|yonmei (yonmei) wrote in 80sficpicalooza,|
@ 2008-05-03 08:39:00
|Entry tags:||^star wars, author: yonmei, may 3|
Winning without words, Star Wars (Lando/Han)
Title: Winning without words
Rating: Adult. Very definitely for grown-ups only.
Warnings: Well, if you don't want to be spoiled for Empire Strikes Back, you ...probably shouldn't be on the Internet.
Word count: 260
Summary: Lando and Han play games without words.
A/N: ...No, I think there's nothing I can say. (Footnote.)
Winning without words
Lando’s blaster pistol filled Han’s mouth. He knelt with his hands behind his back, wrists together, not tied, of course not tied: if you want simple bondage games, go ask your wookie to play.
His mouth was full of metal: his jaw forced open by the width of the lethal shaft. The trigger was out of sight: Han could not see whether Lando’s fingers were on it. The slow penetration of his mouth by the gun was accomplished: Han was plugged and wide-open, whored to a weapon that could penetrate armour.
Lando did not speak. Words were not part of this. He changed the angle of the gun a little, bringing Han’s head further up, and fucked him a little deeper with the barrel, his face intent and not quite smiling. Han’s legs were spread for him, his mouth open to death, and his hands clutching at his own wrists, bruising-hard sometimes in the effort to stay where he wanted to be: bound and filled and close, so close to blasting.
A game without winners or losers, Han had thought: when he thought about Lando at all, when Lando wasn’t there. Living with a wookie, you got to understand that there were some things words were useless for, and this was surely one of them: Lando’s need met Han’s need, and each fulfilled the other’s. No words.
No words for what Lando had done. Han’s whole body was held, beyond bondage, beyond a wookie’s rescue. His mouth and eyes were full of metal.
The prompt was: Star Wars, Lando/Han: gunsucking - One game he can't lose.
A/FN: I'd always assumed carbonite was a metal, and wrote this little squib accordingly, but when I did some brief research, I found apparently if carbonite were a metal it would pretty much have to be an alloy of carbon dioxide, which is probably impossible. It is an ionic compound, but it is probably a mineral rather than a metal. Not that I think Han cares.