Re: [Hall Way: Patrick & Newt]
Patrick laughed, and Newt smiled down at him in a twitch of lips as he straddled the man. He rather liked the sound. Patrick smiled often. He laughed, even, fairly often. But, he wasn't particularly carefree with regularity. It was nice to see him when he was. When his smile wasn't a smirk or a flirtatious wink, but an expression amusement or joy. Newt looked down at his boyfriend for a moment, his gaze finally stilled, like a bird on a branch, holding, holding, and he touched, just for a moment, Patrick's bottom lip. Until, of course, more pressing matters became apparent—like the cock hardening under his ass. The syrupy softness of amber gaze wasn't replaced, of course, but Newt's thoughts took on a slightly more heated timbre.
He removed his pullover in a reach. His hair, swept up as it was, always precarious and never brushed, tumbled and fell into its usual wilderness at the violent pass of fabric. Newt brushed stray fringe out of his eyes. He was pale and thin, spattered in freckles, even all over his chest, his belly. A furred line of ginger led up from his trousers to his navel. It peeked unruly from under his arms. It was sparse, but evident, on his chest. He wasn't wholly soft, either. Muscle did move beneath white skin, knitting under shoulders, down his back. It tightened in his belly as Patrick's thumb came up in a brush, and Newt looked down at him. His own hands were on Patrick's chest now, in his own too-big pullover, long fingers caught in soft, wadding fabric.
The graze of thumb over the tiny bud of nipple made Newt give a soft sigh, and, to be quite fair to him, he was already leaning in, weight on his hands, balled now in gray, to give the kiss demanded of him. And, so as not to be a git, he'd not offered one bit of smart-arsery before he kissed taunting, smirking lips.—Newt's kiss was slow-bloom. Open-mouthed, but without any tongue, at first, but finding its roots. He was sharp-jawed, but his lips on Patrick's were soft, if not entirely yielding, and he tasted rather of cinnamon.