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Dear Diary

By Miranda Ann Marie Williams

Mystery / Humor

Chapter 1

Disclaimer: I do not own any Inuyasha nor Yu Yu Hakusho characters.

Dear Diary

Dear diary,

You've been with me through everything. Moving to the shrine, father's death, even falling through the well. You accompanied me on my adventures through the past.

You were there when we finally beat Naraku, when we gathered all the shards. You were there when Inuyasha went to hell with Kikyo. I still sense the missing piece to my soul; I wonder why it never returned to me. Never mind.

What I'm here to talk about is my little brother Souta. We've grown close after I was stranded in the time. It's amazing how much he's grown and changed. And this is why I write you now.

I knew Souta would never be a Shinto priest. He said it often enough and I expected it. However, I didn't expect him to dive into the Buddhist religion. There's nothing wrong with that, I mean look at Miroku.

Souta's changed so much; at times I look at him or hear his voice and swear it is actually Miroku there and not my little brother. In fact the other day he called me Kagome-sama instead of Kagome or sis.

It's funny really; he's using his training to train me. He's even got us taking all sorts of defense classes together. After all it is my duty to protect the jewel or myself I suppose you could say. The jewel was reabsorbed into my body since there's no such thing as a pure wish.

Back to the topic at hand. It's crazy isn't it, or wishful thinking on my part that he could be Miroku's reincarnation. That'd be like saying cousin Keiko was Sango's reincarnation or that her boyfriend Yusuke was Inuyasha's. Then again, maybe not so insane.

Love,

Kagome Higurashi

After shutting the small book Kagome placed it in her desk drawer. A knock on the door causes her to jump and look guiltily down at her unfinished homework. "Come in."

Kagome nods at the figure in her doorway. It was her brother, she was expecting him it was almost time to start training.

"Kagome-sama."

Kagome's eyes narrow and she takes in his appearance. He looked so like Miroku, even had the purple and black robes. All that was missing was the protective glove and beads.

"Souta?" Kagome asks already knowing the answer. A soft shake of the head confirms her suspicions. "Miroku."

He chuckles and holds out his hand. "Come it's time for training." Kagome smiles and takes his hand. Maybe it wasn't so insane.

End

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