#Yamada Ryosuke’s POV
Friend becomes love.First time I laughed at the cliché. For me it's a silly thing. Boy and girl who havebeen friends for a long time might not love each other, and even dating. Theywould know the plus and minus of each. Friendship relations are usually moreopen than love relationships.But now I admitted that I was choked back the words that have been saidfirmly by me,
I will never love my friend - more than just friends
. I neverthoug
ht to love Mirai, my friend. But what’s my control? That feeling came
without my invitation, and what I hate was that I could not throw it out.I've been friends with Mirai. Many friends were gossiping about us going outand we just responded with a laugh.Mirai was a type of girl that was easy to be predicted. Easy to express herfeeling. Easy to fall in love, but easily discouraged. She was unique - I think.Umm, maybe because of that I love her.Mirai often came to me with a variety of expressions. Sometimes she camewith a big smile and beaming eyes - when she has just received her admiredman's love. Sometimes she came to me with his face bent in such a way andteary eyes - when she had just broken up with her boyfriend. And I ~ I alwayswelcome her when she came to me with any circumstances. I tried to alwaysbe there whenever she needed me. I did this because she's my best friend? Orbecause I love her? I dunno.Obviously I just wanted to see her always smiling. Ipromised to myself, I would protect her until the last limit of my ability - until Istop breathing.~ (^ _ ^) ~Tiit~ Tiit~Click~"
, what’s up Mirai?" I said to the girl across the line.
, Ryo," Mirai’s voice sounds a bit hoarse.
"What happened? Are you okay?" I asked, worried. Mirai was silent, sobbing."Are you crying?" I asked again.