melazon a réagi à votre billet “Imagine if Robin’s father cheated on his mother and Robin knew about…”
It would make even more sense right ?
I’m crying again because I saw a post of a RP Robin offering Regina a kitten….
what is wrong with me ?!
Imagine if Robin’s father cheated on his mother and Robin knew about it and that’s why he can’t break his vows because he swore he’ll never do the same…
When Robin was talking about his choice, he never talked about his feelings towards Marion, just a code while with Regina he talked about his feelings towards her
I get tears in my eyes, just seeing gifsets on my dash…I just…the heartbreak for us is real too….maybe too much…
A month after Regina’s arrival, the Locksley family hosts a ball in her parents’ honor. They invite all the nobles of their kingdom and Cora and Henry’s, to see the princess, and the engagement that will form an alliance between the two lands.
Robin has to dance with stuck-up and inappropriately flirtatious, silly women, with rude old ladies, with his grumpy aunt, who manages to injure every single one of his toes, with Cora who glares simperingly at him for the duration of their dance. He dances with almost every woman in the room. Except for Regina.
That honor is being saved for a few hours into the ball, after the meal, when everyone can fawn over them. Robin resents that. The second they put him and Regina alone on the dance floor, she will close herself off to him, glare and step precisely and sullenly just enough to appease their parents and just little enough to make it clear to him that she hates it.
As they stand from the banquet table, a rather drunk lord (somebody’s uncle, a powerless second brother—Robin has forgotten whose) gets up too suddenly and spills an entire glass of wine on Regina’s lovely cream dress.
Cora’s ire lasts for several minutes, and when they finally make it to their dance, Regina is cold and sullen, shuts down his every attempt at conversation.
He tries not to show how much it stings, tries to remind her with his hand gentle on her waist, his fingers grasping hers, that he doesn’t want this for them, either. They swirl across the floor to the delight of Cora and Robin’s father, and quite the picture they must make—the stain on Regina’s dress covered in another skirt layer her mother had tied around her waist, beautiful silver embroidery faint and shimmering across the fabric, Robin’s forest green coat a pretty contrast to her dress’s pale cream. But she is tense beneath his hand, and he hates every minute of it.
As they finish and Cora draws her daughter away to change, he comes up behind her, lips on the shell of her ear. “Meet me just past the gates in an hour.” And then he slips away.
I’d have loved to see Robin’s face in the corridor, leaving Regina, and not able to stop the tears in his eyes rolling down his face…
and maybe, a last look at the door, at what happened there, at the happiness they had….
I love how Sean is like Robbie has wonderful parents, he’s not my son and Robbie is like, yep that’s my new dad, go watch his new movie!
Watched the last song and it brought back a lot of bad memories that I didn’t want to resurface….
il-etait-une-fois-nos-reves thanks<3. *hugs back teary*
It’s gonna be okay =)