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W+E Reminiscence: 1.2Vienna 1763W+E Reminiscence: 1.2 by Lady-Blackdove
"Hmm," Joseph grunted, reading over Rosenberg's letter. "Mmm-hmm," he grunted again, tracing it through with his finger. "Very good, very good. So what does it all mean, Chamberlain?"
"It means, your Majesty," von Strack sighed, "that the young man is sorry for what he has done, he is most grateful to you for allowing him to continue working within your court, and he will be on his best behaviour from now on."
"Very good," Joseph responded, tired. "Who was this again?"
Von Strack cleared his throat and tapped the signature at the bottom of the letter.
"Ohh," the Emperor blinked. "Very good, very good."
"Is everything alright, your Majesty?" von Strack murmured, placing a hand on Joseph's shoulder.
"Very good," he repeated, yawning. "Very good," he looked in his bedroom mirror, reaching for his wig and trying to shift it off. Von Strack sighed and helped him.
"I really wish you wouldn't drink so much, your Majesty," the Chamberlain muttered, pe
Vagrant.Vagrant.Vagrant. by Geistlicher
He sat upon the street corner, silent as could be, trying not to make any disturbances, lest the police come and either arrest him or move him long. This city had been his home at one point, but now he barely even recognized it, bomb craters, broken bricks, half destroyed burned out houses still littered the layout. All of it was cruel memories from so long ago, merely looking at it made him want to break down and cry. Yet there would be no one to hear him in his sorrows. As far as he knew he was alone in the world at this point. Eight years in captivity had brutalized him and probably killed everyone dear to him.
He sat aimlessly on the street corner, his tattered coat doing nothing against the chilling wind that wove its fingers across the city. He had every mind to move to the Bradenburger, there were more people there that might help him out. Or just incarcerat
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