Another new story! Haha. This first chapter shall be short. I don't have enough time. Sorry.
Water - that was how I could see it, but his eyes could see more; a source of satisfaction that would let you do anything such as dive deeply, thrust your fingers unto the water and so on. For him, the best part about it was being free. The very contact of it unto his body would make him lose himself in a positive way. He's calm but he's calmer within the existence of water. That was something I couldn't understand about his perception towards the topic.
Rival – his rival was a person eager enough to beat him. Despite that, he still had his composure. All he cared about was water, swimming and freestyle. He was very hard to read except for anything related to swimming. Nonetheless, the way he swims was full of grace; something that should be seen by the world.
Emotionless – I couldn't read through him. I couldn't read past him. He always had that poker face of his. He barely shows emotions rather than the blank daily routine. He was mysterious enough for me. He was different. Among his friends, he was the one who stood out the most in my eyes.
First Love – my first love was the snow while he, on the other hand, was the waterfall. He wasn't that fond of the snow because he knew what it meant; winter. During winter, the waters become cold. He couldn't swim just as he pleased because if he did, he would get sick. I wasn't fond of waterfalls either because I couldn't see it the way he did. I could see it as something with rocky sides and continuous water falling from the top's middle part. It was stupid; very stupid.
Despite those things, I learned to love him and I learned to change. His name, however, was too girly for his own good and it was Haruka Nanase.