Living With and Without Uchiha Itachi

The Hundredth Day

The day she was buried…

…he was there.

He lay a bouquet of pink[1] and white Carnations[2] on her grave.

And a Sweet-William[3] as a symbol of his past yearning.


[1] 'I will never forget you' in Hanakotoba

[2] 'Pure/Sweet love' in Hanakotoba

[3] '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'

Author's Notes:

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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