After the Cold War, many countries have noticed that Russia is quiet, dark, and more to himself than before. Not only is he keeping his feelings to himself, but he is also getting consumed by his own sorrow. After all, being lonely can affect you more than you think.
Even though America holds a fear of Russia and his aura, he still has sympathy for the lonely nation. You could even say that his sympathy is romantic in its own way.
On the night of America's birthday, Russia sees something in America's blue sapphire eyes, a bright sparkly star that shines lighter than a firework. He doesn't say anything about the star he saw in America's eyes, but other countries sense that he's hiding his true feelings for the American nation.
Russia soon develops deep feelings for America after they start talking and hanging out more, but unfortunately, England already stole America's heart. Both Russia and England see a sparkle in America's eyes, which soon leads to a rivalry between the two nations
America needs to choose; it's either the brightened sunflower or the closest ally.
This story is a re-written version of "The Blue in His Eyes"
Does not contain sexual or violent content, nor any strong language