Everyone in Iravan knows that the god of sun is in love with the god of fire.
Of course, the god of fire herself is an exception to that.
If someone asks the sun god why he hasn't proposed the goddess fire, he would say,
"What if she rejects me?"
If someone tells him to put an end to his one-sided love, he would say,
"Sun is the fire itself. How do I forget her?"
And if someone corrects him that the sun is not made of fire but plasma and a bunch of gases, he would say,
"My heart burns only for her."
Eshyal gazes at the fire goddess from the sky. At night, he would peek at her realm, hoping to catch her glimpse. It's been going on for countless years.
Even Noras is troubled by this creepy one-sided form of love, but he doesn't want to get involved in the personal lives of gods. Handling Adira's issues have already been enough for him. Now, he wants to concentrate on his pregnant wife.
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