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hello Daddy dearest (Naruto Fan fiction)

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A/N: HEYY guy's

 

 

Okay I know I have lot's of other stories to finish on wattpad but I got bored yesterday :( so I made another story :) and the boredom went away :D and I ended up a happy birthday bunny

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   (v v)o   <------------ see HAPPY BUNNY ... with no feet I

 

think it turned into suidcide bunny :(

 

ANNNNNNNNNNNY WAAAAY read it let me know if I should continue :P

 

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Before I came to stay with my grandmother, I used to travel with my mother. Her name was Sasori, and she was beautiful, she was intelligent and she was by far the strongest woman I have ever known everything that I had wanted to be. But that was before I knew what she did for a living… she was an assassin she worked for Akatsuki. I lived with them for a little while they trained me from the time I could walk so when I said my first sentence I had mastered all Ninjutsu, Taijutsu’s and Genjustsu’s. I had unlocked my mother’s clan’s power that was in me at 4 and by the age of 5 I was able immune to all poisons and to both the Sharingan and Rinnegan. It was because of that, that Pain had suggested I go with my mother on a mission to gain knowledge from the Sand Village, but even though they didn’t tell me the real reason as to why I was going with mother I knew it was never a good thing. The journey to the sand village was rather quick considering mother gave me a piggy back their, mother and I had normal citizens clothes on to help us get around without making people aware of who my mother was.

 

“Why don’t you go and play while I go speak to Kazekage” mother said whiles pushing me towards the park.

 

 All children where huddled together shouting, as I walked closer I noticed that they where picking on a little boy his bright red hair shined under the sun’s light he had really light blue eye’s with thick dark eye lashes to frame them. The leader of the children had pushed him; making the red haired boy full over before the rest of the children ran away laughing. I could sense that he had an amazing level of chakra for someone so young, gazing around the park quickly before I walked over to him. I stood in front of him handing out my hand to him in which he looked at me confused and wearily

 

“You now your suppose to put your hand in mine so that I could help you up” I smiled at him as he put his hand into mine

 

Quickly I helped him up when the children came running over to me

 

“He’s a freak you don’t want to go playing with him I can tell you who would be right short” the leader of the group said

 

“I can help you with that” he held out his pale hand for me to take

 

 Looking back at red who looked at me sadly before I turned back at him

 

“That’s alright I think I can tell who the right sort are thank you” I replied narrowing my eyes at him before turning back at the boy

 

“My name is Yuki what is yours?” I smiled at him as I held out my hand to him

 

“Garaa my name is Garaa” he answered

 

“Well Garaa-kun will you be my friend” I asked me tilting my head to the side

 

“Why… why do you want to be friends with me” he questioned

 

“Because you are my friend and friends stick together” I replied

 

“Come…come on let play on the swings” I took his hand and dragged him to the swings.

 

We had spent the whole day talking and playing, it was by sun set when mother had arrived

 

“Come Yuki it’s time to go” My mother called out to me holding out her hand to me turning back to Garaa I gave him a sad smile

 

“I have to go now Garaa I don’t know when I would see you again we travel you see” said rather reluctant to leave him when I saw two seashells picking them up I handed him the blue one

 

“Here you have one and I have one and when ever you’re lonely or scared all you got to do is hold on to it and think of me and I would do the same because were friends now” I smiled at him as he took the shell from me smiling back at me

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