Fates Supports/Felicia Hisame(PC)
Felicia: Hello, Hisame. Do you have a moment?
Hisame: Oh, hello, Mother. What do you—? Wait, is that—? Why do you have that?!
Felicia: Aha! I thought it was yours. I just found it while I was going through my stuff. It's a diary, correct?
Hisame: Y-yes. It is. Why? Did you read any of it?
Felicia: Of course not! I would never do something so rude! Besides, I couldn't read it even if I wanted to. There's a lock on it.
Hisame: Oh, thank the gods! I'd forgotten about that! May I have it, then?
Felicia: Oh. Um. Sure!
Hisame: Excelle— Mother? You, um...you can let go now. ...Is something wrong?
Felicia: Well... I just thought... Now I'm curious about what you wrote in there... Isn't that funny? Hahahaha.
Hisame: H-hey! No! I'd very much prefer it if you didn't indulge that curiosity. There are some things that should remain private. Even from one's mother.
Felicia: O-oh, I see. That's OK. You're a healthy young man, after all. It's only natural that a boy your age should be having those sorts of thoughts. But to fill a whole book...
Hisame: Just what are you trying to imply?! I'll have you know that diary is from when I was much younger! To be honest, I don't even remember what I wrote. I just know it was private.
Felicia: Oh, really?
Hisame: Yes, really. May I please have the book back now?
Felicia: OK... Here you are.
Hisame: Thank you. Now, if you don't mind, I'll be on my way.
Felicia: I know he needs his privacy... But...I'm...just...so...curious!
Felicia: Hello, Hisame. I had some questions about that old diary of yours.
Hisame: What? You did read it, didn't you?!
Felicia: No, don't worry! I promise! It just got me thinking, is all. When you were little, we didn't get to spend much time together, right? So I was wondering if you might be willing to share anything you happen to find in it... Things about you. What you were like. Stories, you know? Is that OK?
Hisame: Of course it is, Mother. It makes me very happy to hear you say that. Hm. Perhaps we could read it together?
Felicia: Are you sure? You seemed so upset at the idea I'd already read some of it.
Hisame: Yes... I think it will be fine. It would be fun to look back on that time with you. But I truly don't remember what I wrote. So I reserve the right to skip over anything we might find which I do not wish to share.
Felicia: Heehee, all right. Let's do it!
Hisame: Right now? All right, let me just find the key... Ah! There we go. Let's see... "Today was a great day. Mama came to see me!" "I wonder when I'll get to see her next. Maybe it'll be real soon this time." "We got to play a lot today! I don't think I'll feel lonely again for a while." Heh. It appears as though I wrote about your visits on nearly every page.
Felicia: You spent so much time thinking about us... You were such a wonderful boy. And you still are. Heehee.
Hisame: Haha. I'm actually surprised that there's nothing about my daily life in here. You'd think I'd have written about something else. At least a few times... But I suppose those visits were always the things I looked forward to most. It was a rare treat, after all.
Felicia: Yes. It is such a blessing that we can see each other every day now. We must appreciate every moment we are given.
Hisame: Heh. I feel the same way, Mother.
Hisame: Mother? You don't seem well. Is everything all right?
Felicia: Huh? Oh, yes. I'm fine.
Hisame: Then why do you look so distressed? Or...is it something you'd prefer not to discuss with your son?
Felicia: No, no. I'm just...still thinking about that old diary of yours. I was very happy you let me read it with you, but...it was hard to hear, too. You thought about us all the time, even though we were rarely able to visit you. I feel so terrible... We caused you so much pain and loneliness.
Felicia: I'm sure you think this is all too little, too late...but I feel it's better not left unsaid. I am so sorry, Hisame...
Hisame: Please...it's all right. I understand why things had to be the way they were. Besides, I'm happier now than I have ever been. As a child, all I'd think about was when I might see you and Father next. But now I fight alongside you. I can contribute. I have purpose. So do not trouble yourself too much over me. I am content.
Felicia: Hisame... Thank you... It helps a lot to hear you say that.
Hisame: It was nothing. But I am glad to know you're feeling better.
Felicia: I am. And I promise...I will never allow us to be parted like that again!
Hisame: And I pray the day never comes when anything threatens to part us. Thank you, Mother.