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his grandparents and his parents. The boy was brought up by his grandmother from a young age and was very close to his grandmother. This is the first time he has left home for the first time in the 16 years since he was born. Suddenly I turned around and said to the woman beside me: "I think my grandmother is a very intelligent and awkward person, just like you. I grew up with my grandmother." "Oh? Is it? You seem to miss her very much. Is she worried about you?" the woman asked along the boy's words. "She is very supportive of me. She said that it would be better to accept a better education in the
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future, but I can see that she is worried about me. Oh, she wrote me a letter." The boy took the envelope from his carry-on bag. It came out and handed it to the woman. "Look at it." After a while, the woman returned the letter to the boy. She said, "Her is a good writer. Is she a writer?" The boy shook his head and smiled and said: "Oh, no, she is not. She was a medical soldier when she was fighting." "She is like a poet. You are about to cross the ocean. It is the distance that the sun can't touch. I like this sentence and can see her thoughts on you. After all, you have never left her." The woman stared at the boy and said Yeah, that's the distance the sun can't reach, far from the world's largest ocean. Whenever the sun
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