Word count: 286
Summary: I’m sad, so here’s a short little piece of platonic Moxiety (if you want it can be romantic. That’s how I view it) fluff for you. Also, I’m on mobile so here’s to not being able to format correctly! Also, can’t do the tag list of the one person on it, so sorry about that friend.
“Have you ever wondered what it would be like, out there?” Virgil asked, breaking a silence that had been formed while he and Patton were staring up at the stars. The power had gone out all around their area, and the sky looked as beautiful as ever, glistening freely without the troubling light pollution.
“Well sometimes, but I tend not to dwell on things like that.” Patton shrugged, playing with the mop of Virgil’s hair. He was laying comfortably on Patton’s lap, with his body laying across the summer grass.
Virgil sighed in content, for once feeling completely relaxed. Out here, though they were just in their backyard, and cars were passing by just on the other side of the fence, he felt okay. The sky made him feel okay.
“It’s just seems so peaceful… and mysterious… you know? Like I could go there… and no one would judge me- no one could think of me as a nuisance. I’d be the only person… drifting peacefully in a world surrounded by stars,” Virgil rambled, his eyes transfixed on a certain set of stars, which he thought was probably a constellation, but didn’t really know of what kind.
“I hate to break it to you, but you do realize that’s not possible, right? And you’re not a nuisance, you’re Virgil. Wonderful, mysterious Virgil,” Patton said, looking up at the stars as well.
The stars twinkled, glistening and dancing for a world they didn’t even know existed.
Suddenly, a comet flew passed, staying lit for a couple seconds before going out again.
“Did you see that Verge?!” Patton asked. “Make a wish!”
“Thanks Patton,” Virgil thought. “But I think I’m happy with what I have right now.”