'Lets face the face the facts about me and you - a love unspecified'

Turk watched as JD bounded towards him, arms overflowing with charts. His face was fixed into its average cheesy grin and his hair was stuffed with product and styled...well; typical JD style.

"Hey Chocolate Bear" he called catching Turk staring at him.

'Though I'm proud to call you Chocolate Bear'

"Hey " Turk replied, and JD felt a sense of warmth at the use of the nick-names.

'The crowd will always talk and stare.'

JD knew that others found his and Turk's relationship odd, but there was nothing complicated about it. Not to them.

'I feel exactly those feelings too, and that's why I keep them inside'

Turk resisted the urge to run his hand through JD's hair. People would be people, and those people would talk, and any gesture of affection would be seen as a weakness.

'Coz this bear, can't bear the world's disdain, and somemtime's its easier to hide -'

JD carelessly dumped his charts on the nurse's station and turned back to Turk. He took in his shaved head, his mole, his chocolate skin. The two linked arms at the same time, reading each others movements as only two of them could.

'Than explain our guy love, that's all it is - guy love: he's mine, I'm his'

Turk was HIS thought JD fiercely. Carla could never take him away from him. Whilst his and Turk's love may be different than Turk's and Carla's, JD and Turk would always be together.

'There's nothing gay about it, in our eyes...'

It was nothing dirty: it was something pure. They loved each other as only two of the closest brothers could. As only Turk and JD could.

'He asks about this tihng we share'

Turk smiled at JD.

'And he tenderley replies...'

JD smiled at Turk. The two opened their mouths and sung in unison, gazing into each other's eyes.

"It's guy love, between two guys"

Guy love. It wasn't anything to be ashamed of. They weren't gay. They were brothers.



{Just for the record I'm not saying that being gay is anything to be ashamed of; I'm just saying that some people think of it that way}