Disclaimer: I do not own this anime/manga, nor the characters from it. I do not make any money from the writing of this story.
Ahead...Just a warning, within these pages you will find spoilers and ...Well... Lemon... The Anime this time is the Movie called The Weathering Continent. I do not know how many people have seen the movie, but it was good and it left me wanting to do more with it. Let me know what you think...
Cool of Day
Heat of Night
The sun poured down light and heat as a waterfall would release water to a reservoir below. The earth parched and dry gave off waves of heat made moving unbearable. Not a bush, tree or shrub lived even their trunks gone to dust blown away by a furious wind. A dry cough alerted Bois that Lakshee needed more water. He sighed thinking that she was getting weaker by the day. They had to find water soon,for not only her, but Teeye as well. Even as Bois passed the water to Lakshee, his eyes traveled over the many layered ensemble of the priest. His hood was up hiding the piles of lush golden hair that framed his beautiful face and multicolored eyes. Bois blinked then recapped the gourd after the girl handed it back, taking only a small sip.
"Here," Bois offered the gourd to Teeye.
"We do not have much left," Teeye said his voice dulcet compared to Bois' own rough tones.
"We'll find more, you're looking a bit peaked," Bois tried to make his tone kind even though he felt that his words were not. "There is a mountain down there," Bois pointed to the monolith that stood some ways in the distance. "After your drink, we will head over and rest out the heat of this day. We can find water tomorrow, there's enough to last the night." Teeye sipped the water licking his lips when a stray drop rested there. Bois looked away taking the gourd. He too sipped then sighed wishing that he had never noticed how lovely Teeye was.
Lakshee fell to her bottom at the base of the mountain with a pleased sigh. Underneath the dark shadow of the monstrous rock was cool with a wind that whistled a welcome respite from the cruel sun. Leaning her head against her pack, it was not long before she slipped into a deep slumber. Teeye, graceful in all things. Removed his hood shaking his hair free of the confines of his fine garments. He reached over pulling a light shawl from his shoulders he covered Lakshee. "Even with her hair butchered, she is still pretty. I am surprised you did not figure out her ruse before."
"But you knew," Bois mused. Teeye answered the unasked question with a small smile that bedazzled Bois. "You could have told me."
"To what purpose?" Teeye asked folding his hands neatly in his lap as he sat gazing out at the barren landscape. He remembered a time, only in his dreams, when the ground was covered in green for as far as the eye could see, water flowed with a supreme abundance. "We had just met, you and I. I was not sure of your character. Besides, it would have hurt her then to know that she was so easily seen through."
"You are kind... and beautiful," Bois said the words long before he had even thought about them. Teeye nodded his head confused at the words, then moved away to lean against the base of the mountain. Bois sighed his mind made up moments before he realized that he had even been thinking along those lines he followed Teeye. "Teeye, do you ever get..." Bois paused sitting his sword and pack down with a grunt, he dropped beside the figure that resembled a wilted flower, still beautiful despite exhaustion and near dehydration. "I don't know, I mean, well... Do you ever get frustrated?"
"All the time, it seems as if this quest is never ending. When we do find water, it is usually at a high cost to our physical and emotional equilibrium. But you mustn't let it get you down. We will find water," Teeye ended his words with a smile he hoped was convincing.
"That's not what I mean," Bois said then paused he took a closer look at Teeye then gasped as a thought occurred to him. Could it be? "Have you never lain with another?" Bois asked regretting his bluntness the instant the words left his mouth. "I guess being cloistered on a mountain for most of your life does not lead one to carnality."
"There was no provocation, or need, let alone opportunity." Teeye answered with a surprising level of aloofness. "But it is unwise to pursue this Bois. Lakshee is very young still and would it be wise to endanger her to the rigors of Pregnancy when we are never sure of when our next drink of water will be available. Plus who would be cruel enough to bring a child into these conditions?"
"Those are exactly the reasons I never even considered her." Bois softened his voice and scooted closer to Teeye. "Did the other monks truly never touch you?"
"They were all male," Teeye whispered his eyes wide and cheeks pink. Teeye focused his eyes on his hands folded neatly in his lap.
"It is possible," Bois said allowing his hand to travel over the thin knee he could feel through the many layers of light fabric. "Plus, you can't get with child, it is the perfect solution. I'll make sure you enjoy it."
"You want me... in a physical way?" Teeye blushed clear to the top of his head. His eyes darted to Lakshee. Teeye's cheeks cooled a bit when he saw that she was still sleeping soundly. "I...don't think..."
"Shh," Bois said pressing a large finger to Teeye's lips marveling at their softness even in these arid conditions. Bois moved his finger aside and replaced it with his own lips. Teeye gasped and backed away. "You don't have to answer right now. Think about it. I am so frustrated it is almost unbearable. I almost wish for someone to attack us so that I can kill 'em." Bois sighed then moved away, leaving Teeye disturbed and a little more than frightened. Leaning his head back and closing his eyes Teeye fought back tears unwilling to allow any moisture to leave his body. Teeye gasped when he heard a familiar rush of sound that he had not heard in more time than he cared to think about. Sitting up Bois grabbed for his blade when he heard the expulsion of air.
"There is no need to kill, but perhaps..." Teeye got to his feet then pressed his ear to the mountain. "Yes," He moved along the rock face with his ear still pressed against it. "Perhaps there is cause to rejoice." Teeye placed his dainty foot on a rock and slipped causing several pebbles to fall onto Lakshee. She sat up alert reaching for her sword. Bois was quick to catch the tall beauty before he could hurt himself.
"Where are you going?" Bois asked his brow furrowed as he looked at the solid rock. He turned left to see it stretch on for as far as the eye could see, right was a mirror of the same desolation.
"Water," Teeye whispered almost afraid to say the word for fear it would all vanish on a hopeful illusion.
"Water!?" Lakshee got to her feet looking around at the desert that remained of the lush continent. Lakshee's heart began to race at the thought of the end of their long journey. "Are you sure that it is water, or is it the memories of the dead that are stirring your senses?"
Teeye smiled at Lakshee then looked up. "It may as well be a memory, for all that we can get to it," Lakshee dropped to her bottom her head hung in dejection. They had come so far, so close and yet so abysmally far away from their goal.
"Maybe there is a way," Bois said pressing his ear to the mountain in much the same way that Teeye had. "If there is water here, there must be a hollow, or reservoir where it has collected. There must be tunnels. If we find a weak enough spot, perhaps I can hit it hard enough that we can get in."
Teeye beamed a bright smile at Bois while Lakshee gathered their belongings. They were quick to pack up and begin their walk along the bottom of the monstrous mountain face. Teeye walked along with his hand on the rock feeling for any change, or give. The day wore on leaving the sun far behind and still they walked strengthened by the hope of the end of their quest. "Is it a lot of water Teeye?" Lakshee asked her legs wobbling underneath her ready to give out.
"It sounds like an ocean," Teeye said hoping they would no longer be tortured to hear the refreshing, life giving water and not be blessed with it's presence. Lakshee gasped nearly falling on her bottom as she spotted the corpse leaning against a boulder pressed against the base of the mountain. The soldier stood with his weapons held in his bony fingers. His uniform hung in tatters around his skeletal frame. A few feet away stood another one. Teeye looked up and his face paled at the skeleton that sat on a boulder several feet off the ground.
"Wonder what they are guarding," Bois said seeing several more dead soldiers standing of laying along the base. "I'll go see," Bois hoisted himself up onto the boulder the first corpse was leaning against. Lakshee and Teeye both stood looking up into the darkness. Lakshee jumped back several feet as the skeleton above them came tumbling down. Teeye got to his knees by the mangled bones to say a prayer of peace for the man's lost life and now desecrated remains. With a final nod of acknowledgment Teeye got to his feet. Again he looked up and gasped to see that Bois had vanished. "I can hear it now, it is loud."
Lakshee gasped when Bois popped his head out of what appeared to be a small cave that the man was guarding. "I'm coming up," Lakshee said scrambling up the rock she reached for Bois and felt a jerk on her hand. "Move over," She said looking into the mouth of the cave.
"Wait here," Bois commanded then jumped to the ground. He landed beside Teeye. "Come on," Bois said and turned around.
"I can make it," Teeye said lowering his head.
"Why so shy?" Bois asked with a teasing glint in his smile. "You were never hesitant to accept my help before."
"Now I fear the price of your kindness," Teeye answered.
Bois was taken by surprise at his honesty, but he felt saddened at the meaning of the soft spoken words. "Teeye, if you come to me, it will not be because you owe me anything. Just as if you say no, I will not leave you to fend for yourself out here."
"Perhaps now... there will be no need," Teeye's words caused an unexpected pain to slice across Bois' heart. Bois grew confused as he aided the beauty up the mountain. This was just about his need and frustration...Wasn't it?
"I'll go in first, Lakshee, you cover the rear, keep your sword ready," Bois commanded and crawled inside followed by Teeye and last, Lakshee crawled in gasping at the tight squeeze. The air was heavy with moisture and difficult to breathe but still they pressed on crawling in tunnels that at times were so small they had to slither on their tummy. Teeye coughed when a could of dust from Bois movements fogged his lungs. His coughing fit shook some rocks loose landing on them in a rain of pebbles. "This might not be stable, but if we go back we may die of dehydration, I am going on." he said when Teeye could breathe again. The blond nodded as much as he could following Bois deeper into the mountain, Bois swore as the ground gave way beneath them dumping them down a slick slide of wet rock and what felt like grass.
Lakshee screamed as they plummeted into darkness. Teeye was slow to open his eyes and when he did he feared that he had not for there was no light to see by. Surrounding him was the sound of water and the smell made his mouth beg for a sip. Bois felt around his pockets for kindling and began a small fire by touch. "Great spirits," Teeye whispered as he gazed around. The deep, lush foliage he could see. Bois built up the flame and he too stared in wonder at what appeared to be a lake spread out before them as far as they could see water flowed. Falling from higher peaks in the mountain the water was so abundant that tears gathered and fell before Teeye could halt them. "What paradise is this?"
Lakshee whooped and ran forward with her canteen prepared to drop into the water but was caught around the waist. "What are you doing?" She demanded looking with longing at the water.
"We don't know yet that it is safe to drink, neither do we know what killed those people and everyone else here." Bois said then he turned to Teeye. "Can you test the water and listen for the dead, maybe they will tell you why no one is here and why those guards are dead."
"It does not work that way with the dead," Teeye explained. "But I can and will gladly check the water." Teeye spread his hands beginning a chant with his eyes closed he walked to the very edge of the water and dropped to his knees. Still chanting he held his hand over the water then dipped his fingers in. He shivered at the chill then brought his hands out. Bringing his fingers to his lips was answer enough that the water was safe to drink. Bois eyes traveled over the sitting monk thinking him dangerously beautiful. He watched as a drop of water lingered on those lips before the slim pink tongue darted out to steal the moisture. Lakshee shoved free from Bois hold and ran for the water drinking until she thought her tummy would burst. Filling her canteen she handed it to Teeye who drank with sedate decorum even though he drained it.
After drinking his fill, Bois sighed setting up bed rolls for Lakshee and Teeye he leaned against his pack. "You guys rest for a bit, I will look around to make sure the area is safe."
"No, I want to look for food," Lakshee said with wide yawn she tried to stand even as her eyes drooped.
"You're asleep on your feet," Teeye said kindly. The soft smile he offered her caused air to become trapped in Bois throat. He coughed and looked away fighting for control.
"I can look for edible plants and hunting game while I scout the area." Teeye watched with trepidation when Bois dropped his bedding near the mat that Teeye sat upon. Banking the fire to last, Bois left them alone after a long look at Teeye that left color bloomed in his pale cheeks. Teeye was glad that Lakshee had fallen asleep to miss his moment of acute embarrassment. What Bois wanted... Could he? Could he do it? Teeye shivered his entire body seeming to respond to his fear. Doffing his cloak he lay down on the soft blankets that Bois had left for him. Finding them softer than usual, he looked under his mat to find two more blankets. With a sigh he looked over and saw that Bois mat was smaller. Shaking his head Teeye drifted to sleep.
Bois waited in the shadows watching as Teeye discovered his gift. He had noted that man's soft skin was often bruised when they slept out on the ground. Even with his mat and blankets, the ground was too hard for him. Smiling when the gorgeous man lay back down Bois headed off pausing to un-sheath his sword in case it was needed. Walking on silent feet he came upon a small house. Ducking inside he found a bed, a stove, table and chairs. There were clothes, but otherwise no sign of life. Moving further he found what appeared to be a village. All the houses were made of wood with furniture, some larger than others, all uninhabited for some time. Wondering what happened he turned back and began to look for food on the way. Finding several plants and fruits safe for eating he gave up on meat and took his treasures back to the camp. Finding Lakshee still sleeping Bois set up his roll next to Teeye.
Hearing the movement, Teeye opened his eyes and gasped to find Bois so close to him. "You found something?" Teeye asked trying to steer the conversation before Bois could make his desires known to him again.
"There is an entire empty village, but there are no bones, nothing to suggest why they all died." Bois answered showing Teeye the fruit. "But this is all growing wild, looks like it was once cultivated her inside this mountain. I guess the sun comes in here. Somehow, light has to get through here for these to grow."
"Yes, there must be an opening near the top," Teeye said he brought the fruit to his lips and took a bite smiling at the wild sweetness. "This is wonderful."
"I'm glad I found it. After I rest a bit, I will look beyond the village and see what I can find about where everyone went. No spirits have spoken to you?"
"There are no spirits here." Teeye answered his eyes roaming their whereabouts by the light of the fire. He saw Lakshee were she slept on unaware of Bois return. "But there is water, and shelter, now it would not be detrimental to take a female to assuage your frustration."
"She is a child still," Bois said glad that Teeye had himself brought up the subject that even now nagged at him making his loins heavy with need. Teeye looked well mussed from sleep his golden locks falling around him, his mouth moist from the juice of the fruit he had eaten. "Look," Bois took Teeye's chilled hand in his own he rubbed the fingers between his hands hoping to warm them. "Even before this calamity befell the land, I was not attracted to women." Teeye gasped taking his hand away from Bois. "You are so beautiful, more so than anyone I have ever seen. But it is not just the outside, you are so kind and gentle. You tried to help those men in Asek Sistra even though they meant you harm. You made a seal hoping to appease the spirits there." Bois leaned in closer when Teeye lowered his head. "I'll be gentle."
"Bois... I...I..." Any more he could have said was lost on the pressure of Bois lips closing over his own. Teeye fought for air he opened his mouth dragging air into his starved lungs and nearly yelped in shock as Bois tongue slide alongside his own. "Bois!"
"Shh, she still sleeps," Bois said holding Teeye's hands still at his side when the smaller man would have pushed him away. "Try to be quiet," Bois said pressing Teeye into the mat he climbed on top of him. Teeye wriggled underneath him then became as still as death when he felt Bois arousal poking at him through the many layers of his robes, the blankets and Bois own clothes. "I can make you feel good," Bois promised as he yanked his blanket over them to muffle their movements while he slid under the blanket that covered Teeye, now only their clothes separated their bodies. "Don't be afraid," Bois pleaded near Teeye's ear he placed a kiss there he heard a sniffle and looked down to see tears wet on Teeye's smooth cheeks. "I wish I could back away, but I can't."
Teeye nodded knowing he could not deny Bois. If he fought him, he could end up injured or waking Lakshee. How could he explain this to her? Then he thought of all his master had told him before he descended the mountain. He was to help people, in whatever way he could. Bois was in obvious need. Teeye would help him. Bois seemed to melt on top of him so great was his relief then he was kissing Teeye seemingly every where his mouth could reach. His cheeks, his eyes, his neck and finally his mouth drinking in the other man's surrender with a desire that was so great Teeye blushed to think he had caused it.
Suddenly Bois sat up staring down at Teeye. He took in the wet, flushed cheeks and swollen lips. His wide eyes were beginning to cloud with pleasure as he responded to Bois. "How old are you?"
"I will have seen my nineteenth year this summer," Teeye answered shocked that the weight of Bois was no longer crushing him, but was strangely warming him. "What about you?"
"Twenty-seven last month," Bois answered shocking Teeye with his young age. Bois began to kiss Teeye again coaxing his mouth open with his agile tongue. "The men of my village have always been rather large, we are a warrior clan." Teeye turned red under the cover of darkness when he felt Bois shift his weight. "You feel so good," Bois reverent whisper startled Teeye. Bois pinched a small nipple through the layers of Teeye's robes eliciting a tiny yelp. "Shhh," Bois whispered thinking of Lakshee. Teeye sighed then began to whisper a chant, it rose in volume until Bois feared the mage was trying to waken the girl and halt his lovemaking.
Bois looked over startled when the chanting ended and Lakshee sighed rolling over onto her back. "She will sleep until morning." Teeye assured Bois his voice barely a whisper past the knot of fear in his throat.
"Then let's take this off," Bois said. Teeye gasped when Bois large hands began to fumble with the ties of his robes. Teeye grabbed his hands fearful for his clothing, knowing that he would be hard pressed to replace any of his fine garments in this arid desert their world had become. "Teeye?" Bois wondered if the beautiful man had changed his mind.
"I will do it," Teeye's voice quivered and he could not meet Bois eyes, but his nimble fingers soon made quick work of the ties. The robes split down the middle leaving him bare before Bois. With no hesitation, Bois pulled his shirt over his shoulders then yanked his pants off. Teeye's eyes grew rounder and larger than Bois had ever thought to see them. Wearing only his loincloth, Bois rolled his clothes and padded them under Teeye's head and hips raising him up and angling his body. "Uh... Bois," Teeye gasped his face redder when Bois again pinched a nipple his calloused hand scraping across the sensitive bit of flesh until Teeye whimpered unprepared for the pleasure such a simple action caused. Bois smiled then lowered his head. With his hands still mobile on Teeye's chest he began to kiss and suck the other man's neck. "Oh!" Teeye gasped his surprise evident when his body began to respond to Bois ministrations.
Bois felt the warmth and hardness that grew between Teeye's pale, smooth legs and he looked down with a cheeky grin. Teeye looked away his face flushed with wonder and embarrassment. Bois laugh was soft as if he still feared to wake Lakshee. With a tender smile he lowered his head to Teeye's chest and sucked his left nipple inside his hot mouth. Teeye cried out displaying no such fear of discovery. "You are so beautiful," Bois whispered the awe in his voice drugging Teeye's already overwhelmed senses. Lava coursed through his veins when Bois moved to his right nipple laving it with his tongue while his hands wandered down to Teeye's hips. All the while Bois used the hardness of his body to gently stimulate Teeye into turgid readiness. "You know what this means?" Bois asked his fingers skimming over the hardness. Bois fingers closed over the hardness and Teeye whimpered his hips bucking underneath Bois heavy weight that suddenly did not feel as if it crushed him.
"I...Oh," Teeye tried to speak but could only hide his face in the groove of Bois neck as the larger man moved his hand over him eliciting tiny cries and moans that spurred his own arousal. Soon, he told himself as Teeye began to pant. Soon, that soon was the only thing that kept his body in check so desperately did he long to plunge into Teeye's hidden depths. "Bois... What...?" Teeye grew fearful. He could no longer find the ground he lay upon, or the sky above, his mind spun in crazy circles, coherent thought was lost to him all he could feel was Bois hand upon him moving faster, squeezing tighter. Teeye cried out loudly his body strung taut as he came in a creamy flood over Bois hand and his own tummy.
Teeye collapsed against the roll and Bois clothes tears leaving his eyes as his breath slowed and his heart rate ceased its erratic rumble in his chest. "You've never done this for yourself." Bois said knowing the answer not bothering to make it a question. Teeye could not answer anyway his mind was awash in too many new sensations. Bois smiled then trailed his fingers in the still warm release he coated his finger then pushed Teeye's legs apart. "Hold still a sec, this might hurt," The mention of pain snapped Teeye into focus then he gasped clenching his hands on the muscles that bulged under Bois weight as the man kept the burden of his body off of the slender mage. "Hold still," Bois said again fingering the bud of Teeye's opening. Teeye clenched his eyes shut though his cheeks flushed a brighter red he said nothing. Bois sighed when his finger gained access. "Breathe," Bois commanded when he could not feel Teeye's chest expanding.
"Ah," Teeye expelled a gasp of pent up air. "That... is not pleasant."
"It will get better once you get used to it." Bois promised moving his finger in small thrusts inside Teeye's tight heat. "Wait for your body to adjust." Teeye nodded hoping it would adjust soon. Bois kept his movements slow his finger slipping in deeper and deeper with each movement. Teeye relaxed into the in and out movement his body no longer rejecting the invasion. In fact his hips began to raise and fall in time to Bois movements giving him more room to plunder him. Teeye whimpered then gasped in shock that the finger was starting to feel good. Bois smiled then pushed another finger in beside the first the thick digits spreading Teeye apart.
"Ah... Itai-Yo," Teeye said his breath caught on a strangled sob. He lapsed into the ancient language of the mountain as he gripped Bois arms leaving scratch marks on his skin that dripped slight spots of crimson to bear witness to Teeye's pain.
"Relax, you'll get used to it." Bois forced the words out his own restraint near reaching his limits. If he did not breach Teeye soon he feared he would go mad. "Oh, you are so wonderful, you know that?" Teeye could not answer he feared he would scream if he opened his mouth so his tucked his lip between his teeth instead only crying out a little when a third finger invaded him. Bois could not take any more. Reaching around Bois pushed Teeye's legs further apart then removed his fingers he wedged his body between Teeye's spread legs. Teeye stared in horror at Bois when the man pushed his knees up and pulled him back. Bois grimaced, but took the now cold release from Teeye's stomach to spread on his aching member knowing they would need all the moisture they could get. Bois groaned at the feel of his own fingers then, his eyes fever bright he climbed over Teeye.
"Bois... wait... I..." Teeye tried to put his terror into words but only looked helpless underneath the much larger man.
Bois wanted to promise that if it hurt too much he would stop, but that look drove him beyond madness. Closing his eyes, Bois pressed forward. Teeye began to thrash and sob under him trying to stop the pain of his entry. Bois used his large hands to hold Teeye's hips still as he pushed onward. Teeye's delicate hands were useless as he began to push against Bois broad shoulders. "Shhh... Shhhh... It's okay." Bois whispered near Teeye's ear as still he pressed his girth inside.
"No..." Teeye shook his head sobbing his bottom felt as if it were on fire. "It hurts."
"Wait, you'll adjust," Bois promised still pushing more of himself inside. He went on still til he was buried to the hilt then he opened his eyes. Teeye turned his face away from Bois kiss. Feeling the man's lips on his cheek, his ear, his neck Teeye turned around, he did like Bois kisses. Bois collapsed into Teeye's mouth accepting the mage's acquiesce. "Oh, sweet, I am all the way in, but I can't hold back. I am so sorry." Bois apologized before he pulled out. Teeye sighed thinking that it was over, but cried out in shocked pain as Bois plunged back inside. Again and again Bois body plundered his own and Teeye was lost on a sea of tears. Bois had never been encased in such hot tightness in his life and knew it would be over too soon for him. But still he drove into Teeye grunting with the effort knowing the blissful end was near. Teeye had ceased to cry out, Bois thought the mage was relaxing, without looking down he came filling him to capacity. Bois cried out glad that Lakshee was be-spelled for surely she would have awakened. If he had looked down, he was sure to note that Teeye had long since passed out.
Bois leaned his forehead against the sweat dampened one beneath him and sighed as his own body relaxed over Teeye. He felt the cream of his release leave Teeye's body to smear on his thighs. He grinned and moved aside using his loincloth to clean them both he saw Teeye relaxed in sleep. Bois was gentle as he lowered Teeye's legs and covered him with his robes. Taking his own clothes, he settled Teeye on his side then enfolded him in his blankets. Placing a tender kiss on Teeye's lips Bois went to his own blankets where he slept well for the first time in months, only wishing that he could have slept with his lover in his arms. But that would lead to much explanations when Lakshee did awake. Bois slept with a smile on his face the entire night.
To Be Continued
Author's note: I do not know if many people have even seen Weathering Continent, but if you have, let me know what you think. If you haven't seen the Anime, but still enjoyed it, let me know what you think. There is so much more that could be done with those three and the movie left it pretty much up to interpretation, so here is my interpretation. (This is the first scene of this sort that I have written all by myself, so critique and pointers are hoped for.) Trying to make sure that if there are future problems, The regular series will continue to live. Thank you all for reading.