Title: On A Picnic
By: Bridget McKennitt
Word Count: 200 (100x2)
Prompt: sakura trees
Contains: No warnings in as far I know that can't be extrapolated from the header itself.
Disclaimer: Okane ga Nai is owned by other companies. They are used here without permission, and for entertainment purposes only. No challenge or infringement upon the copyright is intended, nor should any be inferred. Written for Chromatic Vision's drabblethon.
Kanou held Ayase against his side as they walked through the park. Sakura blossoms swirled around them and Ayase lifted his hand to try and catch a few.
"Kanou-san, this place is beautiful. Let's set up our picnic there."
Ayase ran ahead to set up their blanket and picnic basket. Kanou watched him go and smiled as Ayase started pulling out the food he'd cooked for their outing. Kanou sat down and pulled Ayase against his chest.
Ayase laughed and fed Kanou a grape. He couldn't help but nip at Ayase's fingers whenever his fingers got too close.
Once his hunger was sated, another hunger grew. There was barely anyone in the park and he was powerful enough that no one would stop him. Kanou tilted Ayase's head upward so he could kiss him. He rolled them so Ayase was on his back, not stopping to break their kiss.
They'd been doing this long enough that Ayase didn't struggle against him and actively participated, though he still thought two men together was strange. And when Kanou slid inside him, Ayase screamed out his delight.
Ayase came, but Kanou wasn't done yet. They were far from over.