things you said when we were the happiest we ever were
The scene was distressingly romantic. A light breeze was blowing, which meant their hair was getting ruffled in a girl’s comics style. The sun was setting, painting the sky in streaks of orange and pink.
But the worst, most gag worthy thing, was the fact that they were at the edge of the beach and his arms were wrapped around Eijun, chin hooked over his shoulders.
The beach was mostly deserted by then so Kazuya was more than comfortable with the display of affection, but still. It was the principal of the thing.
He felt the urge to say something that would rile Eijun up and ruin their placidity, but before he could Eijun turned slightly in his arms and opened his mouth.
“This is nice,” he said, smiling a little. “I’m glad we go on these trips together—I like seeing things with you.” The setting sun made Eijun’s eyes seem more golden than usual, and Kazuya’s heart clenched in his chest. That was more painful than romantic, but Kazuya didn’t want to think about that, not when Eijun was here and so warm.
Kazuya leaned in and pressed his lips to Eijun’s to get rid of that feeling, and to shut him up before he could say anything else that made Kazuya feel that strange concoction of pain and happiness that only Eijun could brew inside of him.
Before he and Eijun had gotten together, Kazuya had gotten used to carrying around heavy feelings. He’d never thought that he’d be able to share any of his burdens, never realized that true happiness could make you feel lighter than air.
“I’d go anywhere with you,” Kazuya said stupidly, embarrassingly, when they pulled apart. Eijun grinned like the sun before kissing him again.