We were once kids. We were once wild. We were once soldiers. In the dead of winter, you greeted death. You fell from my grip and into the darkness, and now a hundred years have rotted away and I have never felt so alone. I ran from the winter because war was to attached to it. I close my eyes and I see you there on the front line. Young and drained, you were just a body rotting away. Full of life so you hung on with everything you had. bang bang It was such an awful sound. Only if I had taken your place. If only you would have run the other way. Just how unfair is our luck.
Someday I'll teach myself to learn and live alone. I'll teach myself that death was not the enemy. But the winter storm rages on and I'm still having trouble breathing. Don't be alarmed. I march on. Like the soldier I once was. Don't be alarmed. I've seen many winter storms and I have miraculously survived them all.
Can't you see that I don't want to move on? Don't bring tomorrow because I can't take another. My eyes are too fogged to see the light. My minds too cluttered to think right. I've tasted my own tears and faced all my fears. So here I am. Laying on the floor. So here we are. Together once more.
Steve Rogers & Bucky Barnes Captain America: The Winter Soldier