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Three steps toward living.
“Morning — ” Yuuri says as he enters the room, and stops in his tracks.
“Morning, Yuuri!” Viktor says as he turns from the stove, long-haired, slim-hipped, and beaming. He is inescapably teenaged.
“...I'm going back to bed,” Yuuri says, and turns right around and retreats.
[Viktor wakes up in his sixteen-year-old body; Yuuri comes to the rescue.]
The Silver Prince and the Knight
For Yuuri, this week has been an exercise in compartmentalization, sifting the past from the present. He can see Viktor through eyes both twelve and twenty-four: the giddy flash of remembered worship flaring up in his chest when he sees Viktor skate with his hair streaming behind him like a banner; the realization crystallizing in his mind of how much there was — there is — hiding behind the bright smile Viktor shares freely. Similarly, to look at Viktor is to see one age laid over the other: this sixteen year old who is unfamiliar to him, except when he isn’t.
It’s Alexander’s birthday.
This is both a true fact as well as the only explanation Alexander can think of for how he gets to be here, comfortably sandwiched between both Aaron and Eliza while they kiss the life out of him in what Alexander can only assume is a campaign to make him forget his own name.
Half-asleep suggestions notwithstanding, this is not how Alexander expected his day to go when he woke up this morning.
- Part 2 of eliza/hamilton/burr