Make of Yourself a Light by dynamicsymmetry

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After well over a year at the funeral home, Daryl sits on the porch with Beth and watches the sun go down, and thinks about how much has changed – and how much the future might hold.

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It Reminded Me Twice That I Was Alive by dynamicsymmetry

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There are so many things Daryl loves about sex with Beth. But his favorite part of all might actually be when it’s over.

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How Many Hail Mary’s by alchemystique

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She doesn’t remember all of it. Looking back on it now she remembers the weight of Beth in her arms, the shock of how strong Beth’s arms around her were, the way her hair tasted in Maggie’s mouth when she took in a ragged breath and half swallowed Beth’s ponytail. She remembers the vague echo of Rick’s soft exclamation somewhere behind her, and the way, once she’d finally let go of her sister, that Daryl an Beth had crowded around Carol – Daryl’s forehead tucked into Carol’s shoulder, Beth’s arm curled around Carols other side as Judith reached for lock of Beth’s hair and tugged, the brilliant tinkle of laughter and the way Beth’s hand and Daryl’s both curled around Judy’s little head, palms stacked one over the other as their fingers slipped through the wisps of hair. – Maggie meets Beth and Daryl on the road to Alexandria

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