Despite glaucoma, Tetsuo spends his days on drawing pictures of fireworks after his wife passed away. One day, his only son, Yuji visits him. Tetsuo is not welcoming his repudiated son, but he hands out his drawing that contains the old memory of his family, watching the back of his son as someone.
DON’T EDIT ANYTHING BELOW. IT WONT SHOW ON THE FRONTEND. IGNORE EVERYTHING PAST THIS POINT!!!!!!
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