: Watson's Woes July Writing Prompts 2016Prompt
Shine Yer Shoes Guvnor? Take a child’s-eye view of Holmes and/or Watson or their world, in any version. It can be the POV of an Irregular, the child of a wealthy client, Olivia Flaversham, or Young Sherlock Holmes for that matter.Rating
: General AudiencesUniverse
: Irregular (Holmes, Watson)WordCount
: An Irregular realizes something important about Mr. Holmes. (inbetween "Trust" and "Pride")
Warning: written in a rush without much thinking, as my brain is pretty fried. it's just soo hot and humig, I hate this kind of weather ._.
The most favourable thing about Mr. Holmes is that he actually respects
He does not judge us or belittle us, he does not even pity us. He respects us and what we are capable to do and in return we respect him
Whatever he asks us to do, we do not question him and simply do as told.
So when he told me to follow his new doctor friend to his weekly meetings for several weeks, I did not think much about it.
Until the moment that queer guy led the doctor into an alley where other men were waiting and they beat the crap out of him.
For a moment I did not know what to do, as there was nothing that I could do, then I hightailed out of there right back to Mr. Holmes.
We respect him, we respect him a lot, but when I told him what happened to the doctor and his eyes darkened I realized for the first time that Mr. Holmes is not only a nice governor.
He can also be a very dangerous
man and no matter who or what you are, you should better never get on his bad side.