Title: Kiss the Flame
Author: Mackenzie
E-Mail: ouiser@iland.net
Rating: NC-17
Category or Pairing: ?/?; Slash
Summary: "Did you just call me 'love'?"
Spoilers: None
Archive (if applicable): Soon it'll be at http://www.geocities.com/sixteen00_penn_ave
Disclaimer: I don't own 'em, don't claim to own 'em, don't sue.
Author's Notes: Props to Jewel.

Kiss the Flame by Mackenzie

~Please love let's make no impartial vow
Let all fall away
That's not crucial
I want a brave love, one that makes me weak in the knees
I want a crazy, crazy love,
One that makes me come undone at the seams~

Orgasmic sighs and love soaked moans bounced off the walls and echoed throughout the apartment. They were quiet lovers, although the younger one had the tendency to get a little loud in his eternal quest to please the one great love of his life.

The older man had his back pressed against the wall, his shirt haphazardly unbuttoned, while the younger man was on his knees, his hands pressed firmly against his partner's hips, his tongue dancing close to his partner's erection.

The older man squeezed his eyes shut as tight as he could get them, his hands roaming the thick head of hair on his young lover's head as his lover brought him soaring to incredible heights.

~'Cause I'm tired of all these pilgrims, these puritans, these thieves Of all these unbelievers who whittle love down at the knees Let these swift roads destroy themselves Let the world fall into it's sleep For we shall be spared We shall be left standing To face what's left of concrete and honey~

"Sam. . ."

It was one word that was spoken through clenched teeth and a hollow throat. One word that can be meant in a plethora of different meanings. One word that can be drenched in frustration and stress, one word that can be soaked with anger and exhaustion, and one word that can be oozing love, devotion, honor and fidelity.

Sam's tongue continued it's merry journey around the older man's erection, his fiery tip teasing the man's head.

Finally having enough, the older man gripped the younger man's shoulders and brought him up to him and crashed into his mouth, kissing him deeper than he 's ever kissed anyone-man or woman-before.

~Kiss the flame Let's run with the hunted, the untamed Kiss the flame Embrace the faceless, the unnamed Kiss the flame~

Sam felt he was going to choke from having the older man's tongue shoved so far down into this throat. He slowly brought his mouth away from his companion's and nuzzled the side of his face against the man's stiff beard, "Let's move to the bedroom. . ."

The man nodded. At work, he was the boss, but at home, his lover was the boss.

~There are nightmares on the sidewalks There are jokes on TV There are people selling thoughtlessness With such casualty But where for art thou Romeo Where have all the brave men gone Show me one man who knows his own heart To him I shall belong~

Sam lead his older lover-his partner at work and in life-into the bedroom and watched as he went over to the bed. He wasn't considered traditionally attractive, not by society's tastes, but to Sam, there was no one who possessed such attractiveness as his lover.


Toby looked up at his younger lover, his eyes soft and sparkling.

"I love you."

Toby flashed him a rare smile, one that Sam was sure that packed enough wattage and voltage to light a blacked out village. "I love you, too."

Sam walked over to the bed and laid down next to him, he took his hand and planted kisses on the pads of his fingers. "Let's go to sleep, love."

Toby nodded and they both found their way into each other's arms. After several minutes of quietness, Toby's eyes snapped open.


Sam's reply was a grunt.

"Did you just call me 'love'?"



"Because I love you. And that's what I'm going to call you when we are alone."

Toby nodded and drifted to sleep, a smile on his face.

~Kiss the flame
Let's run with the hunted, the untamed
Kiss the flame
Embrace the faceless, the unnamed
Kiss the flame Kiss the flame
Kiss the flame
Please, love, let's make no impartial vow

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