Innocence talks to old people on the commuter train. Sometimes she talk to herself, sometimes she talks to the man sitting next to her hiding behind the newspaper, sometimes she talks to the window, and sometimes she sings a little song.
She tells secrets in between her words, but most people don't think they're secrets because she says them right out loud. She told me that it takes a lot of sophistication for her to stay innocent.
(That was a secret.)
Since her affair with Danger, she is not afraid of anything.
from The Book of Qualities