winds-shadow asked: soll/march!eridan or vriska/terezi (redrom for either please?) <3
When Vriskas kisses your lips, she’s soft. Softer than the night breeze, softer than the stream of water falling down the faucet, softer than the brush of the petal of a rose.
Softer than Vriska.
It feels unusual, and you hesitate for about a second. She notices it, and pushes you back with her lips, holding your shoulders on a tight grip. You push her back, groaning both with annoyance and need.
It’s weird. It feels weird, how gentle she’s being with you, how you feel her grip on your bones as rough as you thought that her kiss would feel like. It’s weird when you two open your mouths at the same time, in a wonderful synchrony, how you feel her moaning inside your mouth, how she seems overly aware of her fangs and seems careful to not scrape your tongue.
It’s weird and it’s wonderful. It feels wrong and it feels right all the same. You furrow your brows, both in deep thought and concentration, and you lean over her, presses your bodies together, clasps one hand on the middle of her back and the other on her left thigh. She slides one of her hands in your hair, tangling her fingers in your short black bangs, the other one resting at your waist, pulling you closer still. She deepens the kiss, and it all becomes one slobbery mess of tongues and saliva and blood because now there’s no way you can avoid prickling your lips at her dagger sharp teeth.
“Pyrope…” she whispers, and oh god this is just too much to take. Without your sight, you can’t see the expression she’s pulling, but you can taste her blush with your mouth, feel the curves of her body with your palms, smell all the nervousness and the heat and the need she’s feeling right now like an exotic and colorful perfume.
And you remember she was the one who blinded you in the first place.
Instead of becoming furious about it, you kiss her even harder, because if you weren’t blind, you wouldn’t be able to see things like you do.
The fact that you became blind just like your lusus was faith’s doing, not Vriska.
If it wasn’t Vriska, you would still be blind by now through some other shenanigan life would definitely pull at you. You just know that.
And you love the fact that she was the one to do it in the end.