SasoDei - In Between Madness and Life - Chapter 7Chapter 7
Dull brown eyes watched the progression of the white clock ticking on the gray-ish yellow
wall that had yet to be repainted for over 5 years. Two fingers were twiddling with a blue
pen, tapping it against the desk in a steady rhythm that wasn't interrupted by Pein's
faked cough or Tayuya's low growl. Only when Kakuzu twisted around on his chair and,
giving a glare, slapped the pen out of the hand, did the tapping stop. But the two brown
eyes never left the clock.
Nobody gave Sasori strange looks for it, though. Out of all the S-rank students, he was
what they called a 'daydreamer'. He stayed generally silent, rarely opening his mouth
even when someone addressed him. He often chose to ignore insults as well, which got
the others to wonder what exactly it was that got him to react.
The answer was simple. Something interesting.
After the class ended, the group of four S-rank students made their way to the canteen,
Konan and Itachi joining them in the hallway. Sasori momentar
Don't Judge Me, Diary (SasoDei) - Fourteenth EntryFourteenth Entry: Dear Deidara
You're sleeping in the bedroom at the moment. I'm convinced that the next entry
will be about how you got there.
I know I am taking a liberty by going through your bag and reading your diary. I
am sorry for that. I merely wanted to find out whether you had a mobile to get the
number, since I'm leaving soon. I couldn't help flipping through what seemed to be
a notebook and then finding out that it was a diary. And once I was that far already,
I guess it's needless to add that I was completely powerless against the part of me
that wanted to know what you'd written (what a perfect excuse). And to see
whether you'd written about me also. Especially that last part.
I hope you'll forgive me some day, as well as for the other things I found out you
were mad about. I swear, if anything, reading this helped me understand you better
and I don't regret it. And the reason for me writing this is that I wanted you to
Deidara, never have I though