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Title: I Still Kind of Love You, Who Knows?
Author: nin_nin15          
Length: drabble
Pairings: Sakumiya
Rating: PG
Genre: fluff
Summary: Where Nino pays a visit to an old flame

Sho felt his phone vibrate. A text message. Who would text him in the middle of the night, nobody knows.
               Are you free?
Sure, he’s free in the middle of the night but did he really want to go out when he’s perfectly settled on his bed, ready to go to sleep? Probably not. But it’s him, his old flame, his first love and probably his last too.
He was about to stand up and get ready when his phone vibrated once again.
                I’m outside.
Sho shot up from his bed. Was he drunk? Will he let him in? Wouldn’t it be awkward? They broke up recently, and by recently, Sho meant five days ago, and he isn’t sure if he’s ready to face him yet, which was stupid because they meet each other every day.
He opened the door and found Nino just standing there, holding a can of coffee.
                “Are you drunk?”
Nino smirked, not giving Sho a direct answer.
                “Who knows?”
He let himself in, leaving Sho in his entryway dumbstruck and flabbergasted. He stands there for a few more minutes before getting himself together, catching up to Nino who was already chilling on his couch, drinking his coffee.
                “What are you doing?”
                “Visiting you.”
                “For what?”
                “Do I really need a reason?”
Sho knew Nino wouldn’t give him a straight answer, not when he knows that he’s still kind of bitter about their break up.
                “Can I stay over?”
This caught Sho off guard.
                “What happened to your house?”
                “The heater’s broken.”
                “Yeah, right.”
He knew Nino was lying but still he found himself making his way to the cabinet where he kept the extra pillows and blankets.
                “Oh yeah, you still have some of your games here, you can play but please tone it down.”
                “You know me so well~”
                “Those two years weren’t for nothing.”
Sho set down the pillows and a comforter for Nino.
                “Here, now let me go to bed.”
Sho was waiting for a retort or a snarky comment from Nino, but there was nothing. He was about to go back to his room when he felt Nino tug on his sleeve.
                “I lied about the heater.”
                “I know.” Sho said with a gentle smile.
                “I miss you.”
As soon as those words left Nino’s lips, he was out of sight, hiding under the thick comforter. Sho was left there puzzled, staring at the lump on the couch, his jaw hanging open.
                “Nino, we need to talk.”
Sho was trying to force open Nino’s blanket fort.
                “Good night Sho, you’re early tomorrow, right?” Nino said, panic evident in his voice.
                “I’m not leaving unless you talk.”
                “I hope you’re prepared to look like a zombie tomorrow.”
                “I can sleep on the floor.”
                “Just forget about it.”
                “I can’t and I won’t.”
Nino finally emerges from his blanket fort. He was red, maybe from the warmth of the blanket fort or from embarrassment, who knows?
Sho stared at the red-faced Nino who was avoiding his gaze. In this moment, Sho realized he was stupid for letting him go.
                “Sho, can you stop looking at me like that?”
                “Like what?”
                “Like a creep.”
                “But you like it.”
Nino’s cheeks get redder. Sho inched closer to Nino’s face. Nino could feel his cheeks get warmer as he closed his eyes. A flick on the nose, it was gentle, playful and full of love, but something Nino didn’t expect.
                “Don’t expect.” Sho said as Nino looked at him with pleading eyes.
Sho stood up from his spot, smiling. Nino buried his face on the pillow.
                “I hate you, Sho-chan!”
Sho let out a loud laugh, muffled by the walls of his room.
Sho breathed out a sigh of relief as he plopped down on his bed. He was still in love with Nino and now he’s questioning why in the world he broke up with such a lovable human being. He didn’t want to rush into anything again, but he’s sure both of them still have feelings for each other.
He let himself get lost in the piles of pillows where Nino used to lie down whenever he was staying over. He hasn’t washed the sheets yet so Nino’s scent still lingers. It was faint but it was enough to lull Sho to sleep.
Nino couldn’t sleep. He had butterflies in his stomach wanting to escape, but they couldn’t. The living room was lonely, he missed Sho’s soft bed. He missed being in Sho’s arm as he sleeps. It was true, he missed Sho.
He found himself walking towards Sho’s bedroom. He opened the door and saw Sho sleeping peacefully beside a mass of pillows.
He removed each pillow slowly and carefully, not wanting to wake the man up. As soon as he’s done, he slipped in carefully, enjoying Sho’s warmth.
Sho woke up to the sight of Nino curled up against his body, slightly shivering due to the lack of thick blankets. He pulled the man into an embrace, waking him up in the process.
                “Good morning, I guess it got cold last night?” Sho asked.
Nino buried his face on Sho’s chest.
                “Let me stay like this.” Nino said, his voice muffled by Sho’s shirt.
Sho plants a kiss on his hair.
                “We have to get breakfast.”
                “Unless you have food on you, we could stay like this.”
Nino looks up and kisses Sho’s jawline.
                “You can have me for breakfast.”
Sho captures Nino’s lips with a kiss.       
                “I guess I can work with that.”
They lock lips once again, Nino smiling into the kiss.
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