When the elevator's door opens, we enter the top floor.

I walk, my hand pulled by Uncle.

Straight towards the end of the path, to an outlook restaurant.

Lined-up in the glass showcase are chocolate parfaits, pudding parfaits, fried shrimps and omelets, hamburgers with plenty of sauce.

Since today is a special day, I'm told I can eat anything.

I say I want to eat everything, and Uncle kindly laughs.

"Then, a children's lunch."

The fried shrimp, hamburger and omelet were lined up on a single dish. Pudding parfait for the desert. All of it my favourites and they are delicious.

After filling my tummy with the feast, I watch the outside while drinking cream soda and suddenly think

Eh? What special day was it again?

As I put on a puzzled expression, Uncle says something.

But distracted by the scene outside, I can't hear well.

5 thoughts on “ 

    1. krytyk Post author

      Preface and Prologue is the same thing in Japanese, this part of text isn't anyhow named. It's just a single page of text before the prologue. Well, I figure the intention is that there's no name, a detached part of text, a dream.

      1. krytyk Post author

        Exactly. It has no name, it's located before prologue. Thus ??? because I have no idea what the hell is it.


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