2 Works in Female Estonia/Finland (Hetalia)
“Ber, do you think it is a sin to love?”
“Of course not, Mette. Why would you say that? Isn’t love the greatest thing a person could ever receive, or ever give? After all, it is only by love that you can understand your conscience, and God–”
“But God lied. He lay down all these rules to be followed, but they have only caused wars and destruction. He told us to love and forgive, but He took the lead in judging and killed the innocent indiscriminately. He said to love one another, but people who pursue love end up getting hurt, imprisoned, stoned, burned… like Antonio and Lo–”
“They deserved it. It’s abnormal. It’s wrong.”
“What is? Love? Them? Aren’t we all the same? They’re just like you and me, no?”
“Yes. But, no. Because it’s against nature–”
“And what about your ‘wife’?”
In which a mismatched couple married only to avoid social stigma, both in mourning and trapped in an unrequited love, learn to tolerate each other, forgive, and move on.
1 - "Ti sopporto solo perché ti amo, lo sai?"
2 - In sauna si sta come si sta in chiesa.
3 - "E poi dici che sono io, quello strano."
4 - Non è che le piaccia renderla gelosa, ma …
[FinEst in ogni sua forma, unrequieted e requieted]