Bird Cloth ::Chapter 3::Chapter 3: Year 1
No matter how many times she had reassured herself, the first day of school still looked intimidating. There were so many kids of her age but with attitude totally diverse from the society she grew up amongst. Unlike the people in her village where she was mostly a mere bacteria to the people's eyes (until she robbed something), here she was the grand beacon made of gold, singing melodiously operatic with lyrics saying, "Look at me!"
She didn't know and couldn't stop thinking: what had she done wrong this time? She had bathed right; she followed what Kakuzu did to her few days ago. She also had her clothing right. In fact, her clothing was all but flamboyant. It was just a t-shirt and a pair of shorts, no middle-fingering symbol (or any other inappropriate insignia) on the front or the backjust good and plain. Even her sandals looked too normal as she noticed a few dozens of kids wearing the same sandals as she. Don't even start talking about sa
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"I never imagine you'd have a soft spot for kids, Kakuzu!" Kisame laughed. Communicating through holograms, Kisame took the advantage to taunt the older Akatsuki member. Kakuzu, on the other hand, was trying not to go ape even in a hologram mode. He felt wrong for informing the whole organization that he had taken a child to travel with him, but alas, he had to.
The leader of the organization, the hologram with grey circular eyes, held his hand up, motioning his minions to silence themselves. "On what reason do you take this child, Kakuzu?" Pein asked, his voice distant and haunting.
"I found a good use of her." Kakuzu answered, unfazed by the power. "On the last four days, she proved to be quite useful. Although, those were accidents, she had terminated three of my targets by subconsciously triggering her uncontrolled self-defense mechanism. If I make her aware of her abilities, she can make a fine shinobi."
"Yeah, and a selfish one too." one
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And two green orbs were swimming in it.
It created an ominous look when the owner of the eyes was burning with highly flammable fury. She knew she shouldn't have taken this guy's wallet. Damn desperation but it was mostly her fault too. She didn't ask to be a thief; she was raised that way by her Niichan and Neechan who were orphans thriving by stealing food from the market place or pick-pocketing someone's wallet.
Nagayoshi cursed herself for not stealing a food straightaway. She felt absolutely and superbly idiotic. She should've followed her instinctsand weren't apples her favorite?
At this point, the six year-old child blamed her depression over the loss she suffered two weeks ago for causing her instinct bluntness. Her memories racked to that point at this moment of crisis
Never had in her life did she witness so much blood; the arms that used to pat her head with pride and love we