Bird: Heron, you’re back! I’m glad to see you.
Heron: thanks for your kind words, Bird, I needed some comfort.
Bird: what’s going on?
Heron: I met someone in the south.
Bird: but it’s wonderful, why are you sad?
Heron: I don’t know if she’s going to come here.
Bird: then why did you leave her?
Heron: I don’t like the south in summer, it’s too hot and humid.
Bird: and what does she think of the north?
Heron: she doesn’t like it, she is very sensitive to the cold.
Bird: then you’ll have to find a place somewhere in between…
Heron: I know, but I don’t want not to come in A Singular Domain anymore. I love this place and I love its inhabitants, you included, although you often make fun of me.
Bird: ha, Heron, you are suddenly very sentimental, but don’t worry, confidence for confidence, I make fun of you only because I love you.
Heron: Bird, I knew I could count on you.
Bird: so, for Heronee, what do you plan to do?
Heron: I want to convince her to come and join me here because she doesn’t know that it is warmer than she thinks, and that my friends could be hers.
Bird: did you tell her that?
Heron: yes, of course, she even told me to go back, but she didn’t promise anything.
Bird: she must be thinking. A woman needs time before making a decision.
Heron: do you speak knowingly?
Bird: weeks and weeks were necessary to conquer Birdee. I thought I would completely lose my voice.
Heron: what is your advice then, patience and perseverance?
Bird: isn’t it what defines you? It should be easy.
Heron: it’s easy when I’m catching fishes, but for Heronee, it’s different, she troubles me a lot.
Bird: enjoy it, you haven’t been been troubled for a long time, haven’t you?
Heron: yes, you’re right, but I’m not sure I’m as wise as you are at this time.
Bird: to be wise and to be in love, it hardly goes well together!