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Rebirth Chapter 7The Capture
Rurijo hovered above as the men in blue grabbed a hold of Suzu's upper arms and hauled her to her feet. It looked as though she was going to just put her head down and co-operate. Rurijo sighed, "That's just not like her, maybe she really does hate herself and..." Then that one man in blue - with a strange mustache and a suit that must have been made from his before he started eating to much - had to open his big mouth!
"Filthy wretch, obviously you are not as good as people give you credit for." With every word Suzu's eyes closed just that little bit more until the anger was evident even through the slit between her lids. Her elbow pulled back with all the force she could muster from her hungry muscles and her heel came in contact with the lanky guy's shin making them both double over with pain.
She pulled her arms free of their now half-hearted attempt to hold her and ran forward. Rurijo watched though as a half dozen more men in blue ran from all around, evidently
Rebirth Chapter 6The Men in Blue
The silver coins lasted Suzu at least four days, and by the end of those four days she was rather disappointed to go back to her old lifestyle. She didn't like stealing, it was never a pleasant thing to take from another, but she had to survive. Rurijo landed on Suzu's shoulder and chirped lightly. Suzu smiled and stroked the small bird's head with her finger.
The two moved through the village slowly. Suzu's stomach growled the minute the scent of roast pork floated from a restaurant. She also couldn't help, but stare at all the fortunate people who sat at tea houses with hot tea and sweets. How she wished she could be one of them.
A small bakery was located in a corner of the main street. It was rather quiet, since there was a much bigger, mainstream bakery in the center of the village, where everyone flocked to for the daily specials. Suzu felt sorry for the small bakery, and drooled over the delicious pastries and breads that sat on the shelves inside. She did
Night BloomsA single black tear cascaded down her cheek as the water danced around her bare feet. She could feel the push and pull, the yin and yang as the water dragged across her skin. It shone a radiant blue light so blinding, Kagome had to close her eyes. She inhaled a deep breath and then exhaled.
'For ye shall be eternally cursed! The night shall fall and ye shall bloom! Never shall ye see the day. The darkness will become ye sanctuary!' the old witch had chanted when she placed the spell. Kagome thought the woman was insane, but looks like she was indeed what one shall call a 'witch'. Now, when she finally believed it, she was being swallowed by water which will probably guide her to the new stage of her life. The curse as the witch had put it.
Even though a single tear was shed, Kagome was not sad. For why would she be sad? She was all alone in this ugly, yet beautiful world. She had no relatives, no loved ones, no one to protect. All she had was herself and herself alone. No one wa
Rebirth Chapter 5The Silver Piece
Sasuke rarely lost his temper. He preferred to stay quiet and out of trouble, so he usually remained stoic. But as he sat there under the tree, his hands grasping tightly onto his sword he couldn't help, but feel anger boil inside of him. A pair of innocent blue eyes watched him in fear. Good. She should fear him.
"Who are you?" Sasuke demanded. It was the most he has spoken in weeks. The girl opened her mouth, but her voice stammered and she quickly stood up and bowed.
"I-I'm sorry!" she apologized. Sasuke noticed that she was sickly thin. He narrowed his eyes. Whoever this girl was, she surely had no clue how to keep herself healthy. Memories of their first 'meeting' flashed through his mind. The police had been chasing her. She was a thief.
Sasuke didn't pity people. Pity was a waste of time, but as he looked at the girl from the marketplace before him, he knew he had to do something. Either he tosses her to the police or help her. Clearly she wanted to steal
Wild FireAs a kunoichi, Mikoto knew that silence was a virtue. So when her childhood friend, Minato told her to remain silent while he tried to win Kushina's affection, she merely complied knowing that her silence would be appreciated. But as she watched the two talk and laugh together, she couldn't help but feel jealousy bloom in her heart. She wanted the same thing they had. She also wanted to be loved. She also wanted a friend she could laugh with. She also wanted to hold someone else's hand.
Sadly, Mikoto was alone.
Of course, there were many boys who wanted to woo her, but none of them sparked her interest. They were all either too nerdy, too dirty or just plain downright not her type. Mikoto wanted someone independent, someone strong and open-minded. She wanted a man who knew what he wanted and what life could give him. That man however, did not exist.
Mikoto excused herself, causing Minato to give her an odd look, and she quickly fled the scene. She heard Kushina ask Minato what w
Rebirth Chapter 4The Sword of Kusanagi
The sun beat down, hotter today than any other day she could remember it being. Her stomach rumbled and the pain shot right through her. It was hard to find food when everyone in the town was looking for her, it was time to move to the next one.
She walked slowly down the road, the houses started to thin out and there were only a few dotted here and there when she saw sitting under a tree across the way, a young man. But what really caught her eye was the long, intricate sword sitting across his lap. His arms were casually resting across the blade within the sheath, and his head hung down as though asleep.
Rurijo made a small noise in her breast as though reading Suzu's mind and flew up to the man. He didn't flinch or look up.
"He must be asleep," Suzu concluded. On her tip toes she approached him and reached out her hand to grab the sword.
Many people walked by that day, none of them stopped to talk to him. He didn't care. Even though the hot sun seemed to
KyoshiAs a child, Kyoshi was never normal. She was a social outcast, a loner. The girls giggled at her when she walked past, the boys were scared of her. Who could blame them? Kyoshi was frightening. She was tall and burly. She had the figure of a man and feet the size of a Armadillo Lion. Her voice was deep and her attitude was far from what was expected from a girl of her age.
Kyoshi longed for acceptance, but at the same time she knew that she was special. Her mother had told her so before she died. Kyoshi would repeat those words when she walked past villagers who pointed at her and laughed. They thought she couldn't hear their whispers, but she could hear them as clearly as she could see the sun.
At night, Kyoshi didn't cry to sleep, but she did feel sad. Her heart ached and the only comfort she could seek was from her pet Rabbiroo, Pia. Pia couldn't speak, but she could cuddle. But Pia was growing bigger by the day and soon she wouldn't be allowed inside anymore. Kyoshi knew that when
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