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The Longest Road ch.14. The water canteenThe Longest Road ch.14. The water canteen by Kitsune1978
The Longest Road
~Chapter 14. The water canteen~
The sky was glaring and its azure color turned to white, as the midday sun burned the wasteland through. Nobody should wander in the desert at that hour but Matsuri wasn't an experienced traveler. She did not know the rules one should abide by if they wanted to survive in the desert. Actually, she was lucky that she made it that far.
For the tenth time, she lifted the canteen, shaking it. The sound from the inside told her what she had already known but she couldn't resist trying. Grasping the cap, she momentarily imagined the taste of the fresh, cool water caressing her tongue. If she only could get the fresh, cool water from somewhere...
Matsuri adjusted the turban and scowled at the dunes around her. There had to be the point where the desert would end at last but she still couldn't reach it. She planned to go to the capital city, which she knew lay somewhere westwards, but after a few days she still couldn't find it. She didn'
The Longest Road ch.13 The encounterThe Longest Road ch.13 The encounter by Kitsune1978
The Longest Road
~Chapter 13. The encounter~
The desert was everywhere, endless like a universe. It could steal a self-confidence from anyone, and Matsuri had never been self-confident. Now, she was reduced to nothing, her existence meaning less than that of a grain of sand. Her previous determination was gone and she couldn't call it back to her, even if she knew that she desperately needed it.
She didn't know if she actually slept at night. Most likely, she spent a few hours in a self-induced state of some kind of trance. She was partly aware what was going on around her and gradually, the night chill had become unbearable, and she had to walk to warm herself up. When the sun finally rose, she was grateful for it. Now, she began to curse it for the heat was just as much unbearable as the chill.
Matsuri had never been so tired before. She wouldn't even be able to imagine one could survive such exhaustion. Her entire body hurt, she was hungry and thirsty, barely able to walk. At
Gaara x Reader - Perverted Moments: Epilogue 2Gaara x Reader - Perverted Moments: Epilogue 2 by Pandiininja
Gaara x Reader
AN: I wanted to write something fluffy! Here’s the last epilogue and official end to the Perverted Moments series.
WARNING: It’s LONG!
After I finish my commissions (and close them for about a month) these projects will be started:
Kankuro x Reader – “Pulling Your Strings” – 3 or 5-part miniseries [suggested for people who can handle mature topics that involve traumatic incidents]
Kakashi x Reader – “Spellbound” – number of parts not yet pinned down. Plot finished. [suggested for mature viewers. Will contain sex, jealousy, murder, etc.]
Sasuke Uchiha x Reader – “Ethereal” – number of parts not yet pinned down. Plot finished. [suggested for mature viewers. Will contain sex, complicated emotions, angst, torture, etc.]
At any rate, enjoy this last bit of Gaara!
Note: This happens AFTER Chiyo resuscitates Gaara. You’ve been married to Gaara for a year and nine months. Tosh
Gaara x Reader - Perverted Moments: Epilogue 1Gaara x Reader - Perverted Moments: Epilogue 1 by Pandiininja
Gaara x Reader
AN: I was going to do the alternate endings but didn’t really feel like it. The most important one – the true one – is done. So here’s the first of the two epilogues! Enjoy!
Note: This epilogue happens AFTER Chiyo resuscitates Gaara. You’ve been married to Gaara for a year and two months (and it is currently mid-January).
“C’mon, you big baby!” you giggled, a foggy stream pouring from your lips. It felt good to be in Kirigakure after nearly a year in the desert. You inhaled deeply, arms thrown wide as if to embrace the familiar stab of cool air making its way to your lungs. Snow crunched beneath your feet. Your [e/c] eyes drifted skyward as you waited for Gaara to quit cursing the snow and cold and actually catch up.
Snowflakes trickled from a dull gray sky. January in Kirigakure meant abundant snow, ice, and freezing rain. We need