Fools Rush InI am Hitomi, from the Aizunora clan of the Village Hidden in the Mist. We are a peaceful people, yet we are hated. Hated because of something out of our control. Hated because of our blood. You see, my family has the ability to control water in all stages. This is our kekkei genkai. People are afraid of what we can do, so they try to eradicate people like us. But for years, weve been in hiding, minimalizing the use of our trait. When I was a child, this never bothered me. I loved playing with my brothers and sister. I couldnt ask for anything more.
But, the day of my 17th birthday, I met Deino. He was tall, with short brown hair that fell into his face, without hiding his beautiful brown eyes, and he had a smile that stopped my heart. I was terribly shy, so thankfully, he approached me. We talked, and he asked me out to lunch. We spent the rest of the day together, and by nightfall, we were kissing in each others arms by the bed of the frozen river cutting through the
The BattleThis battle has raged for many long hours.
Many are gone, lost in the towers
Of the construction site, where enemies rest.
We honor those students who tried their best.
A toxic puff of smoke, a crack of the whip,
A round of pencils, and dictionaries slip
We are outnumbered; a loss is in site.
But wait, what is that light?
Sister Robert Ann, our secret weapon
With her remedial students charging on.
A snap of her yard stick
"Hey, Itachi," I whispered. He was asleep and I really didn't want to wake him up, but this was important. At least, he would probably think so. His younger brother, Sasuke, had found the location of the Akatsuki base, and was coming, undoubtedly to kill him.
Itachi rolled over in his sleep, the moonlight glinted off his raven hair. He looked so peaceful and I didn't want to disturb him with thoughts of death. Then again, it wouldn't be unfair to let Sasuke kill Itachi without warning. "Itachi, wake up," I said again, shaking him lightly. He groaned, but his eyes fluttered open.
"Rin? What is it?" he asked, placing his hand on my cheek. I smiled at him, but my eyes were sad. I knew Sasuke had gotten stronger, a lot stronger. I believed fully in Itachi's abilities, but I knew he was no match for Sasuke now. Not with Orochimaru's teachings supporting him.
"Itachi, you have to get out of here. Sasuke, he's coming here. Tonight. Please go," I said, my voice cracking slightly. He