Didn't read this book (or the last one), but...
Hello, I'm uri uri.
This time, the story is what I had to tearfully cut out from the last book. It would have been a waste, so I made it into a book. In fact, I planned for it to be before [whatever the previous book is called], but because of time and also the story's atmosphere, I had to cut it.
That's why, even though the story is stand-alone, I have to say that it's like an Ex-Stage.
When put in the Ex, it gains a kind of forcefulness. (Deceptive advertisement)
Thinking back, last Summer was weeping over sunflowers and this Spring was weeping over roses,
and I said I wouldn't draw them for a while, but before I knew it, I drew both of them, which is proof I haven't learned my lesson (or "proof I never learn my lesson"). But still, I diligently draw roses and sunflowers. Those who say I'll never ___ always do it again, don't they? I kind of think so. [?]
By the way, I've never been to a sunflower field. Just once, I want to see the real live thing, not just a picture. Just leisurely spending time watching the sunflowers over a vast landscape. The time I've spent saying I was busy and hurrying through my life, I want to spend the same amount of time leisurely viewing the sunflowers. [?]
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