pursuit: (stare)
佐々木 琲世 ([personal profile] pursuit) wrote in [community profile] calimport 2017-01-30 02:08 am (UTC)

[Despite his wariness, Haise doesn't expect it when it comes. Kaneki seems barely able to move, and yet he catches and drags him closer regardless, forces him to stumble to maintain some sort of balance. It sends a thrill of alarm through him, now that he's physically present to grab hold of him like this, and the hand on his face doesn't help keep his thoughts from scattering in a dozen frantic directions, none of which help him to respond. Instead all he can think of is how that hand is too close to his eyes.

He doesn't know why it is, but he's wary of anything getting too close. His predisposition toward fearing what Kaneki represents only make this worse, and for too long all Haise can do is stare at a face entirely too close to his own both in appearance and physical proximity.

It takes more effort than he'd like to admit to remind himself to move. To catch Kaneki's hand and nudge it away. To try and stand up straight despite that surprising grip migrating to his wrist next. He should have kept further away. He sees that now, confronted and trapped as he feels]


I don't know.

[He admits, voice quiet if only because he can better control it that way. It's the truth of the matter; he really doesn't know. Of all the outcomes he might've imagined, giving Kaneki his own, separate body seems too much the stuff of science fiction for him to have considered.

Not to mention, it opens up a whole new realm of possibilities that disturb him]

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