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A dark cloud seemed to be hovering over Tora’s head when he left the meeting room with his mother. The teen stared blankly at his mother’s back as he followed her down the school’s hallway. The brunette student knew his mother was just as upset as he was, but the older woman was far better at masking her frustration and disappointment than her son was capable of.
He was in a bad mood, though he also knew he had no one else to blame this time.
This morning, he and his mother both went back to school in order to meet his headteacher and the coach of the school’s football team. The request had been sent to Mrs. Amano a few days ago, but Tora and his mother had agreed to keep quiet about it for the time being, so the other family members would not be disturbed by this sudden request.
Being summoned to school like this was not a casual matter; therefore, Tora had already feared for the worst. It wasn’t long before Tora’s worry became tr
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Walking down the crowded street, Hiroto found it difficult to catch up with Shou’s pace, as the other teenager kept walking forward without a pause and without once looking back; but the shorter boy couldn’t bring himself to call out to Shou and ask him to slow down.
Hiroto had already lost trace of time as he did his best to follow Shou from outside of Amano’s household all the way back to town. For the whole time, Shou just wandered from one street to the next with seemingly no destination in mind. For a few times, Hiroto did feel like asking the taller boy where he was going, but he couldn’t work up the courage to do so.
Hiroto remembered there would have been dinner waiting for him at the wedding party, but instead of enjoying it with the other guests, he ended up walking through town with a boy whom he could barely call his friend.
They had never been close, that was for sure. If they were friends, perhaps it would have been easy fo
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Hiroto smiled to himself as he watched the wedding party unfold around him. He had attended a handful of weddings in the past—wedding ceremonies of his own relatives; so, the student had no difficulty getting familiar with the environment. In a sense, despite the unusual circumstance of this marriage—which the guests were unaware of—his best friend’s wedding was just the same as the other he had attended in the past. The same joyous feeling vibrated in the air, the cheerful chat amongst the guests, happiness that seemed to be endless.
That made him wonder, was it the true reason for wedding? A chance not only to celebrate the union of the newlywed couple, but also a chance for relatives and friends to meet; older generation and the younger to gather, to celebrate the birth of a new relationship. Therefore, people could recall the bond of love, kinship and friendship fondly?
Then, it was announced that the wedding feast would soon take place
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Tora’s mood didn’t light up even when he was moving across the hall among so many cheerful guests. The fact that he had left Saga behind with Zero, and the fact that Saga was so engaged with his delightful conversation with the older man that he didn’t even seem to recall he should have came along with Tora to meet their relatives, only made him feel worse.
Above all, the raven haired teen simply didn't seem to be able to get over the fact that Zero guy was Saga's ex boyfriend, nor could he ignore how excited and cheerful Saga seemed to be when Zero came up to them.
Although he knew what was between the blond and Zero must have already been in the past. So currently speaking, most likely there was nothing but friendship between those two, so why did he still feel so bothered by Zero’s presence and how Saga reacted to his ex?
He knew how he had reacted was childish, but he couldn’t help reacting like this.