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Once An Assassin, Always An Assassin - Ansatsu Kyoushitsu/Assassination Classroom Fanfiction

Once An Assassin, Always An Assassin - Ansatsu Kyoushitsu/Assassination Classroom Fanfiction

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Sayuri By AkashiSeiyura Updated Mar 22, 2015

I was born an assassin.

I liked being one, so I took on many jobs and killed people.

My parents weren't happy, so they got another family to adopt me when I was 10. Living with that family was torture.

When I was 13, I saw my parents training with each other and having fun.

Not thinking twice, I killed them. For making me suffer on my own.

I regretted it.

From then on, I stopped being an assassin and kept my old self away and started a new life in Kunugigaoka Junior High, the most famous junior high school in Tokyo, and where my foster father, Asano Gakuho, was the principal. Things went well.

Until I was dropped into Class 3-E on my last year in that school because of my poor grades.

Ever since then, my foster father started treating me like trash. I hated his cold, harsh and horrible attitude towards me.

Then, most of the moon was gone.

The culprit became my teacher. And the 3-E students had the highest chance to kill him.

That was when my bloodlust came back, together with my assassin self.

I used to be Aoyama Suzuki.

Now I am Asano Suzuki.

I am in Class 3-E, also known as the End Class.

And also the Assassination Classroom.

Yes it is a haiku and it is 5-7-5.... and don't you Dara doubt my knowledge~~
xvion_1996 xvion_1996 Jun 26, 2016
isn't that correct? i mean, people don't say "I AM born and raised on Earth". "I WAS born and raised on Earth" sounds like perfect English to me? I'm confused.
Cleo_Adragon Cleo_Adragon Oct 26, 2016
Isn't this a haiku?  I mean that part has 7 syllables a haiku would have like 5-7-7 or 5-7-5 something
Epic_PrincessD Epic_PrincessD Sep 17, 2016
I think they were writing a haiku? And if I'm right, haiku stanzas are either 5-7-5 syllables or 7-5-7 syllables.