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Re: l'Aurore de la Félicité Universelle [Ulv/Julian]
Wed Jan 22, 2020 8:11 pm
Julian really, genuinely did his best to listen to Ulv. The emptiness in his chest made it rather difficult for him to actually take the words into account, but he did try. Perhaps not out of any genuine care, but rather because he had nothing else to care for at all. He was empty, and as such could filled with near anything.
"I see. I did have a wife, but she and I separated. My...the loss of my daughter was a bit too much for us. For me. She was a good child. Very good."
He was crying. There was no change in his expression, and he made no sound. He had not cried openly since the day she had passed. Tears simply streamed down his face, reminded of her smile, of her boundless cheer, that warmth she brought to his life-
So many things he desperately, unfathomably missed.
Leaning forward to listen intently to Hvit, Félicité looked to only be genuinely curious as to the other Hollow's words. She, after all, had no further frame of reference for her existence than this mirrored hall, and her two compatriots within it. All she particularly knew was that she felt quite content at Julian's self-destructive guilt.
"He has always been very set in his ways. But, then again, his ways have been all but destroyed these past days. I imagine he could not 'change' anymore than one might 'change' a burned down home."
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