Chapter 15.4 – Bellflower in Full Bloom
At the end of the video, Zhou Yun Sheng click-clacked away at the keyboard and quickly found out which hospital Xue Jing Yi had gone to.
She didn’t die, but due to her weak body she was unable to go on trial. Even if she was sentenced, she still had the chance of going on parole in order to receive medical treatment.
But so what? She was homeless now. Instead of being released out into the wild, it would be more comfortable for her to just squat in jail.
She was unwilling to sign that document, but Xue Zi Xuan unilaterally announced that he had terminated his sibling relationship, and then filed a complaint with the court for enforcement.
The parents who once loved her now hated her to the bone, and her favorite brother felt sick just from looking at her. None of them wanted her anymore. This made her feel like she had nothing left to live for.
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What Xue Jing Yi was feeling, whether or not she regretted her actions, and whether or not she would die of heartbreak, Zhou Yun Sheng didn’t care about any of that at all.
After skimming over all the related news, he knew that all the people who had once hurt him before, and all the people who had attempted to hurt him before were now in miserable states, and he felt relieved.
Just as Zhou Yun Sheng was preparing to turn off the computer, the weibo that he had registered anonymously suddenly let out a sharp and clear beep. There was an update from someone he was following, and the only person he was following was Xue Zi Xuan.
Right now the Xue family was a mess, facing internal trouble and outside aggression, and Xue Zi Xuan actually had the mood to post on his weibo at such a time?
Driven by curiosity, Zhou Yun Sheng casually clicked on the alert and found that the man had only written one line and posted a very short video.
“Waiting for you to come back, no matter how long [it takes].”
It was a simple sentence. There were no cute emoticons or gorgeous emojis to dress it up.
Below that was an attached video, and it showed: A large, slender, white hand with clearly defined joints lightly patted a one-and-a-half foot tall metal egg. The egg shook. The shell opened up with clicking sounds, and short hands and feet grew out. Then it knelt down and begged for mercy with a funny metallic tone: “Master I am wrong, Master forgive me! Master I am wrong, Master forgive me…”
The video played continuously in a loop, and the voice of the villain system admitting its mistakes pounded against his eardrums and lingered. Zhou Yun Sheng stared at the screen and was silent for a long time.
On the other side of the earth, Xue Zi Xuan was staring at the screen in a trance after posting on his weibo.
Thanks to his investigations in the previous life, he knew that the teenager liked the Internet very much. He collected all kinds of electronic products, and he also collected all kinds of news. He also liked to use anonymous accounts to peep around online, and tease his fans along the way.
Once the teenager escaped the murk [of the Xue family], his life was very wonderful and happy. In the previous life, Xue Yan was the one to accompany him.
In this life, who would be the one to accompany him?
Thinking of this, Xue Zi Xuan felt heart-piercing pain again. He covered his chest and whined low. No one knew how much he once hated Xue Yan and wanted to replace him. No one knew that he was once so close to happiness, and that he only needed to stretch out his hand to hold it.
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Right now, where was the boy who could make him extremely happy with just a look and a smile? Was he living in fear? Was he tired? Was he eating well? Did he have enough clothes to wear?
Xue Zi Xuan cared about him so much that he wished to split his soul in two, put half of it inside the teenager’s heart, and use the other half as a string to tie it to his wrist.
But these were all just delusions in the end.
Xue Zi Xuan covered his reddened eyes and struggled for a long time before pulling himself out of this desperate abyss. He waited for the youth for one lifetime. Then he could wait for him for two, three lifetimes. For every lifetime.
“No matter where you are, remember to eat well. Go to bed on time. Don’t stay up late. Don’t sleep in clothes just because you are too lazy to take them off. It’s uncomfortable and it would be easy to catch a cold. And most importantly, pay attention to safety.” Xue Zi Xuan finished typing out this message, but couldn’t send it out. He switched off his weibo, and sighed in disappointment and frustration.
Xue Zi Xuan has not given up on searching, but Xiao Yi was really smart. He didn’t leave a single trace.
Thinking about it, Xiao Yi could build a ghost-like car that he could drive around freely and remotely. Then naturally, he could also disappear like a ghost. Whether it was in the previous life or in this life, Xiao Yi was no ordinary person.
Zhou Yun Sheng read Xue Zi Xuan’s new weibo word by word, and really had to hand it to the man. Even from such a distance, his nagging nature could not be changed.
T/N: The raws are a little confusing here. It said that XZX couldn’t send out that long message. The reason wasn’t specified. It sounded like it could be an Internet error, or that he physically could not press the button to post it because of his overwhelming emotions or something. But then it goes on to say that ZYS read his nagging message… So I can only assume the message did end up going out in the end, or ZYS has hacked XZX’s weibo. I tried to read ahead a little to see if the raws clear anything up, but it doesn’t seem to, and it ultimately doesn’t affect the progression of the story, so don’t worry about it, I guess. >_<