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It's something I made to celebrate fall.
Alt Title: The Goddess that Loves Humans (One in Particular)
Time: Mid-late Autumn
Special thanks to BSD for helping me with the dance as well as proofing.
I wonder what Shizuha wants. From the invitation she sent, it sounds like something special is going to happen. I'm glad she's getting more confident about herself, as constantly placing herself in her sister's shadow is never a good thing. There it is, their cabin; it shouldn't be much longer until I get inside.
Ah, nice and cozy... there's a letter on the table. "Sorry Kazuo. I had to practice some more things, but I should be back shortly." I can still smell the leafy scent that she has. Well, I might as well try to finish coloring this picture of the first time I saw her dancing last autumn. It could count as love at first sight, and it was what sparked my artistic streak as if she were one of the famed muses from the west. Until news of that Scholar and the bug girl made its way around, I merely talked with her about stuff, as well as showing some of my earlier work. She may be associated with a chilly season, but it didn't show on her personality. I remember how she was talking about them at the flower shop. It was then I figured I'd try my chance, how ever slight it was.
To my great surprise, she actually liked me as well. She said she enjoyed our dates and how we often talked about nature and its beauty. I found out that I was the main one interested in her, with most being far more interested in her sister. She may have the curves most guys want, but to me, there's no outdoing Shizuha. This picture is something I feel embodies her perfectly, her grace, warmth and the beauty she brings to fall. No idea what I would do with this, but I feel it has to be finished. Even when she's absent, she drives my creativity. I look around and notice some flowers... the same that I got her when I sold my first piece to Mr. Miyamoto.
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