[ti]Private[/ti]The feelings get lost in my lungs Feb 25, 2020 18:35:54 GMT
Post by Be'khatsa on Feb 25, 2020 18:35:54 GMT
The great panther listened, flickering a small grin her way at the growls and grumbles that left her throat at his nearness. His incessant need to have her attention would never waiver and probably much to her chagrin. "Mmm" He offered in response to her words, remembering his own brief relationship with his own father. It had been his mother that had raised he and his sisters, burnished them into the killing machines they had become. Polished her pups into a power most unassuming and completely lethal. As for his masters, he was only sad he hadn't gotten a taste of their blood before being shipped off.
"One question..." He chewed his cheeks, a small nuance he often did when in deep ponderance. He tasted the challenge, rolling it around on his tongue as he gave it great consideration. Despite his knack for being the oaf, Be'khatsa was genuinely thoughtful. "I suppose just one is fine for now, after all I have a lifetime to satisfy my curiosities of you." He laid his hulking skull across his toes, wiggling them as he pondered some great question to pose to his empress. The greatest of his thoughts finally splashed across his mind, a simple but powerful question he had yet seen posed to her outside of tragedy.
Be'khatsa rolled to his back, white tipped paws flashing in the air as coffee brown eyes gazed at her affectionately. "How.. are you Karma? " A simple but genuine question one motivated with concern and sincere curiosity. He stripped her of the normal titles he would generally endear her with, swapping it for the tender and friendly use of her name. He wanted the question to be has authentic as possible, a query that came from the depths of his soul and his desire for her well being. The sun sparkled on his dark pelt highlighting his onyx hues and thickly corded mountains of puckered scar tissue. For something made so ugly by cruelty, he had his moments of handsome. But staring at her, even the sunset in all its beauty did nothing to compare to hers.
tags- Silvy Karma