Name 13/05/03(Fri)08:35 No.6041
"When he learned that the child did not appear to remember a single thing, he did not seem shocked in the slightest - He could tell that the boy's new caretaker found that detail particularly unnerving, and, in an earlier time, he might have relished it, but not anymore, not after SHE had gone. Still, in many ways, it was practical - If he remembered the incidet, it might have created far too much of a hassle in the unlikely case that he would be forced to involve the boy in the plan. So it was probably for the better - Still, for some reason, he could not help but feel a little indignated. It looked like the events of those early years, the transient window of light that fate had allowed them, would remain his secret forever."