Warnings/notes : Omi/Nagi, Ken/Farfarello, Yohji/Schuldich and Aya/Crawford, a bit ooc-ness (especially Farfarello), very predictable plot, fluff, a kiss
Disclaimer : I don't own Weiss Kreuz.
written at 25th march 2003, by Misura
Ken slowly walked through the park. He was a bit earlier than usual, but maybe he was lucky. As he reached the open spot, he saw Lady Fortune was indeed smiling upon him.
Trying to keep from being noticed he slowly approached the lonely figure standing there, looking at the nightsky.
"I know you're there, Ken." A soft voice said. "Though it was a valiant attempt I admit."
Ken pouted. "You could have pretended you didn't notice."
"Maybe next time. If I feel like it."
Ken sighed. "Where do you want to go tonight? Same as usual?"
"Yes, I think so. Unless you don't want to?"
Ken shook his head. "Nope. Fine with me."
"Now, I only have to decide whether I'll have chocolate or strawberry-taste."
"You could have both." Ken pointed out.
"What an interesting idea. Perhaps I will."
"Take all the time you want to think about it."
"I have another, excellent idea."
"Last one there has to pay for the ice-cream!"
Running after Farfarello, Ken softly cursed his daftness. The Irishman did this every time they met, and yet he had been completely taken by surprise, again.
"You made it ; how wonderful!"
"It's so great to see you again!"
"Did you miss me?"
"I missed you too. Any trouble getting away?"
"None. And you?"
"None either. It was almost as if Crawford was happy to see me go."
"He's such a cold fish, if the way you talk about him is any indication."
"Oh, he's terrible. Bet he'd never do something as romantic as dating."
"Shall we go and play now? I practiced a lot at home."
"Hah, you'll never beat me, little Bombay."
"Just you wait and see, Prodigy."
"You know," Yohji said to the person occupying the seat next to his, "this place is really boring."
"I agree." that person replied, nodding solemnly. "It was your idea to go here."
"No it wasn't."
"Yes, it was."
"Do you have any better idea than just sitting here and argueing?" Yohji snapped.
Schuldich smirked. "As a matter of fact I do. Interested in coming?"
"Do I look like I have anything better to do?"
"Well, then. Lead the way!"
As soon as Aya opened the door, he was greeted by the soft light of a thousand candles. The person lighting them turned around at his entrance and greeted him with a smile.
"Aya. Do you like what I did to the room?"
He nodded. "It's beautiful. But... what about the others?"
"They are all gone. We have the house to ourselves and no one's going to interrupt us this time."
"You saw that?"
A nod. "Yes, I foresaw that."
"Aaah. That's nice to know."
As the other person bent over to kiss him, Aya made a soft protesting sound.
"Isn't the food going to turn cold?"
"Of course not." Crawford purred. "I can see the future, remember?"
"Ah yes. I forgot."
The Oracle laughed softly.