Elsanna Week on Tumblr: Day One and Two
I'm a little uneasy about being a part of this fandom, so I'm trying to keep it as platonic as possible, but I very much do ship them and want to be a part of this week. If anyone in my group of friends found out I'd probably be shunned.
Takes place after the last verse of "Do You want to Build a Snowman". What if Elsa had let Anna in?
Disclaimer: not my characters or world.
Rating T: angst, and slight incestual implications.
"Elsa? Please... I know you're in there, people are asking where you've been, they say have courage and I'm trying to, I'm right out here for you, please let me in..."
Anna paused and listened. She heard quiet sobbing.
"It's just you and me, what are we gonna do..." Anna bit back a sob. "Do you want to build a snowman..."
Nothing. Complete silence. Anna could give up, or she could force her way in. There was no way she was letting Elsa shut her out. Not this time, not over this. For heavens' sake their parents were dead! And Elsa was just going to abandon her? Her little sister? No, Anna wasn't going to have it.
She shoved the door, and heard it crack a little. 'That was odd'. A cold gust of wind met Anna and blew the black shawl right off her shoulders. Her eyes adjusted to the darkness as she shut the door behind her.
The room was covered in ice. Anna had to grip the door knob to keep from slipping. She could hear quiet sobs coming from the other side of Elsa's bed. She took in the sight of her elder sister's room. Moonlight sparkled off of the ice encased walls and floor. Snow swirled around the side of the bed, assuming it was over Elsa's head.
Anna carefully crossed the floor. Her teeth chattered from the cold. "Elsa?"
A terrified Elsa shot up from the floor, her eyes wide as she took in her sister. "Anna! You can't be in here! Please... Leave..." Elsa's face turned from fear and shock to pleading. Her ice-blue eyes spilled tears that turned to ice droplets on her fair cheeks.
Anna crossed the ice rink of a floor slowly, wrapping her arms around herself. "So this... This is why you hide..."
"Not now Anna, please, get out of here." Elsa was terrified. Her emotions were spiraling out of control and she couldn't stop them. Panic, fear, utter melancholy. She held up her hands as Anna walked around the bed, nearly three feet from her elder sister. Ice spikes shot up between them, creating a wall behind which Elsa could hide.
"Elsa, I don't care about the ice. We can talk about it later... I just, I need you. We only have each other now... I can't be alone on a night like this." Anna placed her hand on the ice wall. "Please... Just for tonight, don't shut me out."
Elsa's hands trembled. She could her the tears caught in her sister's throat. "I can't control the power...I don't want to hurt you..."
Anna had to crawl over the frost covered bed to reach her sister. Elsa's back was turned and Anna took the opportunity to wrap her arms around her sister. "I'm right here for you, we can do this together." Anna's teeth chattered as she pressed herself against Elsa's chilled body. The snow and ice around them began to melt as Elsa sobbed. Anna stroked her sister's blonde hair gently. She broke the embrace and guided Elsa into bed, wrapping her arms around her once more as they cried quietly together.
Elsa looked up into Anna's watery teal eyes. "I'm sorry I couldn't come to the funeral, I... The ice, I can't control it when I'm upset."
Anna nodded, grasping her sister's hand tightly. "I understand." They stared into each other's eyes for what felt like forever, they hadn't spent this much time together in years. Anna didn't expect Elsa to be so honest, so open. But she could feel how tense her sister was in her arms. "Relax. I trust you. You won't hurt me."
Elsa shook her head. "I might... I can't lose you too Anna." Elsa's tears crystallized as she became more upset.
Anna warmed them with the tips of her fingers and they melted, rolling down Elsa's pale cheeks. "It will be alright." She kissed her sister's freezing cheek and saw Elsa blush. The contact was so odd to both of them. It felt so strange. But Anna knew it was what they both needed. She kissed the top of Elsa's head. Elsa felt strangely warm in her sister's arms and soon drifted into a pleasant sleep.
I've never written in this ship before. I've had practice with Elphaba and Glinda, but please tell me what you think.
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