There are quite a few stories on GS-Uploader, but since they're in Japanese, they're pretty much inaccessible to anyone who doesn't read Japanese. So I've decided to translate a few when I have time.
Here's part 1 of "The Trial of Love," with the original series to be found here, written by dan-gorou:http://gs-uploader.jpn.org/upld-index.php?uname=dan-gorou
The Trial of Love (from Yuka's diary)
My name is Yuka. Three years ago I fell passionately in love with Hiro, the man I finally married three years ago. We're both part of the "Middle Class": Hiro is about 4 Kokyuros tall (equal to about 300 feet on earth), just a little shorter than the average "Middle Class" person here. I, on the other hand, am a little taller than average, with my husband's forehead coming right up to me at my eye level.
Ever since I was a child, I've always stood out. My facial features are very distinct, and as I became an adult, people often thought I looked like a model.
I met Hiro while at work. He was a very serious and kind man. However, he was very good to me, and that kindness was what attracted me to him. Before long, we decided to marry.
The marriage ceremony was held a few months later when the moon was at its largest point; we wanted to make sure the ceremony would take place during the full moon. Otherwise, the ceremony itself was just like any other. It's just that, since neither of us have any relatives, the only people who came to the wedding were our friends. It was a simple ceremony, and on that night, we gave ourselves to each other for the first time.
And under the soft, golden light of the moon coming in from our open window, we made a vow to each other.
"Under the light of the waning moon, we, the people of the earth, come to you;
That you, soft light, will please fill our heart and minds;
Let us become one body under the night, one fate, one spirit, and one love;
And let us swear our love to each other for all eternity."
Continuing the vow, Hiro then said, "Yuka, for the rest of my life, no matter what happens, I exist for your sake."
Hiro's words were very kind. "Hiro, I also will never leave you, no matter what." I swore in return.
After the marriage, because we both worked in a rather small office, it felt awkward to work in the sPost too long. Click here to view the full text.