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Finally wrote something holy shit \o/ Not sure if I should post this… 
29th-Nov-2008 09:52 pm
Finally wrote something holy shit \o/

Not sure if I should post this anywhere else?

Title: Through the Darkness
Characters/Pairing: Crowley and Aziraphale from Good Omens
Rating: PG
Disclaimer: I am not Neil Gaiman or Terry Pratchett, I don't own Crowley or Aziraphale or the Good Omens universe, etc. Just a dork who likes to write about them ♥
Warnings: Uh. None?
Summary: A record of correspondence between Crowley and Aziraphale during WWII


NAME OF ADDRESSEE A. Fell
STREET ADDRESS 77 King Street
CITY London
DATE 17 Sept. 1940

MESSAGE GOES HERE. BE BRIEF.

Heard news of bombing STOP Stuck in Paris
STOP Please inform of condition END

A.J. Crowley


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NAME OF ADDRESSEE A.J. Crowley
STREET ADDRESS 4, rue du Vieux Colombier 75006
CITY Paris
DATE 26 Sept. 1940

MESSAGE GOES HERE. BE BRIEF.

Safe for now STOP Situation grim STOP
Will try to write soon END

A. Fell



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A.J. Crowley
4, rue du Vieux Colombier 75006
Paris, France
5 Oct. 1940

Crowley,

The air raids continue day and night as I'm sure you've heard. Hundreds have been injured and killed, many of them civilians. There is talk of relocating children to the countryside. Estimates of what the total damage may be are high.

I've volunteered as a medic, to what I'm certain comes as no surprise for you. Your district is still intact, for now, including your flat and the Bentley. I'll do what I can to keep things that way, though in the current circumstances I don't know how much that will be.

Hoping that there is a London left for you to return to,
Fell


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A. Fell
77 King Street
London, England
23 Oct. 1940

Fell,

Glad to hear of the car, and that you're still in one piece. German soldiers are everywhere here in Paris. Food is short. Everyone is under a nightly curfew. The French are being shipped to labour camps. I don't know how much longer Down Below is going to keep me here, but I get the feeling things are going to get a lot worse before they get better.

I'll buy you a drink when this is over, how's that?

Hoping the same,
Crowley


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A.J. Crowley
4, rue du Vieux Colombier 75006
Paris, France
21 Dec. 1940

Crowley,

I am unsure whether you'll still be at the same hotel, after this long, but haven't anywhere else to send this. Bombing continues in London but more infrequently as of late. I think the worst might be over. I'll warn you, though...you'll hardly recognize her when you get back (whenever that may be).

What do they have you doing in Paris? No, on second thought I'd rather not know.

Your things are all fine, the car and the flat. I'm going to continue as a medic for a while, at least. Maybe after this is over I'll look into opening that bookshop I've been talking about.

I look forward to taking you up on that.

Thoroughly tired of war,
Fell


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NAME OF ADDRESSEE A. Fell
STREET ADDRESS 77 King Street
CITY London
DATE 31 Dec. 1940

MESSAGE GOES HERE. BE BRIEF.

Heard about the air raid STOP Are you
still safe STOP Write back soon as you
can END

A.J. Crowley



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A.J. Crowley
4, rue du Vieux Colombier 75006
Paris, France
15 Jan. 1941

Crowley,

Apologies for the delay - I'm still corporeal, yes. That last raid was a rather nasty one. It's terribly difficult getting a letter through the post these days, isn't it? Though I suppose it's a wonder the telegraph stations are still operational at all.

How is life in Paris treating you? Any word on when you'll be coming back?

Becoming used to the sound of bombs dropping,
Fell


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A. Fell
77 King Street
London, England
16 Feb. 1941

Fell,

No word yet on a return trip. The boys Downstairs are very excited about Germany these days, they've hardly given me a second thought lately. I suppose it's for the best. France may not be what I remember it, but at least it's been relatively quiet.

Of all the places in the world they could've destroyed they just had to go and ruin London, didn't they? I've really been growing fond of it these last few centuries.

Ah well. I'll write back as I'm able. Keep my car safe, will you? Oh, and I think the bookshop's a solid idea.

Hoping this doesn't go as badly as the last time I was in France,
Crowley


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A. Fell
77 King Street
London, England
21 Jan. 1942

Ziraphale,

Have you been writing? I've been relocated to Berlin, I haven't received anything since early last year, sorry. This address should stick for a while, if you care to respond.

I knew things would be getting worse. Hearing reports of the SS all the time now, executions, etc. Really sick stuff. No wonder the boys Down Below are so on top of things this time. Reminds me a bit of the Inquisition.

How is the city? Still working as a medic?

Hoping to hear from you,
Crowley


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A.J. Crowley
27, Kurfürstendamm 10719
Berlin, Germany
30 Jan. 1942

Crowley how dare you move like that without telling me? I've been wor uneasy for the last year about what's happened to you. Disappearing during a war like this, you really ought to know better!

At any rate, London is more or less as intact as it was the last I heard from you. I've stayed on as a medic, what with all the evacuations and most of the boys here being sent God only knows where. Hearing the same reports as you. Poor creatures.

Berlin, is it now? I'm sorry about that. Was really hoping they'd keep you in France. Do stay corporeal, will you? And write back sooner this time!

Hoping the humans get tired of this soon,
Ziraphale


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A. Fell
77 King Street
London, England
14 Feb. 1942

Ziraphale,

Wasn't aware I had to report Sorry about that. I've been busy or I would've written sooner.

Some Valentine's Day, isn't it?

Thinking of taking a nap, I'll write more later.

Tired of everything,
Crowley


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A.J. Crowley
27, Kurfürstendamm 10719
Berlin, Germany
15 Mar. 1942

Crowley,

Terribly sorry about the tone of my last letter. It's been a stressful couple of years, that's for certain. Happy Ides of March, before I forget.

All right, I'm going to ask it this time. What have they got you doing in Germany now?

The Americans have come to Britain, have you heard? It's a shame you aren't here, you'd probably enjoy the atmosphere here in London nowadays. The American boys think of little else but debauchery and parties, it's really quite your style. I...suppose I could do a bit to encourage things. Keep up my end of the Arrangement, and all that? Tell me what you think.

As always, stay corporeal and out of any trouble you haven't started in the first place.

Looking forward to that bookshop more and more,
Ziraphale


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A. Fell
77 King Street
London, England
29 Apr. 1942

Ziraphale,

You'd really rather not know, believe me. I'd rather not know.

Sounds like fun. If you get the chance. Don't go out of your way. Won't be able to hold up my end of the deal for a while yet.

Still tired. Will write something longer soon, I promise.

Looking forward to that drink more and more,
Crowley


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A.J. Crowley
27, Kurfürstendamm 10719
Berlin, Germany
3 Dec. 1942

Crowley,

Are you still there? I haven't received anything for months, I don't know if I'm even writing to the correct address any more. I've been hearing things from over there that make my stomach turn.

I'm going to keep writing in the hopes that one of these letters will find you. Please write back.

Concerned,
Ziraphale


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A. Fell
77 King Street
London, England
19 Jan. 1943

Aziraphale,

Being sent to Poland. Wish I were back in London.

Will write when I can. Don't know when that will be.

Hoping,
Crowley


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A. Fell
77 King Street
London, England
1 Aug. 1943

A-

hell on earth - poland is a nightmare

can't handle this

-AC


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A. Fell
77 King Street
London, England
13 May 1947

Aziraphale,

Hoping to find you still at the same address.

Arriving in London in a week. Care for that drink?

Crowley
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Comments 
30th-Nov-2008 05:51 am (UTC)
♥! This was a pleasant surprise. Thank you for sharing!! ::eeees like a happy little fangirl::
30th-Nov-2008 06:39 am (UTC)
♥! Glad you liked ^_^
1st-Dec-2008 12:28 am (UTC)
asasd This was cute! I love the worrying when Crowley moves.
1st-Dec-2008 02:13 pm (UTC)
Thanks! :)
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