[Drabble] HongIceMaybe it was the crowded city. Maybe it was the smell in the air. Maybe it was the fact that he had just sat on a plane for half a day to get here. Yeah, that must be it. That's why he let himself get dragged around by his friend and his city like a rag doll. Totally the reason.[Drabble] HongIce by PuffinPixel
He briefly wondered why Hong Kong was wearing a Hitmonlee t-shirt, and why he was dragging him towards the waterfront. Maybe he had finally snapped and gone insane. Or maybe he was just excited about his friend being there. No, Icelands money were on insane. Why else would he act like a 5 year old that had ingested way too much sugar?
Insane, I tell you, he thought to himself as he nearly tripped over a small, elderly lady.
"Would it kill you to take it easy? You nearly killed that poor old lady!" he scolded his friend, who wasn't listening Of course he wasn't listening. Instead, he bounced forward to cross the street in a hurry, causing at least three cars to nearly crash into each other.
A brother thingIn his mind it seemed like it started after his older brother gained his independence from Sweden.A brother thing by PuffinPixel
Iceland hadn't seen his brother since 1814, last sight of him being his defiant march away from Denmark's house after a hug and many apologies. He remembered his brother saying he would return to take Eirikur with him when he had gained enough strength to protect him.
It took his brother 20 minutes to make up his mind after centuries of oppression, and leave in fury.
It took his brother 91 years to come back.
Iceland could clearly remember the day Mikkel took him out to the harbor. He could clearly remember feeling out of place in the sun, in the sea breeze.
And he could clearly remember the soaring feeling in his chest when his brother walked off the ship and embraced him.
He could remember being scared. What if his brother had changed the last 91 years? He was skinny, but overall he looked alright. He hadn't gained any lands, nor had he gained any wealth. But he had his independence, an