"Are you sure you want this? You've always wanted people to know your existence. This is a golden chance. You could live how you used to live."
Maya shook her head as faint smile adorned her face, her amethyst eyes reflected resolution.
"Along the way, I've come to realize what I really want. It's not attention that I want. It's not respect I want from people. It's not sadness I want from my brother. What I really want is just one person. Just that one person who would remember me, The forgotten, and come looking for me."
"Your explanation goes beyond my head. Okay, if that's want you want, I'll willingly brainwash everyone again just like seven years ago."
"And, what about him? What about Arnold?"
She didn't answer but it was clear he was no exception. She walked away, her cloak fluttering behind her.
The next day, Maya stood on the top of the tower inside Sun Palace's premise. She watched as slowly everyone forgot her, yet again. She watched as she was replaced by Ivy in their memory. But, that was for the good. She owed her so much. The only thing Maya could do is return the favor by ten folds. Even though, Ivy would totally forget Maya along with her previous life, Maya was more than happy to clear all the debt.
So, no. There was not an ounce of regret surfacing in her chest. She looked at them, the happy family down below, last time and dissappear ed somewhere far from everyone, to wait for the arrival for that 'chosen' to come and whisk her- The forgotten- away from all this sufferings.