The tall boy dried his wet hair with a white towel while standing in front of the mirror. From there he could see a woman in a shabby school uniform standing in the doorway. Tere's facial expression looked so sad, and Resa gave a warm smile when he turned his head as if everything would be fine with that smile.

Tere felt uncomfortable, but he had to be brave to do the apology ceremony this morning. He quickly approached, and then sat on the edge of Resa's bed with a lot of guilt. She didn't know what else to do, so ashamed of Silva who she had made cry last night.

"Last night was so scary," Tere finally said.

The silence that the woman's spirit broke made Resa pause, and he remembered Silva. That beautiful girl who endured all her fear just to help Tere, but ended up crying for so long that her eyes were swollen.

"I didn't mean to do any of that, I really didn't have any intentions. I didn't realize that I'd end up negative, and it's obvious that I'll never be able to go home easi
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