Hello again. This is the last of my Rin/Hisao fan scenes trilogy. I don`t think I can really add to this, unless you think I can and give me a really good idea. XD

insert everything I said in the last two here

Anyhoo, please enjoy the finale of Impossibility!

Hisao learns about Rin`s problem and Rin learns about Hisao`s feelings.

"Impossibility"

I was feeling a little sluggish today. After yesterday`s activities with Rin, I don`t think I`ll be ready for another outing in a while.

I visited Rin`s room anyway, to keep her company. She really has been seeming pretty lonely lately. As her friend, I felt I should at least find out what`s going on.

When I got to her room, the door was partially opened, an unusually depressed-looking Rin splayed out on her un-made bed, her auburn hair looking messier than usual.

I took the liberty of opening the door and letting myself in. I wasn`t sure what she was trying to achieve with the partially-opened door. Knowing Rin, it was either an observational self-project she was working on or she was just too tired to close the door fully before falling on top of her bed.

"Rin?"

She shifted around on the bed before fixating her head in my direction.

"Oh, it`s you, Hisao."

I was no judge when it came to personal infliction on words, but her usual deadpan tone sounded more… broken than normal. I think she had been crying.

"Hey… are you okay?"

She shrugged the best shrug she could do without any arms in that particular position. It almost looked like she was trying.

"I`m fine. I guess I`ve just been feeling like there`s no one here to keep me company lately. Except for the clouds. And butterflies. I like butterflies. Although I don`t get to see them very often."

Now that she was looking at me, her eyes looked pretty wet. They were even showing a bit of pink. Only the faintest tint, of course, but they were pink. My guess was right. She was crying.

"So… you`ve been lonely?"

"No, not really. I just wasn`t quite feeling not alone."

"I haven`t seen you with Emi much lately. Did something happen?"

Rin looked away from me for a moment, then back.

"Well, she came down with a cold, so she kept telling me to stay away from her. So now I`m here."

"Rin, you haven`t been seeing Emi at all?"

She looked at me quizzically, as if I had just said something completely out of the blue. Fancy that.

"… Hisao, this isn`t about you. But I suppose it can be if you want, although I wouldn`t like that very much. Or maybe I would. But right now, it`s not, and I don`t have to say anything to you."

I took her bemusing words into consideration, trying to place my response as orderly as possible.

"Rin, you…"

Rin looked at me expectantly.

"… You don`t have to say that in front of me. I`m your friend, and I`m here for you, ok?"

"… Ok."

Rin struggled to get up for a minute and pushed herself towards me.

"Hisao?"

"Yes?"

"… Stay with me for a while."

I bent down and pulled her into a warm hug.

"I`ll stay with you for as long as you need me to."

She brushed up against me, indicating a hug back in terms of her lack of arms.

"Thanks, Hisao. You`re a good friend."

I smiled to myself.

"I can`t say I don`t try."

"Hisao…"

"Hm?"

"… You just said it."

There was a long pause, and finally, I started to laugh. Rin remained silent, as expected of her. She was never really one to get jokes so much as not realize how funny she sounds at times.

I leaned in and kissed her on the lips.

"… I love you, Rin."

She looked up at me, her deep, green eyes staring into mine like wells, emotion lurking somewhere below the surface. She blinked.

"Well, no one`s ever done that to me before."

I pulled her in again and stroked her hair.

"Well, I did it just now, didn`t I?"

"… Yes, you did."

She reached up to me and kissed me back.

"And now I`ve done it to you."

"Yeah."

"Hisao?"

"Yes?"

"Let`s stay here like this."

"Forever?"

She looked back up at me.

"There is no such thing as forever, Hisao."

"Sure there is."

"How?"

"Rin, nothing`s impossible."

"Are you sure?"

"Of course I am. We`re here, aren`t we?"

"… Yeah. I guess we are."

I looked out the window, where the sun was still beaming brightly.

"Still think the sun tastes like skittles, Rin?"

"Maybe. Although there is only one way to find out. What do you think?"

I looked at her and grinned.

"I think that if we were to go up there and find out for ourselves, we`d both be burned alive before we got a taste."

She closed her eyes thoughtfully and leaned into my chest.

"Yeah, you`re probably right."