the one where your soulmate’s first words to you are written on your body.
Hitoshi was the only one of his siblings to have a soulmate marker develop at the young age of twelve years. His parents were delighted, especially since they had soulmate marks of their own, and his sisters thought it was ‘super lucky!’ of him. Kokeshi, his brother, was two and had no viable opinion on the matter.
He didn’t think it was all that special himself. It was one of the most common phrases one could imagine being their soulmate mark. “Sorry, excuse me!” It said, scrawled halfway down his arm. The mark itself was a sort of sea blue-green, always shifting in the light, one way or another.