Portrait In My Mind
Pairing: Muraki/Tsuzuki (implied, anyway)
Summary: Muraki painstakingly reproduces a portrait of a memory.
Notes: Many apologies for the repetition of the floral theme from last week. Despite that, the two drabbles are unrelated.
Muraki carried hundreds of pictures in his memory. Recent ones featured Tsuzuki; older ones didn't. Some featured Hisoka's look of horror as he'd happened upon Muraki and gotten himself cursed for his trouble. Others featured the songstress he cared so little for that her name escaped his memory entirely.
But something he'd never seen, only imagined, concerned him today. Sitting in front of an easel on a lark as his paintbrush dipped and stroked across the canvas, filling in the lines and shadows of a naked body, violet eyes barely visible through a curtain of rose petals and cherry blossoms.