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Monkey King Essay

880 words - 4 pages

It was nearing nine that night and the party was still underway. Now the place were in a multitude of colors. Bright green, red, yellow, blue lit up the area. No one has gone home yet. Those that were tired went into large tents that had comfortable couches and lounges to rest on.

However, the main couple was missing and only a few noticed.

“Hmm, I certainly hope Atobe enjoys his present.” Fuji smiled wickedly, nibbling on a stick of dango while sitting back on the couch next to Tezuka.

Yukimura raised a brow over at him. “Oh?”

That wicked smile widened,and he leaned over to whisper in Yukimura's ear, whose eyes had widened briefly and a blush appeared on his cheeks, before he too grinned. Wickedly. Sanada, reclining in one of the chairs, jerked up in alert at that.

“Oh yes, Atobe is certainly very lucky. I wonder if Genichirou would want something like that too,” he commented, a lustful look in his eyes as he glanced at Sanada, who was now looking like a deer caught in headlights.

Fuji once again grinned, white teeth gleaming, a look of pure satisfaction on his face. “Kunimitsu did, didn't you, love?”

Tezuka lips curved. Oh yes he did.


At an expensive hotel, in a large lavish room, sitting on a large king size bed was Keigo, hair still wet from the shower he took. Alone. He did not want to take a shower alone. He wanted to take it with Ryoma and do naughty things while taking a shower with Ryoma. However, Ryoma was insistent that they showered separately.

Keigo fingered the sheet beneath him and wondered if this was an after effect because of what happened to Ryoma. He gripped the sheet now. Maybe it was too soon for them to be intimate in that way? He looked up at the sound of the bathroom door opening...

His breath hitched, his mouth went dry and the blood rushed from his head to his nether regions, his cock standing to attention at the sight.

Ryoma was wearing a dark green kimono – a kimono for females - with golden leaves embroidered from shoulder to hem, the mix of colors accentuating Ryoma's dark hair, which was combed back and held in place with an ornate hair comb. He held a decorated fan open to conceal the lower half of his face, only his eyes were showing. Eyes that were further enhanced with dark kohl eyeliner and soft green eyeshadow over both lids.

Tied at the waist with an obi in the same golden colors as the leaves. Even tied at the waist, the kimono was falling off the left shoulder, giving Ryoma a very seductive...

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