3. Touya/Yukito Confession
Touya bounced up the steps of the cathiedral. He was in a hurry to see his friend. They seen each other almost everyday but he had been away on royal business. Two weeks, no contact, he was going nuts. The prince passed through the large church double doors and into the hall. He looked around and couldn't see his friend anywhere. Not in the pews. Not at the alter. Not even standing in the hall taking to a nun. There was one of the nuns walking by, so he asked politley where he could find Yukito. The religious woman told him he could find Yukito in the confessional. It was his turn on confession duty. Touya thanked her for the help and sought out the confessions booth.
Yukito had been living in the church for close to 15 years. The head of the church had taken him in those some years ago when Yukito was found on the steps, sitting alone in the rain. He was just a kid at the time. The attic became his living space, and he grew up under the care of a couple of nuns. He was greatful. To repay the church head for his kindness, Yukito became a preist. It was not what he really wanted to do but if one good thing came of it, it allowed him to be close to Prince Touya. If he chose to go find work outside the church his ties with Touya would be cut off. At least here he had the prince, though if anyone found out about their true relationship there would be hell to pay. Since the royal family visited lots Yukito grew up with Touya. They were the best of friends and eventually became lovers. It was their secret.
The preist was pulled out of thoughts when he heard a light knock at the door. Readjusting his glasses, he opened it to his surprise.
"Touya!?" Said man squeezed past his shocked partner and closed the door quickley behind himself. Yukito inquired again, "What are you doing in here?" The intruder shushed him, placing a finger to the confused mans lips. He didn't head the warning. "You can't be in here. What if someone enters the other side." The blonde was referring to the empty side of the confessional.
"I took care of that, no need to worry." Touya finally answered. It was in fact taken care of. The door to the other side had been locked from the inside by Touya to prevent unwanted guests. He had done this just before sneaking into Yukito's side.
"Okay. Can you tell me why you are in here...with me?" Again he didn't receive a reply. The brunette royal just lifted his preists chin into a kiss. It was short but sweet. Touya pulled away from the liplock and leaned in close to the now blushing blonde.
"Forgive me for I have sinned." Rang in Yukito's ear. His body grew hot.
Going along with Touya, he responded in the way had with many other church patreons. "And what is your sin my child?"
The highborn man grinned. In the small room he pinned Yukito against the wall. One of his knees was fitted nicley between his friends legs. A hand was slowly raising the heavy religious robes, the other was nested in the small of Yukito's back. Pecking kisses along the bare skin of the neck and collar bone of his capture, he replied in a low whisper. "I have been having unchaiste thoughts of a beautiful and holy man."
"Oh." Yukito laced his fingers into Touya's dark locks. "What is in these thoughts?"
The next words came between kisses. "I can't stop thinking about the sweet taste of his lips, or the feel of his porcalien skin." Right then the robes he was lifting had reached a satisfying height. The fingers that were raising them were now caressing the preists inner thigh. Yukito's breath caught. "And the sound of his angelic voice."
"Do you find yourself...enjoying these thoughts?" Yukito said through labored breathing.
"Mm-hmmm." A pause. Yukito could feel Touya's hand around his backside. The prince hoisted up his lover, wrapping his legs around his waist. They could feel each others arousal now. "May I confess something else?"
"I don't intend to stop them." Each looked deep into the others dialated eyes. Yukito would have kissed him right there, but before he could give in, he whispered back some last words.
"You are forgiven."