[ Narrowing his eyes Isa agreed ] Yes you shouldn’t be, but you are and nothing can change that… I suppose.
[Giving him a look ] You can ask, no guarantee that I will answer you, ask away, I have things I must do soon. I’m a very busy birdie you see…
Yes, I’m aware! I, too, have my next lesson soon so I’d better be quick, right? But let’s get right to the point, haha. [It was already the second time Hitori had found himself tittering nervously, and he wasn’t quite used to this kind of atmosphere. Why was the Doctor so impatient? Nageki was the only brother he had left, the quail expected at least a tad bit of sympathy-!
However, he could only be grateful to that Isa Souma who had been the first to give them hope, and comply with his attitude no matter what -as long as there was the smallest chance.] As you said, Nageki’s been sending letters, and that’s how we keep in touch. He hasn’t told me anything about his health lately, though, and it sort of worries me. I’m sure you must be taking great care of him, but I still hoped you would reassure me, Doctor. Is everything fine? [He inquired expectantly.]
[ Oh… those letters that he had let the other mail out. Of course, the letters were screened and sometimes things were taken out that would prove most…. harmful to their cause ] Ah, everything is absolutely perfect Mr. Uzune. Why, I think he might be getting better! It will still be a long way until he is totally cleared, but I can assure you he is in good hands.
[ He had to make sure the guy wouldn’t do anything reckless, like break into their lab to see his brother. he couldn’t let the other know of the experiments. ]