SasoDei - Pirates of the Akatsuki - Chapter 5Chapter 5
A baby blue eye cracked open, feeling sore and swollen. Deidara raised his head slowly, frowning
at the table, wondering why every muscle and bone in his body seemed to hurt. His back ached,
limbs felt numb, head was throbbing and stomach felt so empty he didn't even remember what
food tasted like.
He tried to swallow, but it felt like burning needles against his throat, sliding down like a raven's
claws. His face crumpled up as he pressed his hand against his stomach. He felt like he was going
to puke, even though he knew it to be a mere feeling there was nothing for him to throw up.
Weakly, he turned his head and looked at Sasori. The man was still sleeping, even though the
bottle he'd been holding onto before was gone. Deidara suspected that he'd find it under the table.
His eyes wandered off to his own still full glass that he hadn't dared to touch before. It hurt too
much now, Deidara could see only two possible routes for himself either drinking it or dyin
Below the Surface: Deidara's Story - Chapter 1Chapter 1
"Deep under the sea
Hatred's messing with someone's blood
Fear had risen, it spread like plague
Was this meant to be?
A child born, tender
Radiated light and unknown dread
A mere child cannot cause harm, they said
Till they sensed danger
A cry pierced the night
From the diabolic leper
Into the flesh, the axe sunk deeper
Abolished the light."
The song had haunted Deidara for 5 years now. Ever since he had found himself on the abandoned
beach, it had been somewhere in his head, playing non-stop. Sometimes he even sang along, just to
make it more tolerable. The melody was memorable, yet simple, making him wonder whether it was
a folk song he'd heard when he was little. It was possible, even though no one beside him recognized
Deidara Iwaga, age 19, had no memory prior the day he'd woken up on an abandoned beach 5 years
ago. He'd found himself dressed in wet clothes, as though he'd just come back from swimming, and
not one soul had been around at that time. A small wave