Hetalia: Letters Since the 900s
Based on the Vocaloid song 15 Years of Pursuing a Cute Boy


Ever since you went off to war you plagued my thoughts. Every week, I wrote you a new letter. I poured my heart into it. Even now, I await your reply.

When France brought the news of your 'death', I refused to believe it. So I continue to send you letters. Letters about everything.

Someday I hope to see your replies. It's been forever and I still haven't gotten one. Meanwhile, I continue to send you letters.

I've been waiting since the 900s, and I have yet to receive a reply. A reply I have yet to see.

Renaissance began in my half of Italy. Aren't you proud? Now I can paint for you every day.

The Great Plague hit all of us hard, I spent most of my days on a bed. I lost about one-third of my people, but I'll recover, so don't you worry.

I've been waiting since the 900s, and I have yet to receive a reply. A reply I have yet to see.

It's been a while since I've had time to write. I've found a new friend that looks like how you'd be if you had grown up. He acts just like you, too!

I was a part of the Triple Alliance, with Germany and Austria-Hungary. Then the Great War rolls around, and I'm part of the Allies, alongside Britain, France, Russia, the United States.

Soon after, World War II started. I'm on the attacking side as a part of the Axis. We've taken over lots of land. I wanna know how you feel about this as I have yet to hear a single reply.

World War II ended. We surrendered. The world is now in peace. The kind of peace you fought for. It's been around a millennium and I still have yet to see your replies.

I've been waiting since the 900s, and I have yet to receive a reply. A reply I have yet to see.

It's now in the 2000s and the age of electronic technology. Maybe you can send me an email, or even a text message.

Writing another message, the battery ran out. When I went to get the charger, I saw the painting you worked so hard on. With a sudden realization, I knew you have already returned. Welcome home, Luddy.


A/N: It's a happy ending, not a bittersweet one. Try listening to the original one, with your choice of subtitles, to better understand the song. Nenchakukei Danshi no 15-nen Nechi Nechi, or, 15 Years of Pursuing a Cute Boy.

Don't trust the facts in here! I did some research but not much (read: I surfed/skimmed the Wikipedia pages of Italy, WWI, WWII, and some other related pages).