Kakairu- Touchstone Ch 8 - EndKakairu- Touchstone Ch 8 - End6 years ago in Fan Fiction
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Its a long mission. Tsunade had said, Close to four months, at the least. At ten weeks in, Kakashi couldnt help but remember the way shed tilted her head to one side and studied his face, trying to peer through the invisible mask that was solidly in place over his visage.
He was running away; she knew it, and he knew it. But that hadnt stopped him.
He stepped to one side as a fist slammed past his face, and his opponent fell past him with a startled yelp. Kakashi dropped his knee into the small of the other mans back, twisting his arm up behind his back and kicking his feet apart to keep the man from moving. The dirt shoved up against his face muffled the snarled curses and insults, but Kakashi got the general gist. Still, he only released his hold when the man finally admitted that hed lost.
Though the onlookers called him to join them for dinner, Kakashi turned away from all of them, dusted his hands off, and moved back to t
THE PAIN OF PEINKonan didnt even know think about where she was going to go after she bolted from the house; she just went.THE PAIN OF PEIN5 years ago in Fan Fiction
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The blue-haired teen was pissed beyond belief at her mother. The girl had come home, grabbed a snack from the kitchen, and walked upstairs to her room. There, shed found her mom going through the drawers on her dresser. Again.
A screaming match had ensued, which would no doubt lead to a complaint from their neighbors, but Konan didnt care. All she wanted was to get away from her mother, then and there.
And so, on a cold November evening, shed run out of her house and taken off down the street without so much as grabbing a coat to protect herself from the frigid and windy weather outside. Something that in retrospect may not have been the best of decisions.
By now, she was several blocks away from her house, and was standing in front of a dilapidated old apartment complex. The three-story building was made of brick, stained through years of weathering and a