That boy has always been alone.
When I heard about the student who committed suicide, it turned out to be a familiar face.
I can’t forget the smile he gave me, not for a moment.
I fell in love. And this is the story of how I ended up with a broken heart.
But at least, I wanted to be able to tell him with a smile after everything was over that I had changed.
I didn’t want to betray the version of myself that I believed in.
“Hey, who are these people?”
“Oh, the manager! They are intruders! Please kick them out immediately!”
Fukumura’s ominous declaration froze the atmosphere. Frankly, I was so surprised that my thoughts came to a halt.
The despicable guy seemed to be just as frightened, so he decided to leave before any reckless action could be taken, and he was intimidated by the manager who had finally returned.
“Hey, don’t do whatever you want here.”
He left saying that.
“Ugh, Fukumura-senpai!? Don’t be so provocative! I mean, we appreciate it, but…!”
“Haha… sorry? But you know, I just couldn’t control myself.”
“Control… what is Fukumura planning to do?”
Shuya-senpai asked Fukumura-senpai.
“Well, it’s more like, I was just happy that you denied Shinohara’s idea. That was enough for me…”
“That’s why I told you, this is for my sake.”
After taking a breath, Fukumura-senpai continues as if determined.
“You know, I might end up isolated at school from now on. That’s what I’m trying to do.”
“Don’t misunderstand. This isn’t your fault, Kitami. Please don’t misunderstand that.”
I feel uncomfortable with the words of Fukumura-Senpai. She should know that Senpai doesn’t think like that, but why is she—————-?
“Ah! No way. You—–“
“It’s too late for that now. So, Shuya-kun?”
Shuya-senpai spoke those words that were impossible to refuse, the magical words that he couldn’t reject.
“Don’t leave me alone, okay?”