|A seriously shivering scene from The Foundation 1984, ep 9|
The “deleted scenes” after Sik Sik and Li Sai Man quarreled in Ep 9 and made up after he found out that Sik Sik used to be Kong Fung’s lover. From The Foundation 1984 (Michael Miu, Barbara Yung). Li Sai Man, Chun Sik Sik and the Foundation are the property of TVB Hong Kong, no copyright infringement intended. Dedicated to TinyGin, thanks for your suggestions! Rated R.
Sik Sik glared in disbelief at her lover.
"Look, if I still love Kong Fung, I don't have to hide it from you. I'd just leave you and go to Kong Fung instead!" Seeing how Li Sai Man still glared back also in disbelief, she vented our her frustration. "You have the rights to be angry at me for keeping you in the dark, but don't you ever doubt my feelings for you!" Since Sai Man still didn't respond, she stomped her foot and said, "I'll leave now if you hate me so much!"
With that, she turned to leave. Yet, her arm was held tightly by Sai Man. Forcefully yet slowly, the Second Prince turned her to face him. Then, he said quietly, very intensely and possessively,
"I want you to remember this: you can never leave me. Not. Ever."
She never saw him with such a blaze in his eyes before. It scared her that his love to her was so fierce and possessive. Yet, when he slowly embraced her, still possessively, a smile appeared on her beautiful face. She had never wanted to leave him anyway for quite some time, so this arrangement seemed fine for her.
After a while, she felt he had embraced her long enough, longer than what was appropriate. She was wondering if she should disentangle herself from him when he suddenly made a space between them, only to whip her back into him and kiss her on the mouth. Fiercely, possessively, with a large dose of jealousy. He never kissed her before. He did try to do that last year, but she shyly avoided him, and he never asked again. She had since wondered if it was okay for her to ask him to kiss her. So, when he now did kiss her, a part of her was pleasingly surprised. She tried to return in kind, but his kiss was too forceful, she couldn't even tell where to begin reciprocating it. Then, as she felt that she was about to faint from lack of air, he suddenly stopped kissing her.
|Art by Ibuki Satsuki|
He put her on an arm's length, observing her without words. Only his eyes, his usually jovial eyes, were now red, blazing with primal fire from within. Sik Sik was suddenly scared, but before she said what she felt, Sai Man suddenly dragged her into her room. There, he closed the door, spun around, and approached Sik Sik slowly, like a lion approaching his prey. Scared, Sik Sik walked a few steps back until her back was against a chair. Then, unsolicited, Sai Man kissed her again. His kisses were more urgent and demanding this time, he didn't only cup her head, he also locked one of his arms around her body and his other arm squeezed her arm so tightly. It hurt her, so she groaned. He didn't seem to hear her, or if he did, he might have misinterpreted it as passion, for he later squeezed one of her endowments. That truly surprised her, such that she did the only thing she could: she slapped him. Not hard enough, but it stunned them both.
"Sai Man! What are you doing?!" Anger and fear emerged from within her, her voice trembled. "What are you trying to do...?"
A mist seemed to lift up from Sai Man's eyes. He shook his head once, then twice in disbelief. Then, slowly he sat on the chair, stuttering his apologies. "I'm sorry... I...I got carried away..." He looked at Sik Sik, her lips red and her hair tousled due to his passion. "When I learned that you used to be Kong Fung's lover, jealousy took me. I... I just wanted to have you, because no one else can have you!"
"But, Sai Man..." Sik Sik slowly sat across him. Not only that she was still scared of him, now she was also scared of herself, for she suddenly felt a strange desire to let him have her. "I truly don't love him anymore. I only love you now..." Her eyes fell on his lips, red from the passion of kissing her. A strange fire suddenly rose from within her. She looked away. "I really do..."
It was a while before Sai Man responded. With difficulty, with such a burden, for he was actually trying to suppress his passion. "I'm sorry... I'll...I'll just leave you now. Perhaps I'll come again tomorrow."
He rose and quickly walked to the door. If he stayed for another minute, he'd ravage her again, for he was acutely aware of her sweet red lips, the sweet scent of her hair, and the intoxicating scent of her body. Yet, just before he reached for the door, she stopped him.
"Wait." When she thought he didn't hear her, she rose from the chair and took a few step towards him. "Please wait." He stopped, but he didn't turn to face her.
"If I didn't stop you just now..." She hesitated before resuming, "what would you do?" He didn't answer, thus she took another step forward. "What were you going to do just now?"
That made him chuckle. An almost sinister chuckle. "Sik Sik," he turned to face her, his eyes red with passion, his face dead serious. "You asked a person who loved you what he'd do to you just now? Can't you tell?!"
She blushed. "I... I've heard stories of what a man and a woman do when they are alone..."
He fought the urge to kiss her right then. "That was exactly what i was going to do. Good thing you stopped me." He spun to leave. "I'll see you tomorrow."
Yet, her hand stopped him. She should have not stopped him, particularly not that way.
"Don't go." He heard her pleading. "Please stay..."
He clenched his fists, for he wanted her so badly. "Sik Sik, if I stay for another minute, I won't be able to stop myself."
She found herself, with short breaths, saying, "Then don't stop yourself."
He spun quickly to face her, but his visions were so blurred with passion that he almost lost himself. "I'll take you. You'll transform. You'll never be the same." He inhaled, trying to win a losing battle against his own passion. "We will never be the same."
"That is fine," she said despite her fears, for now she realised she also wanted him. "We need to change. I want you to believe i am yours."
He locked the door and took a step closer, his face intense with danger. "I don't know if I can be gentle."
"I know your heart," she simply said, despite her trembling voice.
He hastily closed the curtains and spun her to face him. His breathing became more erratic as he grabbed her by her arms. "You'll regret it."
"I won't-" he had kissed her. Passionately, possessively. Filled with jealousy that was soon replaced with urgency, he took her. He claimed her as he ravished her lips and her neck and moulded her bosoms. A part of him wanted to go gentle with her, for this was definitely her first time. But that part lost to a larger part of him that wanted to claim her as his. Thus, he dismantled her robes as he did his own. Thus, he took her to her own bed and marked her as his. Soon, fire took over him, and he lost himself in her warmth.
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As for Sik Sik, the moment Sai Man kissed her again, her visions blurred. She lost sense of time and place. She felt like she was suddenly being lifted to the air, a humid and hot air, yet comfortable at the same time. She felt like flying into the evening sky, melting into the sky to be with the Waiver and the Shepherd. Then she saw a maiden phoenix. The magical bird rose her orange wings and soared into the sky, chased by a red blazing dragon. She stopped and welcomed the dragon in her embrace. She let the dragon's claws raked her fiery back and rode her red wings. She spun and wrapped her wings in the length of the dragon, embracing it tight with her passion. The dragon soared and roared in primal sound, blazing into the sky, bringing the phoenix with him. The two mythological creatures intertwined their bodies with each other, higher and higher, tighter and wilder, like creeping plants trying to win the sunlight.
Then fireworks cracked the evening sky with heavenly blaze. The phoenix uttered her piercing cry and shed her maiden blood as the dragon burst his fire in her, his length convulsed within her. Then the whole sky shook due to the tremor of their passions, the stars exploded in supernova. Thus the demigods were jealous and begged to be reborn on Earth, just to taste a drop of this ecstasy.
Moments later, as the dragon disentangled himself from the phoenix, Li Sai Man realised something. He had said that this encounter would change Sik Sik. But the truth is, it had changed him. He had claimed her...but in the process, it was she who had claimed him instead. Now he was at her disposal, now he'd die if he lose her, for she had taken more than half of his self with her.
And later, as senses began to descend upon her again and her body stopped trembling like an earthquake, Sik Sik turned to see her lover laying unabashedly uncovered next to her. He opened his eyes, half covered by his own tousled hair, and smiled before kissing her hand gently. "Thank you, Wife..." He whispered and hugged her with one hand. Sik Sik was stunned to hear Sai Man calling her his wife, such that she didn't reply for a while. When she eventually said, "I love you, Husband..." he was already drifting to sleep, but he still heard that.
The lavender curtains billowed gently, caressed by a gentle evening breeze. Sister Li might be searching for her for dinner soon. Sik Sik usually didn't want to make her surrogate sister waiting. Yet for once, Sik Sik didn't care. She was thinking of making an excuse about Sai Man taking her out for a sightseeing when sleep claimed her.
And the truth is, Li Sai Man had indeed taken Sik Sik to an unforgettable sightseeing. And she had now changed. The maiden Phoenix had been aroused, and she would never go back.
The mature version of this fanfiction can be read here.
The mature version of this fanfiction can be read here.