Liralen Li (liralen) wrote,
Liralen Li
liralen

Drabble: Sunrise

Requester: theodosa
Fandom: Bleach
Characters: Jyuushiro Byakuya
Prompt: Role Models
as per this post

Tea steamed gently in Jyuushiro's hands. He lifted it to sip, and the green grass scent of it filled his nose even as the gentle acridity and bitterness filled his mouth.

Byakuya cradled a red pine fired Bizen teacup in his slender hands, the rough textures a pleasing contrast against the white silk of his skin.

They both sipped their tea and watched the sunrise in companionable silence. When reveille sounded, they both rose with empty cups.

Byakuya bowed. "Thank you for this morning's instruction, senpai."

Jyuushiro bowed back, "I have enjoyed your companionship. Thank you."

Byakuya smiled and left.

Tags: bleach, drabble, fanfic, ukitake
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