The bucket list of two gods

This is the story of two gods, being Loki and Knight, checking off their bucket list. Why? Because they are old and their son, being Sci Lokison, is now ruling Asgard under his reign. The year is 5010 for Midgard and what awaits it is purely a year of the least unexpected old couple having fun checking off their bucket list. The bucket list of two gods.
This story is in Loki's perspective.
Started: 5.10.2015.
Completed: 5.17.2015 at 7:06 AM.
This is the last book about the couple from Wattpadheim known as 'LoKnight'. Their story as a couple ends here.

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22. The bucket list resumes

..April 10th...5010...

 

...9:49 PM...

 

"What to next on our bucket list?" Knight asks.

 

"We haven't painted city buildings the colors of Teen Titans, yet," I said.

 

"Oh, that is a lovely idea," Knight said.

 

We just departed Alcatraz after getting it decorated in Christmas decorations. I crossed off a 'stand in a cell in the most haunted prison in mortal history' on the bucket list. I am the one steering the boat through the clouds acting as waves below. The review mirror shows a glowing haunted prison complete by some rather flashy decorations that perhaps outer space aliens can see miles away.

 

"I know," I said, pushing the level forwards. "Water or do we take an air plane again?"

 

"Let's take our flight to the water," Knight said.

 

I had a short laugh.

 

"Hang on," I said pressing on the down arrow near the steering wheel.

 

Knight laughs falling over—unusually delighted by the sky diving—-grabbing on to a grip.

 

"THIS IS AWESOME!" Knight shouts. "Woohooo!"

 

I look over seeing Knight enjoying herself while the boat is hurling down towards the ocean. Knight is very odd but I like odd things in woman because it makes them a little interesting; flaws and all. The ocean is so clear I can see underwater cities still submerged and schools of fish passing through the aged buildings. Whales are going in pods. Various types of sharks live in herds surrounding the plentiful underwater sea life.

 

Knight's entertained face turns into a 'uh oh' kind of one.

 

"Loki, watch where you are flying!" Knight warns me. "Geese ahead!"

 

I turn my head back towards the flock of geese then take a swerve to the left past the various birds honking.

 

"Sorry birds!" Knight apologizes to the geese, waving her right hand.

 

The geese honk back at us.

 

I swear they are so vicious towards mortals yet graceful in the sky. I made the boat go into landing position so the resting place on the water is soft. I saw a couple of words. What did they spell? My failing memory is crawling to the league of coming over time. I am aware of my failing memory and the crippling of aging is failing to be silent.

 

"Honey," I said. "What does k-e-y spell?"

 

"Key," Knight said, getting up. She looks at me concerned. "Is that a trick question?"

 

"It is not," I said. "I have not used a key in a long time...let alone read about it."

 

Knight came over to me.

 

"What does this say?" Knight asks, holding up a paper.

 

I squint my eyes at it.

 

"Um..." I said. "I don't know what it spells."

 

The boat comes a gentle landing on the water.

 

Knight lowers the paper then puts it away under the seat across.

 

"What does it spell?" I ask.

 

"Dog," Knight said, turning away from the seat. "And that is okay,because you don't need to be reading while we cross of our bucket list. I'll do the crossing and you be having fun."

 

"...Dog spells something backwards," I said. "I can't remember what it spells."

 

"We are gods," Knight said. "We are all dogs in our hearts; figuratively, but...that's what dog spells backwards. Gods, honey, we're all dogs."

 

I can imagine her and I, younger, under the star lit sky.

 

Knight has her ways of making the best out of the worst.

 

I can be in the ruins of Asgard and Knight would find hope in life surviving.

 

"You are the loyalist woman I ever met," I said.

 

"Honey," Knight said. "I am the only woman who knows your favorite desire is to hug pink sheep."

 

That's what our vows are for; for better or for worse, we take care of each other.

 

"...It is?" I said.

 

Knight takes out the bucket list.

 

"And you're gonna hug one after we do the painting," Knight said. "There is a pink herd of sheep in Norway. I will take care of my husband with his failing memory."

 

There is stars in the sky as some are being blocked by the flying cities above.

 

"Do you, Knight of Asgard, promise to love Loki for better or for worse?" Odin asked.

 

"I do," Knight said.

 

"And when he falls ill; to be there for him?" Odin asked.

 

"Yes," Knight said.

 

I am recalling our wedding day.

 

"When we first met, the thought of us together was crazy and impossible." I admitted.

 

Which it was.

 

"I tried to hide my feelings and did successfully, yet painfully." I said, recalling how six months were like hell. "We became closer over time and my feelings only strengthened.Then one ordinary day turned extraordinary when you confessed you had feelings for me. I told you how I felt and then you kissed me. I knew it was wrong but it felt so...right. Like we were..."

 

"Meant to be together," Knight finished for me, in her white dress with a necklace around her neck.

 

I nodded.

 

"You made me feel like everything was going to be all right. I couldn't believe that someone as beautiful and wonderful as you would love me back. I still can't," I said. "It has been 2,000 years since that amazing day and I feel exactly the same as I did, love you just as much if not more."

 

"I do too," Knight said. "Before you, my life...was boring. Then you came in. You brought me into a whole new world and adventure. I never thought, really, to step forward into a living and breathing realm to a website that never should have been real in the first place. I had long gone to believe that fictional characters coming to life was impossible." Knight's eyes landed on me. A smile curled up on her perfect face. To me she is perfect. "But you, of all characters, you came into my life and showed me the impossible is really possible. It is not the works of fiction. You are my impossible man and I will always love you."

 

"Before you my life was empty, meaningless." I admitted. "I thought it would be like that until the day I died. But after we got together I was happier than I had ever been,you gave my life meaning. You filled the empty spot in my heart. I can't imagine living without you, and I won't. Today I am the luckiest man alive. I love you more than I can ever tell you or show you, and will love you forever and always."

 

"Do you take Knight as your bride?" Odin asked.

 

"I do," I said.

 

"Knight, do you take Loki as your groom?" Odin asked.

 

"I do," Knight said.

 

"Exchange rings,and then kiss." Odin said. "I now pronounce you husband and wife."

 

In the present time we are holding hands, as a old couple, under the sea of darkness pierced by stars.

 

"I won't forget you," Knight said. "Because you are my impossible man. I don't forget the impossible."

 

"You too," I said. "My impossible girl."  
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