Zusex purred into the kiss, grinding on him, nipping the others lower lip.
(Cntinued on chat)
Licht stared up at the sky blankly, his attention in a particular cloud as he absentmindedly wrapped an arm around Delilah, his dual coloured eyes seemed dull. He released a soft sigh and closed his eyes, still facing the sky and ignoring as his blonde hair fell over his pale face rather messily.
He lifted his free hand, his elongated fingers gently tugging at the bandages that wrapped his neck slightly, he opened his eyes a bit and looked at a group of birds flying by, still tugging on the object silently. He glanced over at Delilah, his expression remained blank and his eyes dull.
Korbin stared at the wolf, a faint blush on his cheeks as he frowned softly, puffing out his cheeks and closing his eyes while he sprawled out in the roof. "If you don't want to get off then at least reply, why did you do this in the first place, huh Azri?" He reopened his eyes, glancing at the lupus.
He reached his hands out, gently playing with the creature's ears, his eyes glinting slightly and a childish smile on his face. He giggled quietly, still looking at the wolf and sticking his tongue out.
Alois sat criss-cross style beside Axel, tilting his head slightly to a side and yawning softly. He closed his eyes, taking his glasses off and carefully placing them somewhere near him. He reopened his eyes and brushed some of his dark brown hair away from his face, his lilac gaze resting calmly on the red head beside him as he thought.
"Well, I don't really have anything to talk about, so is it okay if I... uhm... ask you things...?" He played with his fingers nervously, a soft blush on his cheeks from the embarrassment and his gaze fixed on the ground. He fixed his white scarf, drawing his knees closer to himself.
"Ask away, love." He turned and looked down at him, his grin never leaving his face.
Alois' blush grew several shades darker at the nickname, he nodded and glanced over at the male, trying to hold back a smile. He thought for some seconds, his light lilac gaze resting on Axel as he murmured, "Have you ever been into a relationship? Well, I suppose yes but.. uh... you know..." he stuttered, glancing back at his hands.
He wrapped the scarf tighter, releasing a soft breath and closing his eyes, the blush refusing to leave his face as he reopened them, gazing at the red head silently, wrapping his arms around himself and allowing his fingers to grip tightly on the fabric of the sweater he was wearing.
Delilah looked at him and sighed, moving away and sitting up again. "Come on it's getting late, you should go home by now..." she said softly.
Axel shrugged. "Yeah, I've dated a few guys..they all left pretty soon, though. Apparently I only attract cheaters." His eyes darkened, but only for a moment. "What else do you want to know?" He pushed the hair out of his face, yawning.
Licht blinked, completely lost in thought as he looked up at the sky. He snapped out of his thoughtful state when he heard Delilah's voice. He nodded softly and got up from the bench they were both sitting at. He shoved his hands into the pockets of his jacket and looked around, his dual coloured gaze fixing vaguely on Delilah.
He shook his head gently, rubbing his eyes with the sleeves of his jacket and releasing a soft sigh. "Alright, I'll let you in your house, let's go." He reached his hand out for the girl to hold, a smile on his face yet his eyes seemed dull, not showing the usual emotion behind them.
Alois blinked at Axel's comment, glancing down at the ground and staying quiet for a moment, his lilac gaze rested on his glasses for a moment, his dark brown hair falling slightly over his pale face as he sighed, murmuring something incoherently to himself.
The brunette slowly lifted his head, looking at the red head and wrapping his arms around him, a dark blush from the embarrassment spreading across his cheeks as his fingers gripped the other's clothing rather tightly, "I-I wou-would never c-cheat on y-you, not even if we w-were friends o-or something e-else..." he muttered quietly, feeling tears forming in his eyes and quickly rubbing his eyes with the sleeves of his sweater, wiping the tears off and still hugging the male, knowing that he was a bother. But he didn't want to leave Axel alone, he wanted to be there for the male. He allowed the grip on the other's clothing to loosen up a bit, lowering his head and murmuring, "I-I'm sorry about that..." he released the male from the hug, his gaze fixed in the ground once more. He ignored the fact that he was still close to the male, his eyes half lidded and his cheeks a dark red from the embarrassment.
Axel froze when Alois hugged him, and just stared down at him. "No reason to be sorry, love. Hugs are fun!" He wrapped an arm around him and pulled him into another, tighter hug, resting his chin on Alois's head lightly. "And I think it's very sweet that you would stick with me."
Alois blushed softly at the male's words only for it to darken as he was pulled into another hug. He hesitated for a second before wrapping his arms around the male, closing his eyes and releasing a soft sigh. He opened his eyes a bit and spoke quietly, his gaze resting on the ground.
He opened his mouth to reply but no words came out, he closed it once more and simply kept hugging the taller male, a faint smile on his face. He leaned into the male slightly, resulting in both of them falling onto the ground, Alois' body practically sprawled on top of Axel, the brunette was aware of the position he was in but he didn't move, his cheeks burning a dark red from the embarrassment and his lilac gaze resting on the ground.
Axel laughed and shifted so he was more comfortably laying on the ground, wrapping his arms around Alois's waist and holding him there. "You know, if you wanted to be like that, you could've just said so."