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Sherlock: How to Say I Love YouTitle: How To Say 'I Love You'Characters/Pairings: Sherlock/JohnSpoilers: A Scandal in BelgraviaRating: PGWarnings: noneDisclaimer: Sherlock belongs to Stephen Moffat, Mark Gatiss, and Sir Aurthur Conan DoyleSummary: Irene Adler imparts some final wisdomThey were standing on an airfield in Pakistan, him and Irene Adler. She was about to leave on a plane to America, full of homebound soldiers."I imagine this is the last time we'll ever see each other," said Sherlock."I imagine so," said Irene with all the sentiment Sherlock had, which was none, as they both liked to pretend. "Well
It's been fun. Thanks for saving my life.""I was in the area," he lied.She turned to go, but stopped. "You know when you told me you'd never begged for mercy in your life?""
Yes." Sherlock was confused as to what this had to do with anything."You have though.""I have not," Sherlock scoffed."Yes you have. I saw you.""When?""In my sitting room. When they were going to kill John if you
Sherlock BBC- SociopathEyelids shot open, revealing frightened irises of silver-blue darting back and forth, searching for the source of the loud noise like the shattering of china or glass which had awoken the nine-year-old Sherlock Holmes. Another shatter from upstairs and raised voices; Sherlock winced. It was happening again tonight. Through the floorboards, the voices of his mother and father were quite muffled, though recognizable, but Sherlock tried to block them out. He didn't want to hear them again. Not tonight.The voices got louder and Sherlock wanted to scream- to race upstairs and scream until his lungs ached- to get his parents to notice how much they were hurting him and just STOP. Instead, Sherlock shut away that aching part of himself in a little cage in the corners of his mind where its cries could not be heard and tried to go back to sleep.After lying awake in his bed for what felt like several hours but was truly only ten minutes, Sherlock could not stand it. He got out of bed quietly a