Dear Princess Celestia,
Last night, I hastily wrote a story which I was entirely sure would be thrown to the side like all of my previous fan fictions... However, this was not the case. I was featured within ten hours of submitting the story, and I'm getting wonderful results from my readers.
I feel as though I may have illustrated a beautiful idea of love between siblings to my readers, and I also feel as though I've fully realized how much a little brother or sister can mean to somepony.
When I was nine, I was forced to hold a newborn girl with pale skin and red, curly hair. I hated my mother for making me hold her, and I hated that baby just for being born... That night, she was given to a foster home because we couldn't take care of her. It's been seven years, and I'm crying as I write to tell you that it hurts to have wasted seven years with her already.
I hope my readers have learned as well as I have through this story how important our siblings really are... I hope none of them make the mistake I did. I don't even know when I'll see my sister Jade again, but when I do, I'll never let go of her like I did seven years ago. I'm going to have patience for her, and I'll want nothing but to see her succeed.
Celestia... I'm learning. Slowly but surely, I'm learning. I hope you're proud of me.
Sincerely, from who is perhaps your most devout student,