When I Put Away Childish Things, by hansbekhart

Bucky gets on a Manhattan bound train around 2:30, heading to 8th St. He watches the Lady far off on Liberty Island as they roll over the East River. The train is crowded and people smile at him, pleased to see a handsome young man in uniform. He smiles back, pleased with the world and everything in it. He wonders where Steve might want to go for lunch. What he’d say if Bucky asked him if he’d ever thought about treating this thing between them as real.

He comes out of the subway a little before 3 o’clock, and the world has changed.

Mature, pre-war. The texture and depth of this… Breathtaking.

When I Put Away Childish Things, by hansbekhart

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