Loki watched her carefully, noting her nervousness.
Nonetheless, he listened to her.
“I see….” He…
Loki looked up in time to see the pink spread across her cheeks. He smiled.
“That is unfortunate. I’ve had night terrors before… Not pleasant.”
“I suppose that is a good reason…. I find tea helps calm myself down when I have those nights.” he sighed.
Seeing her close her eyes and hear her groan, he placed a hand on her arm.
“Valid reasons… Are you alright? Perhaps the lack of sleep is getting to you…?”
Behind her eyelids she could see flashes of blood and almost hear the screaming that she had caused. She quickly opened her eyes and looked at him when he placed a hand on her arm, “I’m…. Fine.” She sounded unsure all the way around. “Chai tea is the only type of tea I like…” She stated with a small smile, “I’ll have to try it.”
Her nose was picking up the metallic smell of blood and she blinked feeling a stinging in her side. She moved her left hand down to her right side and pulled her hand away seeing blood on her fingertips. She groaned with irritation and moved to the hem at the bottom of her black tank top and slowly pulled up her shirt. She didn’t seem to mind he was there, as she pulled up her shirt to right under her breasts she frowned.
From below her breasts to right under her pants was all wrapped up in bandages; there was a thin line dried blood over her stomach but on her right side was fresh blood covering most of that side, “Well… Hell.” She muttered. She was becoming a little more light headed staring at it but she was clearly irritated that she was bleeding again. She grumbled something about it being hard to do stitches there by herself; and that she needed to redo them again.
Loki watched her, knowing full well she was lying to him. He kept his hand on her arm.
“Alright….. Whatever you say.” He said softly. Sure, he hadn’t expected her to tell him the truth, but he was trying to worry and it was actually working.
He smiled at her. “Well then, if you don’t mind a bit of a walk, I recently got a new box of it?” He offered, wondering if he should just leave her alone.
He blinked, watching her as she pulled up her shirt. He was careful to only look at the blood that was on her side, because eyeing a lady was impolite, even in Asgard.
He stepped back, leaning down a bit to look it over.
“You’ve tried to stitch it? Hmm….” He placed his hand on the small of her back, carefully probing the bloodied area with his thumb lightly.
“……I’ve some bandages at my place. And….. Perhaps I can fix it up good as new.” He murmured, glancing around to make sure no one was there.
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