Tag ~ Halimila
Ao'mek made it a point to try and get to every Gather, Feast, or Festival that he could. It wasn't a stretch to know that the happy-go-lucky bluerider enjoyed things that were naturally fun and outgoing, two things he considered himself to be. Plus, he loved getting to meet new people from other places he'd never been to. The Pearls in particular caught his attention. How long had they been hidden away from the rest of Pern out in the eastern ring of islands? What was their world like? What was their culture like? All of these things he was dying to know about. Tlamehath was rather curious himself, but more amused at the giddiness his rider felt over the chance to get to talk to one.
For his attire he wore light clothing since they were at the beach. Knowing he'd likely go for a swim in the ocean later he wore his swimming shorts and a pair of sandals. His shirt was a white long sleeved linen tunic that he kept untied about half way down. Ao'mek planned on going and grabbing a beer or glass of wine before trying to find a pearl to talk to. He had to wait in line for a few minutes before he finally got himself a frothy cup of ale and then begant to make his way towards the beach.
It seemed as he was not the only person with that idea as there seemed to be a slew of people already on the beach talking to some of the pearls. His honey-brown eyes caught sight of someone wearing blue off to his right. The color was popping and as such caught his attention. He turned to see a young lady by herself making her way to the beach. "Well hello there."
He moved closer and greeted her. A Feast was no place to be by yourself at. It was far more fun to enjoy it with others. "I'm Ao'mek of Blue Tlamehath. You going to go speak with one of the Pearls too?"
He asked in his normal jovial tone of voice.
Tag ~ Kinali
Sid'nis' hand squeezed Kinali's gently before he lift it up to his lips to kiss the back of it. For all his thoughts continued to drift to things far more intimate than cuddling on a beach, he couldn't deny just how happy he was in this very moment. It was the times like this he cherished dearly. Holding his love in his arms and merely basking in each other's warmth. Generally, when they shared a moment like this it was either in his weyr or Kinali's cabin in front of the fireplace, but sitting here in the sand as they watched the lapping waves made it feel even more romantic. Sid couldn't resist trailing a few more kisses down Kinali's neck before he suspected that he would get up so they could go on that walk.
What happened instead surprised him. Sid did not miss the suggestive tone in Kinali's voice as he stated that they could wait to go on that walk. If his tone of voice was not indicative enough, the way his hand rubbed along his leg spoke volumes. His heart beat a little faster and he prayed that was the only way his body reacted to what he was feeling. "You know I don't mind letting you have the reigns."
Sid assured him. Since they had become an item he had felt it was best for Kinali to set the pace of how fast their relationship moved. Strong arms wrapped around Kinali as he hugged him tighter against him after the playful nip to his chin. A kiss was pressed to his cheek before Sid adjusted both of them so he could steal a slow, passionate kiss. Then, he whispered in Kinali's ear and told him honestly where he'd like to lead them this evening, but emphasized it was his choice. Sid nibbled on his lobe tenderly as he waited for Kinali's response.
Iolith waded out into the waves with Nerosali. His eyes stayed downward as he liked to see if he could see anything other than seaweed just under the water's surface. Even if they didn't get to speak to one of the Pearls he was having a good time. A sudden surge of happiness and desire washed over him and he turned in the direction of his rider who was to blame for it. He chuckled to himself as he saw his rider wrapped tightly around Kinali. To his dragon's mind he saw barely any difference between what they were doing and the way dragons twined during flights. His attention was then turned back to Nerosali as she spoke.
I don't know. I have so many questions to ask, but I suppose they may have questions for us as well.
Iolith answered her. He didn't want to overcrowd any of the Pearls either, just as he wouldn't want to be crowded by them. Then, Nerosali spotted another one. Let's go introduce ourselves. There is no one else talking to that one.
The blue suggested as he moved faster towards the Pearl that seemed to be resting on the top of the water. The creature was dark with golden markings and sheen. Excuse us, kind Pearl. We were hoping for a moment of your time. I am Iolith and my companion here is Nerosali.
The blue introduced them politely.
The Pearl opened it's eyes as it was addressed. Seeing that he was being approached by two of what he'd heard was suppose to be his kin he moved closer to the shore for them. Greetings Iolith and Nerosali. I am Saitavis. To what do I owe the pleasure of meeting you?
It still took a bit more concentration to focus his words to them than he would have another Pearl, but after some exposure to the humans and other dragonkin many Pearls were finding it easier to speak with them. Once he got closer it was easy to guess that he was likely a bit older than some of the more curious and younger Pearls that were closer to the beach. A few scars and nicks decorated his scaled hide. Over all he seemed to have a friendly demeanor about him.