Hi! I'm really shocked at how little KHR fics there are. But the ones on are really awesome! So, I felt like contributing to the archive, and a pulled out a dictionary, closed my eyes, flipped through the pages, and stopped my finger on the word.
Disclaimer: I own nothing.
Warning: If you don't like yaoi, boy love, shounen-ai, gay action, boy on boy, then go find yourself another thing to read.
You know, it had just been a spur of the moment kind of thing. But once the words left his mouth, he regretted them.
"Hibari-san, don't you ever get lonely?"
The aforementioned teen gave him a cold, blank stare. He looked intimidating to say the least. His dark hair lightly played in the wind and he had one knee drawn up, an arm loosely placed over it. He was in the same position that the young Vongola heir first saw when he opened the door to the roof.
"What?" Though it was a question, the way he said it made it sound intimidating, and more like an angry statement rather than an innocent question.
Tsuna shuddered at his harsh tone. " D-don't you ever get lonely?" He stuttered his sentence, his words clearly laced with fear. He watched in awe as the raven haired teen stood up.
E-eh! Tsuna watched in horror as Hibari Kyoya began to walk towards him. He gulped, his question must have offended the other boy, and he was planning to kill him. Sort of like that "Wake-me-and-I'll-bite-you-to-death" game…….
As Hibari walked closer and closer to him, Tsuna kept backing away, eventually getting his back pressed against the wall. Tsuna saw Hibari pull his hand back, ready to strike, and closed his eyes, waiting for the blow;.
It never came.
Tsuna opened his eyes, and all he could see was Hibari. He could feel Hibari's breath on his lips as he stood there, pinned against the wall. He could see his eyes, which looked so much more up close…
Hibari swooped down, and all Tsuna could feel were the other boy's lips on his own. He stood there stock still, frozen, surprised by the sudden action. Slowly, he closed his eyes, and began to kiss back, and as he began to truly enjoy the dark haired teen's presence, it was gone as fast as it came.
When Tsuna opened his eyes again, Hibari had his back turned to him, and had already made his way to the door. Tsuna felt awkward like that, giddy, sort of like a high school girl when she talks to her crush. And Hibari, with his hand on the silver doorknob, stopped for a moment, but didn't look up, or turn back to the other.
That too had been a spur of the moment.
With a faint click of the door, Hibari Kyoya, enigma to all, was gone.