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Nina Dobrev attends The 15th Annual Trevor Project Benefit [December 8, 2013]
It’s like drowning but you just won’t fucking die."
rebekah mikaelson in every episode (tvd): 3.04 disturbing behavior
↳ “No one in this world is truly fearless, Stefan. Not even Niklaus.”
you’ll pry my fucked up sibling incest ships from my cold dead fingers
It surprises him, that name she uses, because it’s been a long time since she has used it. Since that fateful night in Italy, when she broke his heart and he broke her. Three hundred and eighty years of constant torment, he himself inflicted for the most part. All of it wiped away by a three letters diminutive. And he feels he’s finally home again.
It makes his mouth curve into a real smile, one he has not smiled in more than a few lifetimes.
It’s been more than two years since they last saw each other and he never wrote her a single word. He’s got a lot of things to tell her, tales of adventures and power, but mostly he should tell her that he missed her; only, he never will, because if he should ever suspect she did not miss him as much he’s going to kill her and break the moment.
“Hello, love,” he says, his voice soft, his eyes brilliant.
Her eyelashes tremble, her tone is composed but her face threatens to break with the effort to not smile her brightest smile.
“Have you been well?” she asks, prolonging the sweet agony of their unexpected reunion, before one of them ruins it all.
“Very much so,” he says, “The Danube has the same color of your eyes,” and this is the closest he can come to tell her how much of himself was left in England during that time.
“Evil is a point of view. We are immortal. And what we have before us are the rich feasts that conscience cannot appreciate and mortal men cannot know without regret. God kills, and so shall we; indiscriminately He takes the richest and the poorest, and so shall we; for no creatures under God are as we are, none so like Him as ourselves, dark angels not confined to the stinking limits of hell but wandering His earth and all its kingdoms.”
― Anne Rice