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MommAdagio - EagleOfDeath15



In an alternate universe far, far away... What if Adagio Dazzle fell in love and became a mother?

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One - More Than Just A Crush

Fangirlish screams and cheers were heard from the theatre while I gazed into the mirror in front of me. It was a week away from graduation at Canterlot High and Ms. Sapphire Shores, my tutor, decided to host a musical event known as ‘Canterlot’s Got Talent’. As her protégé, I was asked to take part and perform to reveal my 'natural talent' to the whole student body. Everyone will be there to watch everything I do and say. “I’m so nervous. What if I mess up? I’ll be a laughing stock,” I thought to myself. “I don’t have a choice anyway. I might as well get this over and done with. Must. Not. Fail.” I grabbed a hair comb on the dresser and groomed my hair. “Somehow, I have a weird feeling that something will happen tonight…”

The door opened as Ms. Shores stepped through. She walked over and placed a hand gently on my shoulder. “Don’t worry, Clavier. You’ll be great out there. That talent you have should be shared, not hidden,” she said.

I sighed, still nervous at the prospect of performing on stage. “I know, Ms. Shores. I’m just nervous and all.”

She saw this and patted me gently on the back. “I trust you. Nothing will go wrong, believe me. Remember your motivation. Do you know what it is?” she asked.

I nodded. “Yeah, my motivation is her. I’m going to sing and perform, not just for everyone to see, but especially for her. Because I want to express how I feel.” Ms. Shores smiled, content with my answer.

“That’s good to hear. Now, finish up and get ready to go on stage. It’ll be your time to Shiiiiinneee-Ohhhhh!” she sang out. I nodded as she left the room, leaving me alone.

“Come on, Clavier. You can do this. Do it for yourself. Do it for her,” I told myself, gazing at the reflection. Taking a deep breath, I stood up and walked out of the room. I entered the theatre, hidden by the curtains. The noise coming from the whole audience was unbearable in here. As I stood there waiting to be called in, my friend, Flash Sentry, saw me and gave a brotherly hug.

“Hey buddy! Are you ready?” he asked.

“Y-yeah. Just nervous and all.” I chuckled.

“You’ll be fine. I’m sure you’ll win over the theatre with your voice, especially the ladies.” You couldn’t help but laugh at Flash’s comedic manner in emphasising the word.

“What about you? I could have sworn I heard so many girls rooting for you,” I grinned teasingly. Flash’s face flared up. I decided to tease him. “Sooooo, was Twilight there?”

“Y-yeah, she was there. I could hear her screaming louder than the rest.” He smiled sheepishly. “Anyway, I’m just going to drop my stuff off in the dressing room, then I’ll be back here to watch you perform. You’ll be fine. Adagio will love it.” I was taken back at his words. Before I could respond, Flash left the theatre, laughing. I shook my head and stood there behind the curtains waiting.

Not a moment too soon, Ms. Shores walked on stage. “Ladies and Gentlemen! Thank you for attending tonight’s event, ‘Canterlot’s Got Talent’! I would also like to thank those who have taken part in the concert this evening. Now, before you all leave, we still have one more performance. I have decided to save the best for last. Please, give a round of applause for my protégé, Clavier Melody!”

The whole theatre shook in a thunderous roar of cheers and claps. I walked on stage and sat behind the piano as the rest of the lights dimmed, leaving a single light focused on me.

“Good evening, ladies and gentlemen. I will be performing this song tonight for all of you, so I hope you enjoy. I’d also like to dedicate this song to a girl who is very special to me and… she’s in this very room right now.”

There was a murmur among the crowd as this morphed into girls screaming and cheering for whoever the lucky girl was. As I took in a deep breath, I spotted her—Adagio. The girl of my dreams. I smiled and steadily played the first notes of the song on the piano.

I took in another deep breath. “This is for you, Adagio,” I thought to myself. My mouth opened, releasing the melodic energy held within.

The final notes on the piano ended as the song reached its climax. There was a long, silent pause across the whole theatre. People were so silent, it was making me uncomfortable—yet, at the same time, it shouldn’t. I gazed into the sea of bodies, examining their expressions. No, they did not bear expressions of disappointment, but were rather shocked, awed and surprised. At long last, the whole audience erupted into a much louder thundering roar of applause and cheers, mainly from the females who gave fangirlish screams and swooned. I sighed in relief at the positive reaction. Ms. Shores walked up to me and placed a hand on my shoulder.

“Well done, Clavier. You’ve made me proud,” she said. I smiled before bowing in utmost respect and thanks.

I stood up and left for the doors to the dressing room as the applause continued. I opened the doors to the room and saw Flash sitting in a chair, grinning wildly. He pointed each of his index fingers at me in a suave manner. “I knew you could do it. Can you hear them? Ohohoho, man, the ladies are going wild!”

I chuckled. “Yeah, I’m sure they are. I’ll be swimming in ladies tonight,” I said sarcastically, rolling my eyes while Flash lightly jabbed my shoulder.

“That’s my man! Hmm… come to think of Adagio...” he trailed.

“I hope she liked it. She probably doesn’t know that song was for her, but at least I expressed it indirectly.” I sighed.

Flash put an arm around my shoulder. “Now, don’t feel down. There’s still the party, so just roam around and mingle. Hell, maybe you can spend more of your time with Adagio.” He raised his other arm as if he were surveying the land. “If you’re lucky, you might get some. Eh? Eh?” he teased. I jab him lightly in the stomach.

“Dude, not cool.” I crossed my arms as he chortled. “Alright, let’s go to the party. I’m sure Twilight’s looking for you,” I teased.

“Gah! For the last time, I don’t have a thing for Twilight!” he retaliated. I laughed as we both headed out of the dressing room and joined the sea of students leaving the faculty into the night.

Flash and I were headed to the car park, but not without passing by the girls: Twilight, Sunset, Fluttershy, Applejack, Rarity, Pinkie, Rainbow and… Adagio. Man! She’s so beautiful. That hair, those captivating eyes of hers, curvaceous body, a large bus— GAH! My eyes wandered off elsewhere. I mentally slapped myself as my thoughts slowly went down the gutter.

“Hey Clavier!” Adagio came up and gave me a hug. I felt my cheeks heat up as my body touched hers.

So soft, big and ro— GET YOUR ACT TOGETHER BUDDY!

“H-hey, Adagio. How’re you?” I asked her nervously.

“I’m great, thanks. Are you coming to the party?” she asked. I just realised she’s still holding onto my hand.

“Uhhhh…” I trailed off.

“Yeah, we’re going. Clavier's going to be mingling with the ladies.” Flash winked.

Adagio raised an eyebrow. “Is that so hmm? What about me?” she pouted, eyes wide like a puppy.

Oh God, anything but puppy dog eyes. She’s too cute and beautiful enough already, I think I’m dying! I thought.

“Gah! It’s not like that! We’re going to—“ I stopped when Adagio cracked up laughing. I furrowed an eyebrow.

“Relax, I was just messing with you.” She grinned. I laughed sheepishly. “Anyway, I’ll see you at the party,” she winked. I stood there awestruck, jaw hanging as Adagio and the girls walked off into the night. Flash just stood there, smirking.

“You’re definitely getting laid.” I punched his arm, hard. “Ow!” After the encounter, Flash and I got into his car and drove to the party, which was being held at Pinkie’s house.

I got out of the car as we both approached the house and went inside. I surveyed the surroundings. The place was packed with people and loud music! I could see Vinyl manning the DJ booth. “As always,” I smiled. I looked around and saw Twilight, who waved at us both. She approached us only to drag Flash away towards the other girls. I caught a hint of a blush flaring on his cheeks as the rest of the girls surrounded him, garnering for his attention.

Meanwhile, Rarity approached me. “Darling, that was a wonderful performance. Your voice is to die for! Perhaps… you can teach me?” Rarity batted her eyes at me seductively.

I blushed at her forward manner and scratched the back of my head. “Uh, hehe. Thanks, Rarity. I’ll think about it. ” The rest of the girls approached to congratulate, but instead felt a tug on my arm. I looked to see Adagio holding onto me by the arm as she roughly snatches me away from Rarity.

"Sorry! Just need to borrow him for a sec!" She apologised to the refined girl.

Rarity’s grip was forced away, eliciting a “Hmph!” as she raised her head in the air haughtily and walked off to join Twilight and the others. Adagio continued to drag me along, leading to the backyard. She sat down on a bench, patting the empty space next to her, inviting me to sit. I nodded in appreciation and sat down.

We both just sat there in silence, staring into the night sky. I fidgeted nervously in my seat, but decided to speak first to break the ice.

"Someone's jealous," I said simply. Adagio turned to look at me with a glare.

"I am not jealous!" She said defensively. "I just wanted some time alone to talk with you."

"So, you are jealous?" I teased, smirking. Adagio pouted, crossing her arms below her chest. I chuckled. I decided to change the subject.

“Sooooo… how’s the final year of high school coming along?” I asked.

Adagio slowly smiled. “It’s going well. I’m glad I have Ms. Shores as my teacher. What about you?” she asked in return.

“It’s gone pretty well. I can’t thank Ms. Shores enough for all the help and time she’s given me through high school with music. I don’t know if I’d even make it without her guidance.”

She chuckled. “Don’t be daft. I’m sure she saw your hidden potential. Heck, you’re lucky to be her protégé. I remember the time when we were competing against each other because she couldn’t decide.” My thoughts flashed back to the first time I met Adagio at my first year in Canterlot High.


- Flashback -


Our music teacher, Ms. Shores, stood there nervously, unable to decide between me and the poofy- haired girl.

I can only hope that Ms. Shores picks me. My life as a musician depends on it. It runs in the family. I stood there as the girl and I stared each other in the eyes, preparing for a showdown.

I gestured to her with my hand gently. "Ladies first."

"Such a gentleman," she winked. She began. Her voice was a wonder to behold. Each note was sung beautifully without a flaw, from beginning to end. After her performance, the class applauded her. I stood there, awestruck. She looked at me and smirked.

"Let's see if you can do better," she boasted.

Oh, no. I'm not going to give up even for a beautiful girl like her.

"As gorgeous as you may be, I won't back down," I told her. She blushed.

"Did you just—… never mind. Show me what you've got."

I remembered my father's teachings passed onto me by my grandfather, and his father before him, and so on.

Take a deep breath. Inhale. Exhale. Inhale. Exhale, my father's voice echoed in my thoughts. I did so as I began to feel relaxed and open-minded. My mouth opened as I slowly sung the first notes of the song. Unbeknownst to me, my classmates and Ms. Shores stood wide-eyed as the music took over, natural talent exposed. Finally, the song reached its climax with a high note and I held on as long as I could until no more.

I slowly opened my eyes and saw the whole room shocked and awed, jaws dropping. After a momentary silence, the room exploded in a chorus of applause. Ms. Shores placed a hand on my shoulder.

"That was a spectacular performance! Under my guidance, I can help refine your talent. It'd be a waste to let it go. What do you say? Are you willing to take the chance?" I stood there, unable to decide. The poofy-haired girl also deserves it but then again, so do I. I looked over to her worriedly but she smiled. I looked back to Ms. Shores and nodded. She patted me on the back and dismissed the class.

I felt a hand on my shoulder. I turned around and saw the same girl I competed with recently in class. She held that same smile on her face. She held her hand out.. "Hi. I'm Adagio. Adagio Dazzle. What's your name?" I stood there, taken aback as this girl approached me; this doesn't happen very often. I didn't want to be rude and took hers as we shook hands. I gave her a smile of my own.

"Clavier. Clavier Melody."


- Flashback Ends -


I chuckled at the memory. “I still think you deserved it more than I did,” I told her.

She perked up. “Oh?” she replied, raising an eyebrow. “And might I ask why that is?”

I rubbed my chin. “Well...” I trailed off, thinking of the many reasons. “It’s just… look at you, Adagio. You’re like a celebrity. Hell, maybe you could be one.”

I noticed a blush forming on her cheeks. “Go on. How so?” she urged.

“There’s so many reasons I can think of.” I kept silent, cautious of my words and afraid to admit of what I think of her. “Just… look at you. You’re just over-the-top attractive, you have beautiful hair, dazzling eyes that can put people under a spell with a look, a pretty face, soft lips, and an alluring voice.” You both sat there in silence as Adagio took in your words. Her cheeks flared into a deeper shade of red.

“And?”

“And, what?” I asked, confused. She smirked and nudged me.

“There’s got to be more than that,” she teased. What she said took me by surprise. “What about my body? How would you describe it?” she teased further. This time, it was my turn to blush.

“Uh… err… um…" I stammered, being careful to choose my words. She chuckled as she noticed.

“Be honest. Don’t worry, I won’t bite.” she gave me a wink.

I took in a deep breath. “Your body…” she leaned closer, waiting for my answer, “...is slender, gorgeously curvaceous and natural. You’re like the most perfect being alive. If I could add it all together and compare you to something, it would be a siren.” My face was beet red in embarrassment as I said this.

“A siren? How come?”

I thought over from what I've read on the internet. According to Greek mythology, sirens sang out to sailors so they may lure them and drown them into the deep abyss. “If you were one and I were a sailor, I would be drowning in your beauty and the pleasantness of your voice.” There was a silence between us. There's a blush noticeable on her cheeks.

“Wow. That’s a thoughtful comparison. Thanks. I never thought you’d think of me like that. You're also quite the flatterer.” She winked. I smiled and looked away to hide my blush.

“You’re so cute when you blush,” she teased.

“Not as cute as you,” I countered, causing her to blush this time. I chuckle.

“Still, I think you deserved it more than I did. Your performance on the stage was more than enough to prove that. I’d have to agree with Ms. Shore’s decision for picking you.” She smiled. My mind drifted back to my own performance, singing a song for the girl whom I have developed a crush on, discreetly.

I smiled back. “Thanks, that means a lot.”

“Say, you said on stage that that song was also dedicated to a girl you have a crush on? Mind telling me who it is?” she teases.

I looked away, flabbergasted by her question. Crap! What should I do? Should I tell her how I feel about her? I felt a tap on my shoulder, breaking my thoughts.

Adagio gazed into my eyes as they glinted brightly under the moonlight. “Clavier, are you okay? You don’t have to tell—”

I silenced her with a hand, interrupting her. “No, it’s okay. You deserve to know.” I took in a deep breath. “This girl…” I paused, thoughts wandering over everything that captured my attention. “She’s perfect in every way I can imagine. She’s gorgeous, captivating, alluring, kind, fun to have around. You name it. Everything about her…” I gazed into Adagio’s eyes deeply. “Just takes my breath away.”

“And… do you think she may like you back?”

“I like her so much, but I don’t feel like I deserve her. She’s every guy’s dream. Fragile, kind, and too perfect for a man.” Adagio sat there in silence as she listened.

“And who’s this lucky girl?” she urged. My heart started to beat.

“She’s…” I paused, afraid to admit.

“Yes?” she whispered, slowly leaning in closer.

I breathed in deeply. “That girl... is—" Suddenly, the backyard was lit up from the back entrance to the house. Adagio and I looked to see Pinkie standing there with a wide grin.

"Hey! What're you two lovebirds doing there?” I blushed as Pinkie said this. Try as I might to deny, deep down, I knew it was the truth. "Come inside and join the fun!" Pinkie gestured us both in. We both obliged.

I entered the household and searched for Flash. I spotted him still sitting with Twilight and the other girls. I walked up to them, placed a hand on his shoulder, and dragged him off.

"Woah, what the f—" was all Flash could say as I dragged him by the shoulder.

"Sorry girls! Just need to talk about something important!" I took Flash with me, away from the prying eyes of the girls.

"What the hell, man?" Flash scolded.

"Sorry if I interrupted your special alone time with the girls. Especially Twilight," I apologised teasingly.

"I was not—" Before he could finish his sentence, he slumped his shoulders in defeat. "I give up." He pouted. "What is it?"

"Listen, me and Adagio were alone outside and—"

"HOLY CRAP, DUDE! You and her, did you do it?" He made some sexual gestures with his hands. I facepalmed.

"Shhh! Keep your voice down! And no, nothing happened between us, not like that," I chided him.

"Aw, man. And I thought my buddy would finally be a man tonight," he teased.

I rolled my eyes. "Yeah, whatever. Anyway, I need to ask you something, man. What should I do?"

Flash rubbed his chin in thought. "What you should do is go up to her, carry her upstairs, make out and hav—" I smacked him in the back of the head. "Ow! What was that for?" He rubbed the back of his head.

"Will you stop thinking sexually for a minute? Geez, man." I chastised.

"Well, you asked 'what should you do?'" He quoted with his fingers. I sighed.

"Alright, hear me out." We both sat down on the couch. "While you were busy flirting with Twilight, Ad—"

"I. Was. Not. Flirting. With Twilight!" Flash said defensively. I chuckled at his response.

"Sure, you weren’t. Anyway, Adagio dragged me outside to the backyard. It was just us two alone. We began to make small talk with each other and so on."

"And what did you two talk about?"

"We just talked about college, music, and stuff," I blush as I remember how I explained what I thought of her. How close I was to revealing the truth.

"I see that blush, man. Nothing you can hide from a Sentry. Spit it out," he urged.

"I told her she deserved to be Ms. Shore's protege instead of me. She asked why." I explained to Flash what I told Adagio.

He sat there with a cat-like grin. "Attaboy! What else?" He urged.

"She asked what I thought of her body." I scratched the back of your head.

"WHAAATTTTT!?!" Flash shrieked.

I placed a hand over his mouth. "Quiet, dude!"

"Sorry," he said. "If you think about it, Adagio's digging into you as much as you dig into her. She's flirting with you, buddy." I just rolled my eyes and explained the few details left over. Flash sat there in silence. Finally, he smiled. "You should tell her how you feel, buddy. Now seems like a better opportunity than ever."

"I know, and I want to, but what if she doesn't feel the same? I don't want to make things awkward between us both."

Flash patted me on the back comfortingly. "She does like you, as far as I can tell. Even the girls can probably see it a mile away,” he reassured.

I sighed. "I'll just leave it for now and see how the rest of the night goes."

Flash nodded. "Why don't we go do something to get this out of your head?" He offered.

I grinned challengingly. "Alright, what'd you have in mind?!" He grinned back. For the rest of the night Flash, the girls, and I had a good time.

We started by drinking Applejack's well-renowned family cider.

Sunset stood there in between Flash and I, ten bottles of cider for us each. "Three. Two. One. GO!" I quickly grabbed a bottle of cider and downed it quickly. I continued the process until all of it was gone. I gulped the final bottle and slammed it victoriously on the table.

"Clavier is the winner!" Sunset declared.

"Ha! I told you I'd win! Guess this Sentry can't do things in a 'Flash'". I said, chortling.

"S-shut up!" He punched me lightly on the shoulder, eliciting a fit of laughter from the girls.

Later on, we played games on Rainbow's game console she brought with her.

"Oh, for pete's sake!" Rainbow slammed her controller down comically. Flash laughed, causing her to punch him in the face. He doubled over. I cracked up, laughing wildly.

"RAINBOW!" Twilight bellowed. Rainbow cowered back in fear as Twilight stood there, angry and eyes burning. She rushed to Flash's aid.

"Oh my goodness, are you okay?" Flash sat up dazed, giving a thumbs up. What took me by surprise was when she kissed him on the forehead. I knew Twilight liked Flash but I didn't expect her to be open about it.

"O-oh my."

"Wow. Talk about denial," Applejack grinned smugly. The girls and I laughed as Twilight hid behind Flash in embarrassment.

And finally, we even played truth or dare, despite the embarrassing yet hilarious feats.

"Dare," I said with a stoic expression.

Flash grew a sly grin on his face. "I... dare you to take your shirt off in front of the girls." My eyes went wide in shock but I recovered quickly, forming an idea in my mind. I grinned.

"As you wish." I took my shirt off over my head and threw it at Twilight. She looked at it for a moment then blushed. I walked over and lifted her off the floor into my arms. I gave her a playful look, causing her to blush.

I leaned into her ear."Just say the word. I'm all yours," I whispered seductively. She shrieked, cheeks morphing into a tomato red color. I looked over to Flash, who seemed annoyed and envious. He fell into my trap just as I expected, giving him a smug grin.

I lowered Twilight down as she still blushed in embarrassment. I looked around and saw the girls with mouths hung open. I looked at them, oblivious.

"What?" I asked.

"O-oh my." Fluttershy covered her mouth with a hand.

"Woah, nelly. Ya sure ya don't work on the farm?" Applejack asked.

"Abs. Check. Body. Check." Rainbow nodded in agreement.

"Such uncouth mannerisms!" Rarity said, indignant, before calming down. “Though, I wouldn’t mind if that were me...”

I saw Flash as he mouthed words at me. "Hands. Off." I laughed, causing the girls to look at me in confusion.

After some time passed, I glanced at the clock and noticed it was now midnight.

I stood up as I prepared to head home. "Hey guys, I think I'll call it a night. I'll see you guys tomorrow. It's the weekend anyway." The girls and Flash nodded.

Adagio stood up. "Clavier, wait for me. I'll be heading back home too."

Rainbow bore a teasing grin. "Why? So you two can have some fun?" She raised her eyebrows repeatedly.

"Eep!" Fluttershy blushed as she hid behind her hair.

"Rainbow! That's quite an unladylike question!" Rarity scolded. Rainbow just rolled her eyes.

"Night everybody!" Adagio and I bade goodnight to the others. They returned the gesture. I stepped out into the dark, cold night as Adagio walked up to me.

"Do you want me to walk you home?" I offered.

"Oh, you don't have to. I don't want to impose."

"It's quite alright. A lady needs an escort back home, eh?" I joked. She laughed.

"You're such a tease," she shoved me playfully. "Alright, you can walk me home. Onwards peasant!" She ordered. I decided to play along.

"As you wish, milady." She held her hand out as I gently grasped it with my own. Ten minutes later, we reached Adagio's house. She opened the door while I bade her goodnight and turned around to head back home.

"Clavier! Wait!" She called out. I raised an eyebrow as she caught my attention.

"Is there something you need?" I asked. She nodded. She gestured me over to her. "What is it?"

I noticed Adagio's cheeks blush a faint red as she fiddled behind her back nervously. "You never told me who the lucky girl was."

"Oh... that..." I felt my cheeks burn and looked down. "Well..."

"You don't have to tell me if it makes you uncomfo—." She said. I placed a finger gently on her soft lips, cutting her sentence.

I sighed deeply. This is my chance. It's now or never. I gazed into Adagio's magenta eyes deeply, piercing through her soul. She returned the same.

"Adagio..." I started. She perked up.

"Yes?" She whispered. Both of our eyes were locked with each other, never wavering.

"You know what I told you about that girl? How I thought of her and how she makes me feel?" I said. I wanted to beat around the bush and explain things slowly to her.

"Mhm." She nodded. My heart started beating. Here goes nothing...

"Those words about that lucky girl... are about the girl that is standing in front of me now. It's you." I whispered. She gasped, taken by surprise as she placed a hand over her mouth. I noticed her cheeks flaring up quickly into bright red shapes.

I took both of her hands into mine. "Adagio, there's just not enough words I can use to describe you. Ever since I met you four years ago on that very day, I've been quite fond of you. I thought it was nothing but some random crush, but... I was wrong. I do have a crush on you, but deeper than you think. You're just flawless in every way that I can imagine. It takes my breath away and makes me feel weird inside, but what amazes me always is that you've been there for me, the same as I've been there for you. It's what I like about you as a person. Everyday, I feel closer to you, so much so that I... I've come to realise... I'm falling in love.”

I gazed into her beautiful orbs and said every word without breaking contact. I wanted to show her how deeply I cared about her. Adagio stood there in front of me, silent as she absorbed my words. I thought I had made things awkward between us both. I bore a sad expression as I slowly loosened my grip on her hands.

"I... I'm sorry. I should have just stayed silent. Goodnight, Adagio." I bore a sad expression and turned around to leave. I gasped lightly as I felt two arms wrap around my body.

"Wait. Don't leave." Adagio begged. I turned to face her, our eyes locked into each other's again. "Clavier... I have something to confess." My heart starts to beat again.

"The same day I met you four years ago, I felt different. You made me feel special. I thought it was a random crush too, but I slowly became infatuated with you. You always made me feel adored." My heart skipped a beat when I heard this. "The times we spent together were memorable. I realised that I was gradually developing tender feelings," she started blushing furiously. "You're kind, caring, loving, outgoing, and so much more I cannot describe about you all at once. Although, I would also say handsome as a bonus too," she purred in my ears, making me blush as a warm sensation flared inside me. She looked into my eyes deeply. "Clavier, I think... No. I'm in love with you too."

That final word fell on my ears like a feather. My heart fluttered and beat at a faster pace. "Really?" I leaned closer to her.

Adagio leaned in, closing the gap until we were both mere inches from each other's lips. I can feel her warm breath against my skin. "Yes, really." She whispered.

At last, her lips met mine. I closed my eyes as I melted into her soft, enchanting touch. I stood there, amazed that I'm here making out with my crush, the girl of my dreams. I would admit this is my first kiss and I've never done this before but somehow, it felt natural, like I knew what to do. On instinct. My hands wrapped around her waist, triggering a low, soft moan from her. I felt her arms wrap around my neck.

After what seemed like a long time, I leaned my head back, opening my eyes. The first thing I saw was Adagio's charming face. Shortly, her eyes also opened, revealing her dazzling magenta eyes. A strand of saliva hung there, connected to our lips. I smiled at her warmly as she did the same. She hugged around my chest.

"I love you," my heart fluttered when she said this. I hugged her tightly.

"I love you too."

"Clavier?" She whispered.

"Yes?" I replied.

"Will you stay with me for tonight?" My heart fluttered at her request, unsure how to respond.

"I..." I trailed off. She gazed deeply into my eyes.

"Please... I need you. Don't let me go." She begged, eyes shimmering in the moonlight. I stood there, locked into her gaze as I thought. At last, I came to a decision.

"I won't leave you, I promise." Adagio attacked me full on with her soft lips. Once again, I fell under her spell of her touch. I felt myself move forward as she slowly dragged me inside, still locked into our passionate make-out. She placed her arms around my neck while I lifted her feet off the ground and proceeded to carry her upstairs. I opened the door to her room and laid her down gently on her bed. I pulled away from her kiss for a moment, once again meeting her alluring eyes.

"Are you sure you want to do this?" I asked her.

"Only with you." She whispered. She sat up on her bed and pushed me down, stepping back as she stood in front me. She began to unbutton her blouse and lifted it over her head, revealing a purple bra underneath. They're just as I thought they would b-- UGH! I mentally slapped myself for such thoughts, despite the situation. She then proceeded to slip off her skirt, showing off purple panties. I laid there, blushing furiously as Adagio stood there, hands on her hips.

She chuckled. "Don't be shy. You can look." I slowly turned my head towards Adagio. Damn. She's so sexy. She walked towards me with a seductive swing to her hips. She reached with her hand and began to unbutton my shirt before pulling it off, followed by my trousers, leaving me in my boxers.

She giggled, her blush turning crimson red. "My, my. I wonder what's waiting for me down there." I blushed. The next thing that happened was something I'd thought I'd never get to see. With a flick of her wrists, her bra and panties slid down, revealing her voluptuous, naked figure. I couldn't stand it and looked away, causing her to giggle. I stood up and slid my boxers down, leaving both of our clothes scattered on the floor. Adagio shoved me onto the bed and hovered over me, cupping my cheeks.

Once again, our lips met, resuming our make out session. After a moment, we pulled away from each other to catch our breaths. "Show me how much you love me." She whispered. Adagio leaned back in, our kiss better than the last as we gained experience. I put as much into it as I could, grabbing her and slowly turning her around. I laid her gently down below me whilst she pulled me closer with her arms.

"I love you," she whispered, smiling.

"I love you too," I whispered, smiling back.

We both expressed our love that had been restrained and hidden for some time, never holding back. After a long night, we pulled away from each other, gasping and panting to catch our breaths.

"T-that..." I panted.

"Was amazing," Adagio finished.

"Yeah." I whispered. She wrapped an arm around my body and hugged tightly. I felt tired and wanted to give into the blackness, but not without wrapping an arm under Adagio and bidding her goodnight.

"Goodnight, Dagi," I said sleepily. She giggled at the nickname.

"Goodnight Clavi," she replied. I smiled and closed my eyes, giving into the comfort and warmth.

Author's Note:

Phew! First chapter for the story done. Took me a very long time to come up with and write up, not to mention proofread sweeps.

As mentioned in the description, there will be just suggestive content, innuendos, heated moments, etc. but there will be no clop whatsover, for the sake of what's left of purity. :facehoof:

I hope you all enjoyed the first chapter. Keep an eye out for more upcoming chapters! :pinkiesmile:

Credit and thanks to xebck for making me this image.