Chapter 1 – Maria At the Seaside 

Accompanying the bouquet of birthday flowers was a letter.

Since you never listen to me, I’ll be leaving you a letter.

I wonder when we stopped talking to each other.
We used to get along well in the past, at least during our childhood.

You probably don’t remember, but you were so adorable when you followed me.
Perhaps we will cross paths, who knows?

As an elder brother, I would like to get along well with you, my sister, for the long time ahead.

Won’t you talk to me? 

Should you not like that, let’s hold a conversation every day, even if it’s only for moments.

The ringing of the bell signalled the end of the day.
Upon the cue of this bell, the seaside town wrapped up its work.

As she viewed the sky fading into the evening from the old monastery on the hill, a sigh escaped her lips.
The town, dominated by white houses, has assumed a vermilion hue.

“Maria, it is time for prayer.”

“Yes, Sister Sally.”

She followed her educator, Sister Sally.

Despite her arrival here in only two months, she felt as if she were in her birthplace.
It made her wonder if she hailed from this town.

After concluding her prayer, Maria would tend to the orphans.
It was bedtime for the little ones.
Perhaps owing to the devout piety of the residents, the or

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