Dear Merlin, I am telling you now, because I’m afraid that it might be too late one day if I don’t: This was the most fun I’ve ever had. You’re next to me in my life. You’re the best person in the world, and I wouldn’t change a thing. Please remember me, even when I’m not there anymore one day to pick on you, and laugh at you, and call you names. You said I made you feel special. Well, you are special. And I would spend centuries with you if I could. I fear that the universe would rip in half if we went further apart than this, but I don’t think we have a choice. It’s not fair, but none of it ever was. Whatever the future holds, though, I don’t want you to change. I want you to always be you. Let’s make it the best life we can. Love, Arthur.
the stillness of the dining room, the only sound that could be heard was the
clang of Eisuke’s utensils on his plate. Across him sat little Ryusei, who only
stared at his untouched food with empty eyes.
You’re not hungry?” Eisuke asked slowly.
boy shook his head without looking up from his plate.
sighed in defeat, putting his utensils down. “Do you want to go to bed
Ryusei nodded in
assent. Gingerly, the boy pushed back his chair and gave a little bow, leaving
Eisuke alone with his thoughts.
suppose it’s not going to be easy, huh?” he said to no one in particular.
And it won’t ever be easy again. Not with
Just three days
ago, Eisuke was staring into Soryu’s and MC’s coffins. Both of them looked
deceptively peaceful, as if they were only asleep—that anytime, they’d wake up
from their long nap and mess around in the penthouse like always.