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Zelda smiled softly. "Ah, I thought I smelled coffee." She slid fluidly into the chair opposite him, her golden hair lightly tousled from sleep falling to frame her face. His spoon clinked against the cups ceramic bottom, mingling with the hushed fluttering of each breath. The silver clinked against the cup's rim, his cloaked frame striding boldly over to hers. Zelda briefly noted how, while he used to draw light, shadows clung to him now; death had not treated her hero kindly, and Zelda knew that the apparitions could not last forever, it would only be selfish of her to wish so. He needed to move on, to find peace; however... "Zelda." His voice was ragged, stern, his hand jerking her face to meet his sapphire eyes, but even this did not stop her breath from hitching in her throat, and she could not help but wonder if it ever would /not/. She never wanted for it to. "Zelda, you can't do this. My rainbow, you /idiot/. I am /gone/, Zelda. I can't keep coming back for you." He sighed, his head nodding forward, eyebrows creased with frustration. Zelda wished to bring her hand to that face, his face, one she knew better than her own, and trace, smooth the worry and hurt away, just as she had done so many times before. For him--yes--, she knew as her fingertips brushed his cheek, felt the trickle of moisture, the calloused flesh of his hands as they wrapped about hers, that she would never again see her hero. For his happiness, she never could. She smiled as she lifted his face, her lips gently brushing against his own. "I know, my Sunshine. Please," her eyes burned, but she couldn't cry. That would just be selfish, and had she not already caused him enough pain? No, not now; at least she could spare him that. "Please be careful, Love. Don't do anything foolish, I beg." A weak smile crossed his face, lingering for a heartbeat's time before he brushed past her, his boots scuffling across the floorboards. The door opened.
The door shut.