Huang Tu Should Be The Only One In Her Mind, Right？
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Gu Xijiu was not surprised that he had saved her, but she was stunned that he has would go against all his clans to support her.That was equivalent to challenging the whole world!
After all, all ten of his teachers were the most powerful people in the world, and each of them was a great influencer. Even if their Kung Fu was not powerful, they could still roam around the world without being threatened due to their connections.
Betrayal was a grave sin regardless of what realm. It was a shame, and one could never get rid of that dark spot. Yet, he was willing to risk everything for the ‘evil woman.’ How much courage did he need to do that? Or was he just a silly kid?
How much did he know about her? How could he sacrifice so much without even understanding her mission or intention?
Gu Xijiu had a complicated feeling and felt a little depressed. His infatuation seemed overwhelming for her; she was afraid that she could not bear with it.
Guan Jinhua and the rest finally left after a series of criticism toward the ‘evil woman’; they did not notice Gu Xijiu at all. Gu Xijiu took leaped and landed in front of the rock. She realized that his handwriting was terrific. It was out of this world!
Upon careful observation, Gu Xijiu found the trick to the poem after reading it twice. The last two phrases were modified from the phrases created by Li Bai in ‘Jian Ke Xing.’ The original poem should be, ‘Leaving with a flick of his sleeve after completing a task, and get his footprints and his name hidden forever.’
Her gaze stopped at the last two sentences as it had a profound impact on her.She remembered that there were many similar poems engraved in the Crystal Palace, and most of it was exactly the same as the two sentences.
Since she lost part of her memories, she could not find the reason she was so obsessed with the two sentences to the extent she had to engrave it everywhere. However, there must be a reason that she had put in so much effort to try to remind herself about something.
She remembered that the two characters ‘Fu’ and ‘Yi’ were extraordinarily big when she engraved it, would that be the thing she tried to remind herself? However, Huang Tu should be the only one in her mind, right? And, the memories she had lost were all related to Huang Tu.
Since she knew that she had a special relationship with Huang Tu and that they were husband and wife, she always thought that the poems she engraved should be about him. However, she suddenly had a strange idea as she looked at the poems made by Di Fuyi. Was ‘Fuyi’ the nickname used by Huang Tu?!
It was common for men with special statuses to have two names. Was his second name ‘Huang Fuyi’? Huang Fuyi… She repeated the words several times, but she found that ‘Di Fuyi’ sounded better than ‘Huang Fuyi.’
Her heart was racing. How could it be such coincidence that both of them also changed the same words of the poem? Was it fate?
Perhaps, the current Di Fuyi might be the reincarnation of Huang Tu.
Gu Xijiu’s heart was pounding in her chest as she quickly tapped the Firmament Stone and asked, “Little Cang, is Shen Nianmo the reincarnation of Huang Tu?”
The Firmament Stone, who has been well-behaved, tried its best to conceal the truth. “Heavenly secrets should not be disclosed.” That was what it answered after an intense internal struggle.
The Firmament Stone felt that its master has been interacting quite well with Shen Nianmo, it was good just to keep it that way. Furthermore, the mystical messenger had warned it before that it should not disclose any information; otherwise, it would bring disaster to its master.