherlock smiled. 



Around them the currents of London shifted, above them the sky pooled with clouds, but they lay still on one side of a big bed, curled together, two halves, dark and fair, brain and heart.

sherlockedart:

They didn’t talk, because John didn’t talk anymore. He spoke, yes, but didn’t talk. 


When Sherlock returned after two years, John opened the door and blinked, once, twice, the muscles of his jaw tight. 


“John,” Sherlock said, and if his voice was unsteady, John wasn’t. His posture and shoulders rigid, John pressed the door open wider and turned to go back into his meticulously tidy bedsit. 


“Tea?” He asked, not waiting for Sherlock to answer before flipping on the electric kettle. He sat on the edge of the bed to wait for the water to boil while Sherlock  wandered unmoored around the room. When Sherlock began to talk, explaining why, explaining how, John watched him, listened, nodded, but his face remained a study in tight suppression. 


When Sherlock finished, John said, “Okay,” and handed him a mug of tea. If Sherlock’s chin crinkled slightly, if he blinked in rapid succession, John didn’t mention it. 


They sat in silence until Sherlock had emptied his mug. He put it carefully on the desk and stood to leave.


“Baker Street?” he asked.


For a long moment John didn’t reply, didn’t move at all, but eventually he turned his face up towards Sherlock. “When?”


“A week, I think. I’ll ask Ms Hudson. “ 


John nodded, a small motion, almost imperceptible to someone other than Sherlock, and Sherlock felt relief unfurling in him with such abruptness that he had to grab the back of the chair in order to remain standing. “Good,” he said, “good.”


In the end it took nine days, the previous tenants being unwilling to move, but Baker Street was theirs again. During the interim Sherlock didn’t see John, but he texted him. He learned that John would not reply to general statements, but he would answer questions, so Sherlock texted endless questions. Questions he already knew the answer to. Anything, just to hear the soft ping and see John’s name on his mobile. 


The first night, Sherlock heard John pacing in his room, the sliver of light beneath the door visible until nearly sunrise. 


The second, John fell asleep just after dinner, and Sherlock spent the evening alone. When Sherlock woke at four in the morning he found John sitting on the bottom step of the stairs, so he made two mugs of tea and sat there with him until John needed to dress for work.


The tenth night, Sherlock heard a small shuffling noise and put down his laptop. When he opened the door he found John curled against his bedroom doorframe, his left cheek and ear slightly pinker than his right. Sherlock realized he had been listening, face pressed against the door. John didn’t look embarrassed; he looked the same as always, blank, hemmed in, carefully, fearfully composed. 


Sherlock no longer closed his bedroom door. Ever.


On the fourteenth night Sherlock woke from vivid, tangled dreams to the silhouette of John sitting on the end of his bed, facing away from him. “John,” he said, his voice rough with sleep. “Here.” He pulled back the duvet on the empty side of the bed. John was still for several minutes, but in the end he settled himself in Sherlock’s bed and faced the wall. Neither of them slept.


The next night John didn’t make any attempt to sleep in his room. He came down the stairs in his pyjamas and curled up in Sherlock’s bed while Sherlock played the violin in the living room. When the last note faded into the muffled sounds of London at night Sherlock put the violin down and joined John.


He didn’t realize he’d fallen asleep, hadn’t imagined that he could, but he woke at two and knew without opening his eyes that John was behind him, propped up and leaning over him, his breathing slightly uneven. Sherlock kept still, kept his body relaxed, even when a hand brushed lightly down his back, even when John pressed the side of his face against the dip between Sherlock’s shoulder blades. 


They stayed like that for several long minutes, all of Sherlock’s attention focused on the slight shift of John as the sharp tension of his body softened against Sherlock’s back. Sherlock reached one arm behind him and caught John’s hand, pulling it forwards and threading his fingers through John’s. 


“Sherlock,” John said then, and if his voice was thick and wavering it was still better than the study in emptiness it had been. 


“Here, John. I’m here. I won’t leave you again. I promise.”


And if John talked to him, face pressed to his back, his words of loss and pain and fear burning in the darkness, then Sherlock was silent, imagining each broken syllable rising from them like embers, bright and hot and fading to cool gray ash. If John cried then, if he clenched Sherlock’s hand until Sherlock could no longer feel his fingers, then Sherlock let him. And when the ragged edges of his breathing smoothed into the rhythms of sleep, Sherlock smiled. 


Around them the currents of London shifted, above them the sky pooled with clouds, but they lay still on one side of a big bed, curled together, two halves, dark and fair, brain and heart.

5th August 2012

Photo reblogged from Sherlocked Art with 1,092 notes

sherlockedart:

Sherlock masturbating, request.

sherlockedart:

Sherlock masturbating, request.

5th August 2012

Photoset reblogged from surfed out brain waves flick back & forth with 205 notes

Source: cumbersatan

31st July 2012

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Two Simple Sentences - JohnLock - Humor and Smut

Title: Two Simple Sentences
Author: I Don’t Know What I’m Doing
Fandom: BBC Sherlock
Pairing: Johnlock (Sherlock Holmes/John Watson)
Words/Chapters - 10119 so far - 7/?? - Work In Progress:
Rating: M
Warnings: Explicit smut

Summary: A chilly flat, a bit of jam and two simple sentences was all it took for John and Sherlock to get into quite a lot of mischief.

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Tagged: fanfictionficsjohnlocksherlock fanfictionmy fics

30th July 2012

Photo reblogged from Sherlocked Art with 900 notes

sherlockedart:

Nearly kissing request.

sherlockedart:

Nearly kissing request.

30th July 2012

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John’s Broken Laptop - JohnLock - Humor and Smut

Title: John’s Broken Laptop
Author: I Don’t Know What I’m Doing

Fandom: BBC Sherlock
Pairing: Johnlock (Sherlock Holmes/John Watson)
Rating: M
Warnings: Explicit smut

Summary: Waiting on hold for tech support turns out to be more difficult than John expected.


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26th July 2012

Photo reblogged from Alice X. Zhang with 10,947 notes

alicexz:

A sketch that really got a bit out of hand. Also, I missed Benedict’s birthday so THIS IS… FOR THAT. HAPPY BIRTHDAY BB

alicexz:

A sketch that really got a bit out of hand. Also, I missed Benedict’s birthday so THIS IS… FOR THAT. HAPPY BIRTHDAY BB

24th July 2012

Photo reblogged from Tenacious with 88 notes

atlinmerrick:

“The ladies love my accent.”
That One Time Sherlock Drunk Texted John. Read this. Then read the whole story. Then laugh. Then leave her a comment. Then thank me.
You’re welcome.

atlinmerrick:

“The ladies love my accent.”

That One Time Sherlock Drunk Texted John. Read this. Then read the whole story. Then laugh. Then leave her a comment. Then thank me.

You’re welcome.

23rd July 2012

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16th July 2012

Photo reblogged from Sherlocked Art with 805 notes

sherlockedart:

Cuddles request

sherlockedart:

Cuddles request