Oh dearest readers, it is with a heavy heart that I write today. For this shall be my last letter to you before I return to Verona with Romeo. I want to thank you all from the bottom of my heart, for you have been incredibly helpful and supportive of me during my time here. You and the sisters were there for me from the very beginning, and I will never be able to thank you enough.
It is sad to think that soon, I will have completely vanished from this world. Even in Verona, those who travel far can sometimes be reached by letters. In your world, the concept of distance seems much less terrifying, for you have telephones and the Internet. Yet soon, none of your emails or phone calls or letters will reach me. Given time, I wonder if I shall be completely forgotten here. That is, this me that is a living, breathing person, and not just a tragic figure from a story.
Though I regret leaving you in such a way, I am looking forward to returning to my world and seeing those I had left behind. Even more, I am looking forward to putting all of my effort into changing my fate. It shan’t be easy, but I am confident, for Romeo has agreed to help me. Somehow, I know we’ll be able to do it together.
Thank you, once again, everyone. I have learned many things from you and from my time here. I wish to leave you with this advice based on my experiences: even when you feel strongly about something, be willing to listen to the thoughts of others. This way, when the time comes to make a decision, you can be sure to make one you won’t regret.
With these words, I bid you farewell.