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let me hear your voice tonight ([personal profile] alexseanchai) wrote2012-05-31 02:21 pm
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sometimes all of our thoughts are misgiven

Title: sometimes all of our thoughts are misgiven
Rating: G
Summary: Sam realizing he left Adam in the cage.
Pairings: None.
Warnings: Canonical character death.
Word Count: 87

It's a sinking feeling in the pit of his stomach. It's nausea that simply won't go away. It's betrayal: Sam deserved to be in the Cage, Adam never, and yet Dean rescued Sam?

Later, Sam will vividly remember staring down Death, saying "I won't leave without Adam—take us to heaven, to Adam's mother's heaven, if you don't want to take us back to earth, but don't even think about getting me out and leaving Adam here." It won't be much comfort, because it'll feel like self-delusion.
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[personal profile] auroramama 2012-06-01 06:26 am (UTC)(link)
Oh, man. How can Sam be sure of anything he thinks he remembers? Even if he does think it happened, it'll feel like self-delusion as long as he believes that he deserved to be in the Cage any more than Adam did.

(His being there was necessary. Not the same thing as deserving to be there. In any case, Adam's fate was no one's fault but Michael's.)
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[personal profile] cantarina 2012-06-03 07:17 am (UTC)(link)
Oh Adam. I'd like to believe that it's a true memory and that this is what really happened.