June 5th, 1832
Then Obi-Wan reached out his hand and pressed his palm briefly to Anakin’s cheek. Ahsoka saw his lips move. Saw him say: Well done.
And the look on Anakin’s face, at those two small words, brought her treacherously close to tears.
Clone Wars: Wild Space
by Karen Miller (via
I won’t glorify or romanticise heartbreak, for me it was a kind of death and I was forced to keep living – Warsan Shire
Twisted by the dark side, young Skywalker has become. The boy you trained, gone, he is, consumed by Darth Vader.
(*Sources- Early Attack of the Clones Script Draft, Wild Space and Clone Wars Gambit: Siege by Karen Miller, Revenge of the Sith Novelization by Matthew Stover)
“Watching them smile at each other, Taria felt their kinship and the complicated love. They were such an odd pairing on the face of it: Obi-Wan so self-contained, Anakin so reckless, but they’d found their balance, and now they were two halves of a whole.”