You have done wonders. We played as children, and then you were taken from your country, your home, your people..everything that marked you as ours was taken...I was but a poor farm boy, but your parents knew that we snuck around to play despite our societal differences...when you were taken, they sent me to search for you. For years I walked the desert, nearly dying of thirst and hunger, but nothing would sway me from finding you.
But...when I did find you...you were in the most unexpected of places. A field...laughing and playing with the bunnies and there was a woman behind you. You called her mom...but why? You were one of us, of the desert, kindred...You seemed happy.
I went back to the desert kingdom, empty handed, empty hearted...with news I had found you, but you were happy where you were...however your parents had already sent another to find you. Risa...now that you know, do you even remember me?
When you came back to me Risa...I knew there was something more than just friendship...my search for you, and the fact I had been the only one to step up and say I would go nevermind that they knew I knew you...I was given 'royal' status...and when they left to find you I tended to the affairs of the kingdom. But you were....different.
You had grown unaccustomed to the harsh desert environment. You bitterly spat words of hate at the woman months ago you had called Mother...but you were sad. I knew it before even you did. The desert was not your home. I...I would never be home to you.
Your parents were hurt and upset...I bore the brunt of that...but in the end, I talked them into letting you leave...right before you proposed your new country to them. You didnt notice the bruises and scrapes I hid beneath my clothes...I did it for you Risa.
When your new kingdom was settling..you parents felt awful for what they'd done to me, and wanted you to have a representative, to remind you your family was there in spirit. So now I am with you always. I'll never tell you how I feel Risa, I know you feel the same, but theres too much at stake. It can never happen.