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Title: While the Music Still Goes On
By: angstytimelord
Pairing: Will Graham/Lee Fallon
Fandom: Hannibal/The Big C
Rating: PG-13
Table: 1drabble
Prompt: 12, Dance
Disclaimer: This is entirely a product of my own imagination, and I make no profit from it. I do not own the lovely Will Graham or Lee Fallon, unfortunately, just borrowing them for a while. Please do not sue.


Dancing with Lee was like whirling through a dream.

Will was sure that he'd never smiled so much in his entire life as he had at his wedding. And his smiles weren't forced; he was genuinely happy.

He felt that he was almost glowing with pleasure, with a happiness that came from deep within him. He was now married to the man he loved, the man who made his life complete. His happiness shone out of him, and he knew that Lee's happiness matched his own.

They had talked to all of their guests, who had congratulated them on their marriage, and complimented them on the beautiful, moving ceremony.

Now, they were dancing, and he never wanted to stop.

Will felt that he could move around the dance floor in Lee's arms forever; he would never get tired of this, never stop dancing through their life together.

He was sure that the happiness he felt at being married to Lee was never going to dim. All he could feel was the joy that had taken up residence in his heart; he wouldn't let anything mar this day for him, or dim the happiness that he was feeling.

There would be time enough in the future for darker thoughts, he told himself firmly, pushing those thoughts out of his mind and slamming a door on them.

This was his wedding day. This was a day for joy and celebration, not for thoughts that would only make him feel worried and anxious. None of that. Not today.

He would dance while the music was still going on, and he would enjoy this day and all that it had brought. He would revel in the fact that he was married to the person he loved more than life itself, and look forward to the days ahead, days filled with light and laughter and love.

He and Lee would fill their life with love. That was a given. Will knew that there was no way his life with his husband could be anything less than wonderful.

Not perfect. There was no such thing as absolute perfection.

But he didn't need perfection. As long as he had Lee in his life, in his arms, and in his heart, that was perfect as far as he was concerned. He needed nothing else.

All he needed was the man he loved. And as long as the music went on, the two of them would keep on dancing through their lives, happy with each other, secure in the knowledge that they would always be in love, and that what they had would never fade away.

Will was even more sure of that as he gazed into his new husband's eyes, and saw an answering look of love in the blue depths of Lee's gaze.

And when their lips met, it was perfection. It was sublime.

The music went on, and they kept dancing.