Title: Tears of an Angel
Series: Phoenix Wright
Summary: Prompt from the Phoenix Wright Kink Meme. “Dahlia's tears can kill. And, sadly, Phoenix's kink is licking tears.”
Word Count: 313
Author’s Notes: My first and only PW fic. I think... I don't think I wrote anymore...
Dahlia sniffled. "You hate me don't you Feenie?"
"WHA?! Dolly! How could you say such a thing! I love you!" Phoenix protested.
"B-but, you won't take off the necklace! I-It feels like our whole relationship is on display and PDA is so e-embarrassing!" she choked. And because Dahlia is that good she squeezed out a few tears.
"D-DOLLY! Don't cry! I-I'll think about it okay? I'm just so proud to have the love of such a perfect wonderful girl!"
Dahlia sniffled again for effect.
"I, I promised to always dry your tears and to keep the tears from streaming down your perfect face! S-so I'll keep part of the promise at least!"
And with that Phoenix Wright grabbed Dahlia Hawthorne by the shoulders and started licking the tears off of her so that they couldn't "stream down her perfect face". Anonymous passerby's would have noticed the pink haired maiden clenching a fist and barely restraining herself from attacking her assaulter.
Phoenix felt himself getting hot. "D-Dolly?"
"Urgh, I mean, Yes Feenie?" Insert overly done eyelash fluttering.
"D-do you think I could kiss you? I mean, I don't want to pressure you or something but there's just something about licking your tears that just makes you even more beautiful than normal but please don't think I'm a pervert if you don't want to I'm perfectly fine with just hand holding and you know what Dolly I think it was a bad idea and we should just forget about the whole thing," Phoenix rambled.
Dahlia quickly glared at the spiky haired art major before switching to a bewitching smile. "Now Feenie we talked about this..."
"I know Dolly! But I lo-" and Phoenix never finished the sentence as he fell to the ground dead.
The pink haired temptress blinked before removing the necklace from her former lover's neck. "Well, that worked better than I expected..."