Genre: Bandfic, everyday, fluff
Chapters: Oneshot, drabble
Band: alice nine.
Resume: Shou and Saga catching the last tube, enjoying a moment together.
Disclaimer: I do not own alice nine. or the members of the group, they belong to themselves. I also don't get any money out of this and it's all imagination.
Comments: Yay, I finished a fic! *pats herself on the back*. I should write down my other ideas too, but at least this is something on the way. Thanks to kill_my_sorrow as she requested a metro-scene, hope it will do x).
Saga easily flew over the underground's locking device. Nimbly landing on his feet on the other side of the catch, he turned to watch Shou ungracefully climb over the device that was meant to stop them from riding the metro for free.
But it didn't stop them. They hadn't seen any ticket-collector's nearby and the last tube was about to leave in a few minutes. Didn't care about the cameras that were placed above their heads, the, in their tipsy minds at least, rebellious behaviour made them giggle all the way down the escalator that led them to the underground station.
In comparison of how crowded the station's were during Tokyo's rush hours the place were empty. Small hopes of people waiting together to get home and crawl under warm blankets. Talking quiet, in whispers as their secret and drunken words otherwise might echo in the manmade space under earth.
Here and there stood lonely salary-men, holding tightly to their briefcases, they tired faces longing to get home, to dip their heads into their children bedroom's before withdrawing to their cold bed.
Still giggling Saga and Shou passed one of the men, the younger of them mumbling an apology as he thought they had walked to close to him, following the lead of the slightly taller man as he walked nearer the end of the station, wishing to be as far from the rest of people as possible.
Shou stopped, the last giggle transforming to a happy sigh. Those big brown eyes watching Saga made the bassist to scratch his neck, giving the vocalist a smile as Shou flashed him one of his dazzling smiles.
They remained silent as they waited for the train to come. Shoulder against shoulder, Saga had his arms loosely crossed over his chest, Shou's fingers digging in his jeans' pockets, one of the feet tapping restlessly against the floor.
Saga had to smile at the other's impatience, the sudden flash of teeth made Shou to quirk an eyebrow at him but Saga just lightly shook his head. Touching Shou's elbow as the train made itself heard in the distance, making both of them to step forward on the platform, the instinct to quickly get on to be able to get seats still in their spines even tough there were no competition for the seats this late a Thursday night.
"I'm sleepy," Shou commented as soon as they had sunk into the seats, making a big yawn as to prove the state he was in.
Knee touching knee, lightly smashing together as the train trembled here and there on its delimited way.
"I know", Saga answered; Shou was tired most days. Relaxing his shoulders as he felt a head softly leaning against it. Letting a small sigh escape his lips as Shou's fingers stretched out to play with one of Saga's soft, brown curls.
So was the train ride spend in silence also; Shou halfasleeply playing with Saga's hair, Saga enjoying the warmth the vocalist's leaning body provided him. Both of their gazes lost in another world, both of them reluctantly raising from their seats as the tube stopped at their station.
Neither of them caring how it might looked to the other passengers when they walked closely, arm in arm, nuzzling at the body heat that warmed them in the autumn's chilly night.
Because it was Thursday night,
and they were rebellious.