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Title: Tsuzuki
Fandom: Yami No Matsuei
Characters: Touda, Tsuzuki
Prompt: 084. He.
Word Count: 257.
Rating: G
Summary: Touda wondering why Tsuzuki accepts him just the way he is.
Author's Notes: This is a lot shorter than it probably should be, but there is a lot to say about the relationship between those two that Touda doesn't understand.

Tsuzuki was the center of Touda's world. It was Touda who'd made him that. He hadn't had to. Unlike other masters Touda had known Tsuzuki didn't expect total dedication. Maybe that was the reason he got more effort out of all his shiki than anybody else, but that was a question for psychologists. Touda didn't feel qualified to interpret the actions of others. He did not read people well.

Tsuzuki had to be aware of that flaw, but he never mentioned it. It seemed that he'd accepted it as he accepted so many other things. He never demanded that Touda should pay the people around him more attention, never told him he wouldn't displease others so much, if he just made a little effort, tried to be more observant. Maybe Tsuzuki understood that he couldn't, that no matter how hard he tried Touda didn't get people. Or maybe he didn't. Touda certainly didn't get Tsuzuki either.

But Tsuzuki would have been the center of his world without that acceptance. He was the one who had freed him from his prison, brought him out of the darkness of his cell. He had offered him friendship, when he could have demanded loyalty instead. Touda knew that he wasn't much of a friend, but once again Tsuzuki didn't seem to mind.

For some inexplicable reason Tsuzuki liked him the way he was, didn't try to change him and Touda suspected that that would have made him the center of his world, even if he'd had anything else to live for.

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