Deviant Login Shop  Join deviantART for FREE Take the Tour
×

:iconrs-kyra: More from RS-Kyra


More from deviantART



Details

Submitted on
July 18, 2010
File Size
6.8 KB
Link
Thumb

Stats

Views
724
Favourites
29 (who?)
Comments
37
Downloads
2
×
Ivan gazed absentmindedly at the wood of the table, polished to a pristine quality, as was commonplace in Arthur's old palace. He could see his reflection, his own violet eyes staring almost eerily back through the glazed brown surface. They were void of feeling.

Of course, the entire U.N had made an enormous fuss over Alfred's injuries, mostly due to shock. It was a truly rare thing when Alfred Jones entered a meeting covered in bandages and bruises, after all. This particular meeting had accomplished absolutely nothing, as Arthur was too busy grilling his younger brother as to the circumstances of his wounds with a chorus of Francis, Yao, Toris, and a very quiet Matthew, while Kiku dazedly examined the American for himself, eventually producing several antibiotics and pain medications from seemingly oblivion. The others, including Ludwig and Roderich, discussed quietly amongst themselves, eyeing Alfred's body and trying to deduce what manner of weapon had broken it. This lasted for all seven scheduled hours of the gathering, and when the clock finally chimed in at eight-thirty in the evening, they'd reluctantly stood to leave.

Now, the room was empty save for himself, Alfred, Arthur, and Kiku, both of the latter offering profusely to accompany Alfred home and spend the night, Arthur more forcibly so; Alfred's trademark, his cheerful grin, never left his face as he denied them both, insisting he was alright.

Of course he was alright. Alfred had sustained those injuries two weeks ago, he just wasn't supposed to remove the wrappings for another week. Ivan would know that, since he'd been there only moments after the attack occurred.

Finally, Kiku stood to leave, wishing Alfred a safe trip and reminding him to call if anything was needed. Arthur followed shortly afterward, reprimanding the American for being so stubborn and telling him not to die on his way home. Now the large banquet room was empty of anyone except Alfred and himself, exactly as he wanted.

Alfred spoke first.

"You never told me, you know."

Ivan lifted his gaze from the table, meeting the burning blue of the younger man's eyes. He'd always loved Alfred's eyes, as they unsettled him more than anything else.

"Told you what, da?"

He tried to act cheerfully oblivious, as always, but even before he spoke he knew Alfred would have none of it. His expression was too serious, too out of the norm. It was becoming more unsettling than his eyes.

"Why you rescued me, when you found me after this…" he gestured to the bandage around his forehead, "…happened. I was bloody and half-conscious. I couldn't move; I was completely helpless. Isn't it your trademark to overpower countries in that state and make them a part of you?"

"That it is."

He answered slowly, his eyes narrowing and his small smile growing sinister.

"So why did you save my life and let me go? You would've enslaved anyone else."

"Indeed, you're right. Considering both my record and my temperament, I really should have made you join with me. It seems that I went against my own soul, doesn't it?"

"Hell yes it does!"

At this, Ivan stood and walked briskly toward the American, backing him up against the wall. He placed his hand on the wall near the side of Alfred's head and leaned on it, dipping his face closer toward Alfred's. He chuckled quietly as Alfred flinched; easily from feeling the Russian's cool breathe on his skin.

"Do you truly wish to know why I saved you, da? You think you can handle my reasoning? Well, here it is…"

He leaned almost impossibly close, positioning his lips just millimeters from the American's ear, their skin brushing against it as they moved.

"I've been waiting far too long for someone like you."

He heard Alfred's breath hitch in his throat, and pulled away slightly to see his face. It was shocked and puzzled-looking; a typical response he had been expecting.

"You became strong quickly, a large nation that became independent through violence and continued to live in violence. You always try to be kind and helpful to others, but you cause great pain and destruction for almost everyone you ally yourself with or fight against. You probably don't notice it, but you intimidate many of the men and women who met in this room today…exactly like I do."

Alfred paled at these last words and attempted to stutter something out, but a gloved finger to his lips silenced him.

"It is cruel to say this," Ivan continued, "but I do truly wish for you to break, just like I did. To break in here," he poked Alfred's forehead with the silencing finger, "and snap the boundary to delirium, exactly like me all those centuries ago. So you must understand that I couldn't possibly let you die so soon."

Alfred's face was no longer scared; he looked accusatory, his breathing becoming ragged in his attempt to calm himself and look strong. Still, not a word left his lips.

"Someday, I hope it happens, so we can stand as true equals in a place all alone, and perhaps…" he leaned forward, matching their lips in a mirrorlike stance, "…something miraculous will happen."

He leaned another centimeter closer and closed his eyes.

"WHAT IN GOD'S NAME…?!"

He heard a shout to the right of him, and Alfred pushed him away roughly, sending him backing into the table. Arthur stood in the doorway; face beat red and fuming furiously. He marched over to the two and stood protectively in front of the American, who seemed to be in a daze.

"For bloody's sake, Ivan!" he shouted, "I always knew you to take advantage of the weak, but to go after a man who's practically your equal?! That's pushing it, you bastard!"

"Practically my equal, but not yet," he replied under his breath, straightening himself. Utterly calm, he walked toward the exit, feeling eyes on him; a befuddled blue pair and an infuriated green pair, to be exact.

"Please be safe on your way home, da!" he called back to Alfred, slipping back into his childish personality, "and don't forget what I told you!"

And he was gone.

"That sick old…ugh! Well, I'm not letting you take yourself home. Let's go, Alfred."

Arthur tugged his ally's jacket sleeve and began to walk out the doors. Alfred followed, his mind trapped in a haze, hearing echoes of Ivan's words.

"…so we can stand as true equals in a place all alone…something miraculous will happen…"

He felt the heat rush to his face, and he hurried forward so that he was in front of Arthur and half-ran from the meeting hall.
Yay! My first RussiAmerica! They're definitely one of my top pairings :D :iconyayrussiaplz::heart::iconyayamericaplz:

Also this guy ---> :iconyayenglandplz:

So...yeah. C/C is appreciated, but if you don't support this pairing, I don't really care and don't wanna hear it :D

I'd originally planned to write an AmeriPan but THIS popped into my brain and I just couldn't ignore it.
Add a Comment:
 
:iconkimikohiei:
kimikohiei Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2010
:3
Reply
:iconrs-kyra:
RS-Kyra Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2010  Student Photographer
Thanks :meow:
Reply
:iconkimikohiei:
kimikohiei Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2010
Welcome!
:3
Reply
:iconnamine-yaoilover:
Namine-YaoiLover Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2010
<333333333333
Reply
:iconrs-kyra:
RS-Kyra Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2010  Student Photographer
Thanks Namine!
Reply
:iconnadiayar:
NadiaYar Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2010
Alfred should tell him, "But Russia, I am already dangerous, I am already your equal as I am. If I went mad, I would become like a mad dog, I would just tear your apart. Do you really want it?"

Good story btw.
Reply
:iconrs-kyra:
RS-Kyra Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2010  Student Photographer
Pffft, that'd be an entirely different story though. If Alfred was aware of how dangerous he actually is, what kind of personality d'ya think he'd have now?

Thanks.
Reply
:iconnadiayar:
NadiaYar Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2010
I think he'd behave exactly the same he does now. Himaruya once stated that Alfred "can read the atmosphere but chooses not to". There must be a lot of things he chooses to ignore, or to pretend to ignore. He is quite wise to himself, I think.
Reply
:iconrs-kyra:
RS-Kyra Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2010  Student Photographer
Hmm, really? I should start reading more interviews. I'll remember that next time I write something about him, and I do agree with you about his being wise. However, I like the direction I took my story in and I'm not apt to change it ^^;
Reply
:iconhottiealert123:
hottiealert123 Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2010  Hobbyist Writer
cute
Reply
Add a Comment: