China In Your Hands (PG-13) - relocation challenge #101

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Re: China In Your Hands (PG-13) - relocation challenge #101

Postby francis » Tue Jun 02, 2009 6:44 pm

Thank you, Jen. I often find nice stories by chance.

Thank you, Starbucksjunkie. The price is high, at least Mick thinks so.
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Re: China In Your Hands (PG-13) - relocation challenge #101

Postby Moonlighter » Thu Jan 14, 2010 6:27 pm

This was really nice, francis. I was led here by the first anniversary wishes of this site, so how wonderful that I got the gift!

Like everyone else said, the last lines were perfect. Good job!
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Re: China In Your Hands (PG-13) - relocation challenge #101

Postby francis » Fri Feb 19, 2010 8:45 pm

Thank you, moonlighter. Your comment is a gift, too. :flowers:
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Re: China In Your Hands (PG-13) - relocation challenge #101

Postby maggatha3 » Thu Jul 07, 2011 3:12 pm

francis wrote:She shivered. „Would you take me with you?“ Her voice was wistful, longing. Almost pleading.

He choked up. She was the one he could never leave behind. And she wouldn’t want to be left. Tears in his eyes, he nodded.

He hadn’t expected to have such an epiphany today. But apart from Josef, Guillermo and maybe half a dozen other vamps, he didn’t have ties to anybody in this world. And now there was Beth. She made him want to be someone, made him want to live.

And he realized, he might be immortal, almost indestructable, and hiding in the shadows. But she was holding his identity, his person. He was nothing without her, just an empty shell. His life was china in her hands, delicate, breakable. Nothing could hurt him anymore, except for her.

Beth was his lifeline. He hadn’t really lost his soul after all.
He had relocated his soul into her.
She was his home.


What a beautiful , touching story...from Mick's past all the way to his future. I guess you brought a new sense to the word ''relocation'', francis. And how wonderful that he had had this powerful and meaningful epiphany that day, it would make a whole new Mick to live on...
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Re: China In Your Hands (PG-13) - relocation challenge #101

Postby SharonC » Thu Jan 12, 2012 10:59 pm

Oh francis that was just beautiful.

From Mick facing Bobby's funeral to realising he had someone so special in his life, it was perfect.

It must have been wonderful for Mick to have had Bobby around for so long someone other than a vampire that he could connect to. He has seen so much and lost so many over the years but the one connection he has is Josef and seems he would never have thought that at the start. Or that he would have a woman like Beth either. No way he would ever leave her behind :ghug:
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Re: China In Your Hands (PG-13) - relocation challenge #101

Postby cassysj » Mon Feb 20, 2012 8:17 pm

francis - I don't think I ever read this at least I don't see a comment. I always loved the relationship between Mick & Bobby. He really was one of the few long term non vampire ties he could keep. He can relocate to China as long as he has Beth he'll be home.
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Re: China In Your Hands (PG-13) - relocation challenge #101

Postby francis » Mon Feb 20, 2012 10:02 pm

Thank you, cassy, and maggatha, and Sharon. I have neglected answering you and thanking you for your comment. :hug:
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Re: China In Your Hands (PG-13) - relocation challenge #101

Postby BlueEyedMonster » Fri Jun 08, 2012 6:03 pm

What a beautiful story brought tears to my eyes. Yes vampires are indeed cursed some just cope better than others.
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Re: China In Your Hands (PG-13) - relocation challenge #101

Postby francis » Sat Jun 09, 2012 7:00 pm

Thank you, BEM! It's a sad life, in a way. At least now Mick has Beth. :hug:
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