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Oh Captain, My Captain ch. 2
Chapter 2. Bird's Nest
Jack blinks. He has no idea where he is. He rolls over, taking in his surroundings. White sheets. Unhelpful. Could be anywhere. A patchwork quilt, all solid colors. He is in his pants, no shirt, or suspenders, shoes, or... he jumps out of the bed and yells to the apartment surrounding, "WHERE ON THE FACE OF THIS TINY PLANET IS MY BLOODY COAT?"
A muffled reply comes from the next room, and Jack walks in to see a man curled up on a couch that was never meant to be slept on, his chin almost touching his knees, another quilt pulled over his head. As he walks over to the couch, he sees a ruffled mop of blond hair emerge over the edge of the quilt, closely followed by a pair of blue-grey eyes, blinking sleepily up at him. The quilt still covering both his nose and mouth, Steve Rogers says "Good morning. Sleep well?"
Oh Captain, My Captain ch. 1
Chapter 1. Endings
The time is post-war, after the fighting ceased, and Steve Rogers is riding off into the sunset on his motorcycle. But where is he going? What does he want to do with his life? He won't just stay cooped up, taking his frustration out on punching bags like before the war, because he's been "socialized" a bit by the experience.
He's the only one who goes it alone though, after it all ends. Banner and Tony go off to do science-y things at Avengers Tower, and Agents Barton and Romanoff go off to make deadly ginger babies somewhere, and Nick Fury goes-- wherever Nick Fury goes-- and thusly all is well.
But what of the Captain America? He should be off to have a nice life. Get a job, make some friends. Blend in. Move on. Sit sadly in bars where nobody knows him, because that's the only escape from the constant pressure of everyone
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