Next to Calcilast-sama I hugged a pigeon. Wawa, cute.
I don’t want to let this pigeon go. I want to keep it…
Calcilast-sama said “It became attached to Marikana, huh” excitedly.
I gazed at the pigeon. It’s a good child. It cooed kurukkuu kurukkuu, seemingly delighted. How nice, how pleasant.
The pigeon I’m hugging rubbed its head against my hand and started play-biting.
What is this lovely animal. Unconsciously, I hugged it closely.
Calcilast-sama, looking at the pigeon that now got on my shoulder, said.
“Pigeons… What lovely birds. I wonder if I should ask father to implement pigeon feeding as a national policy…”
Like pouring a shower on Calcilast-sama, I asked him “Did you take such liking to pigeons?”
Calcilast-sama sweetly smiled and said. While stroking a pigeon on the cobblestone paving.