So yeah I wrote again xD Not sure if this is a good thing^^'' I try to get back to ZxR ( was distracted from Hetalia-.-) So this is a warm-up fic, 3 chapters only.

Special thanks to my beta, Princess-Chan


Chapter 1: He started to dream

Zoro had never had problems with his sleep. He always fell asleep fast and never woke up during the night. It was rare that he had dreams. A good sleep was a base for his trainings, but tonight he didn't have a good sleep.

He seemed to be having an "interesting" dream. At least his sleep was rest-less, he was tossing and turning as well as sweating and blushing. He wasn't have a nightmare, but it still wasn't an enjoyable dream.

Okay, Sanji would have killed him for such a dream, but he was a pervert also.

Zoro's dream

Zoro was sitting by the mast. It was the best time for a nap. He looked around to see if any of his crew mates were nearby. He was alone; no one around to disturb him. He didn't even care where they were, as long as they weren't here. With that thought he closed his eyes and was about to fall asleep when he heard a female voice.

"I want to talk to you."

Zoro sighed and opened his eye. It was Robin. Where did she come from? Had she hidden herself or what?! Though; it could be worse. It could be Nami instead of Robin. He hardly ever remembered that Nami told him to water her orange trees for her. Luckily it wasn't her, because he had forgotten to do it.

"I have to know." She sat down extremely close to him. Her voice was different. He knew she was planning something.

"Can't you leave me alone?" It can never be good when she wanted to talk to him. She didn't do it very often and it was always hard to guess what she wanted.

"Do you like me?"

Zoro gasped for air. He couldn't believe what he heard. It came so suddenly. Moreover it was Robin who said it. She moved even closer. She looked so innocent.

"What's wrong with you woman?!"

"You are so sexy. I really want you."

Robin's face was very close to Zoro's. He swallowed. He had no idea what was going on. This wasn't at all how Robin usually acted. Was she playing or did she mean it? Whatever the answer was, he doesn't have time for such nonsense. He had to get away from here.

"Kenshi-san, do you think I'm sexy?" Robin whispered the question into Zoro's ear.

"Robin, are you alright?" He couldn't push her away and he had no idea why. His arms didn't want to move. It was like he was caught in a trap.

"I am crazy for you." Robin grabbed his shirt and pulled him closer until their lips touched.

Zoro was red as a tomato. It was so embarrassing and he totally forgot about what he had been thinking about before. Even if she was playing he decided to play along. At least he could drive the bastard of a cook crazy when he told him what happened. Furthermore Robin's lips were just too soft to stop kissing.

Robin broke the kiss. "Want to go to a more private place?"

"Su.."

BANG!

Zoro fell from his bed and onto the floor. It took him a little while to understand what had just happened and where he was. The room was still dark and he heard the others snoring. No doubt about it, he had been sleeping.

"Oh, it was only a dream."

He climbed back to his bed and tried to fell asleep again, but it didn't work. That dream was haunting him. It had seemed so real. Zoro touched his lips. He had never seen Robin in his dreams before, but he didn't believe that dreams meant something. It was such a stupid dream and he tried to forget it.

After some time Zoro heard Sanji get up to begin preparing breakfast. He waited till Sanji was gone and then got up. He was wasting time lying in bed thinking that Robin kissed him.


Zoro was sitting in the kitchen and waiting for breakfast. Luffy and Usopp were discussing if they could teach fish to fly. There was just one problem: how could they teach them when they weren't able to fly either.

Brook was still asleep, head on the table and mumbling something about pink, probably pink panties. Franky was cleaning his glasses and chatting with Chopper. Nami and Robin weren't there yet. They usually came later.

Luffy asked Zoro if he wanted to help them to teach the fish, but Zoro wasn't paying attention to his surroundings. He had other things on his mind. It just wasn't that easy for him to forget his dream.

Sanji started to run around in the kitchen. It was a sign that Nami and Robin were coming. Luffy started to whine, he was starving as usual. The whining stopped when Nami hit him. She didn't want such loud whining in the morning because she was still sleepy.

At least breakfast can start now. Someone sat next to the swordsman. Of course it just happened to be Robin. That wasn't a new thing so he ignored her.

"Good morning Kenshi-san."

Zoro looked at her. Even though he knew it was Robin who had wished him a good morning, he just couldn't ignore her. He soon regretted looking up. Robin was smiling and it looked exactly like that smile she wore in his dream.

"Kenshi-san, are you alright?" asked Robin, but Zoro heard "Kenshi-san, do you think I am sexy?"

"Woman! Why are you doing this?!" Zoro jumped up. This was even worse than the dream.

"What do you mean?" Robin blinked. "I was only wondering. You look like you didn't have a good sleep. That's all."

"Oh." Zoro looked away. "I am fine. I am totally fine."

Everyone was looking at him. They knew that Zoro wasn't very friendly towards Robin, but yelling at her was too much.

"What the hell are you doing?!" Sanji yelled. "Get out of here! I'm not giving you any food."

"What?!"

"Hey! Stop fighting!" Nami jumped up. Zoro wasn't the only one who didn't have a good sleep last night. "Zoro, get out!"

"Why me?! I didn't do anything!"

"You yelled at Robin. Get out! Now!"

Zoro left the kitchen. It truly wasn't his day. He was angry, embarrassed, tired and hungry. He walked to the mast and sat down. He knew that he had to wait. When the others finished breakfast, he'll get something from Sanji. Unless he was still angry…he hoped not, because it really annoying to train with an empty stomach.

Whatever, he thought. A little hunger won't kill him. Furthermore he knew exactly how to fill time. Sleep. He closed his eyes and was about to fell asleep.

"Kenshi-san, I brought you something."

Zoro didn't even have to open his eyes to know who it was, but he did have one question. Was it a dream again or reality? He looked up at her. It seemed real and her voice wasn't different.

"You.."

"I brought you a sandwich. I don't know why you yelled at me, but I am sure you didn't mean it."

Yep, a dream. Definitely.

"Do I have something on my face?"

"No." Zoro frowned and tried not to stare at her, but he couldn't help himself. He had to admit that he was curious what Robin would do this time.

"Good." She smiled again and handed him the sandwich. "I hope you will get back to normal. I like it more."

Zoro sighed. Luckily it all was a dream. He didn't have to think how he should act near Robin after that sentence. Somehow he started to like this dream, he got an idea.

"You smile drives me crazy."

That smile disappeared. There was only an awkward silence.

"I think I take my words back."

"Hey marimo! Stop sleeping and get in the kitchen."

Zoro didn't have the chance to reply, because then it hit him. It wasn't a dream? He felt his heart skip a beat.


It was afternoon and a beautiful day. The sun was shinning and it was hard to find a cloud in the blue sky. Nami's bad mood was gone. She was now extremely kind and gave a free afternoon to everyone. Almost everyone used it, except Sanji. He, of course, had to take care of snacks and drinks, but he did it gladly when he could see Nami or Robin's smile.

Nami was sunbathing with Robin. They were chatting about clothes; mainly Nami was talking about that, and about the next island. They didn't turn their attention to the others so long Luffy was quiet enough.

But that was hard. Luffy, Chopper, Usopp and Franky were building who knows what. They said that it was a machine for the flying fish, but Nami didn't care what it was. When they got to noisy she would throw it over the boat and the others knew it so they tried to stay quiet.

Brook was sitting under the orange trees. He loved the sun, but it was too warm for him and he didn't want to get sunstroke. So he was playing the violin. Not only for his joy, but for the other guy who had to work as well.

Zoro didn't get the afternoon free and he could only blame his stupid dream and the way he acted in the kitchen. He didn't have anything against work. Although this was a slave's work- he had to hold an umbrella over Nami's head so she wouldn't get sunstroke.

He had to listen to all that crap they were talking about. That wasn't even the worse though. It was hard to get his off eyes Robin and almost every time he looked over at her, she looked up to him and smiled. It was like a dream and he wished that it would be a dream, but this time Zoro knew that it was real.

"I had a weird dream today" said Nami. Zoro now paid attention to her. "I was trapped with Luffy on an island, and I almost killed him, because he was so annoying."

"Isn't this the second dream you've had about him?"

"I know what you mean Robin, but I don't believe such things."

"I think they are true. Dreams are like a mirror. They reflect the inner thoughts and wishes of a person. Dreams allow the repressed parts of the mind to be satisfied through fantasy. Sometimes we dream about things we want to happen."

"Robin." Nami rolled her eyes. "You take it too seriously." She looked up to Zoro. "What do you think?"

"They don't mean anything." Zoro looked away and couldn't hold back his thoughts about that dream. He didn't notice that he was blushing.

"Seems like someone has had an interesting dream." Nami grinned.

Zoro ignored her. He totally ignored her and wished he could ignore himself also. Dammit, get out of my head!


I have no idea if this was good or not. I tried my best, but I feel I failed ^^'' But I hope someone will like it xD

*goes back studying now*