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"A room for two, please," Sasori said, tossing the man behind the counter a coin. He
snapped up the key from the table and walked up the stairs, Deidara following him like a
shadow as usual.
The hallways were narrow and dim as characteristic to guesthouses. Their room had two
single beds and a tiny window facing the street. Sasori set down his leather bag with a
loud thud. Deidara had seen him put all his purchases in it and was currently wondering
what position he'd find them in if he opened the bag, when Sasori's voice brought him
back to reality.
Deidara looked at him, face as expressionless as a stone. "Yes, Danna?"
Sasori plopped down on his bed, bending forward and opening his bag, digging out one of
the handguns. "Have you ever fired from a gun?"
Deidara eyed the weapon in Sasori's hand, its wooden handle and rusty metal barrel not
looking inviting in the least. Sasori made holding it look so easy, but Deidara knew what
it was really like to have the weight of
SasoDei - In Between Madness and Life - Chapter 6Chapter 6
When Deidara's eyes cracked open, they were disobedient to stay that way. They were sore and
swollen and kept blinking closed and open non-stop. His head felt as though it had been stuffed
with heavy rocks that all pounded against his brain like hammers against nails.
Covering his eyes from the bright, artificial light, he got up from the floor on his shaking hands. He
groped for his clothes, pulling them on in a clumsy manner. He leaned against the sink, resting his
forehead against the cold mirror. It felt good.
He had little memory of what had happened last night only momentary flashes that didn't really
make sense. Flashbacks of the hot touches by Sasori flooded his mind, making his head reel. Had it
been real or had he dreamed it?
After splashing some cold water on his face, he stumbled in a zombie-like way out of the bathroom
into the party room, only partly aware of his surroundings. The room seemed empty, at least as far
as he could tell. Only one figure was as