The Hundredth Day
The day she was buried…
…he was there.
He lay a bouquet of pink and white Carnations on her grave.
And a Sweet-William as a symbol of his past yearning.
 'I will never forget you' in Hanakotoba
 'Pure/Sweet love' in Hanakotoba
 'Grant me one smile' in Hanakotoba, but as Itachi is referring to the past, then it would be 'If you could only grant me one last smile'
All right people, this is it… THE END! Thanks for all your support~ I love ya!
P.S: I might have a surprise in store for you, though~
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