It was pouring down.
The sky was dark and leaden.
The typical autumn climate.
The air was full of those warm flavors that were classic to this season.
I had the day off, since we had been very good in the previous days, we had earned some free time.
I had spent the morning lounging in bed, dedicating myself to taking care of me and totally relaxing.
But since at some point I found myself getting bored, I decided to go out and get some fresh air.
Although it poured out, I couldn't ask for better.
I loved walks on such days, they invigorated my spirit, they make me feel good.
I put on my jacket and shoes, took my beautiful umbrella and left the house.
I had walked to a small artificial park.
It was late afternoon, although it seemed almost sunset time, thanks to the weather.
I stopped for a second and let myself be lulled by the sound of the rain.
I also felt the cars passing in the distance, and all this created a symphony with falling drops.
It almost seemed like the scene of a movie, it was something magical.
I felt so relaxed.
A drop fell on my nose, making me return to reality.
I noticed a person sitting on a bench not far from me.
He had something known, but I didn't understand what.
He was without an umbrella, and from the way he was bent, I could clearly see that something was wrong.
I decided to approach cautiously, after all he was still a stranger, I didn't know how he could react.
A few steps and I was in front of him.
He had put his hands on his face and started sobbing.
He had not noticed that I had approached.
Those wet black raven hairs were so familiar, those small but masculine hands too.
It couldn't be him.
- Jimin ... What are you doing here, under the rain? - I whispered faintly.
He raised his hands from his face, and looked up at me.
He had swollen eyes, the face set from the drops and a disconsolate expression, that gripped my heart.
He didn't answer, he just started sobbing louder than before.
To be the one who had insulted me with his friends in those famous episodes, he was really reduced to a rag.
He seemed to be really suffering, although there was not this great knowledge.
I decided to ignore my pride and did something I never thought I'd do with him.
I hugged him.
I knew he had behaved really badly towards me, but seeing him there alone, under the rain, had left me stunned.
I couldn't turn my back on someone who was sick.