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Blue Butterfly of Death

By Shinigami

Action / Adventure

Blue is Death and the Butterfly is rebirth

'where am I and what is that noise' I thought as I heard cries of a baby maybe two, I tried to open my eyes only to find myself in a blue water 'what's going on' I thought in panic as the cries got louder 'make it stop' I thought when suddenly something warm slowly rocked me 'it stop' I thought calming down as my eyes slowly closed.

At a sudden movement my conscious returned 'what just happened' I thought trying to open my eyes again. After a few tries I finally managed to open them, sadly they were only blurry figures hovering over me 'guess I can't reply on vision' I thought wryly though it must have should on my face cause I heard a few words but the one I could make out was Kaa-san which was Japanese and last time I checked I was born in America with the most messed up language ever. Taking a deep breath and tried to speak but all that came out was "ahs" and "gahs" 'I sound like a baby' I thought when it hit me, I was reborn 'but won't I have to die first and why would I think like this' I thought trying to piece things together, when suddenly I was lifted into the air 'you might not believe it but I laughed why cause who didn't like being picked up into the air like an awesome ride, I can name a few but that's not the point' After a few seconds in the air I was put next to another baby 'oh so I have a twin-is it a he or a she' I thought in wonder as I tried to focus on the other baby next to me when I heard a few more words I recognized one being onii-san and the other Choji 'Choji is my brother but twin brother how in the world could I be in Naruto-well no point in freaking out cause I can do that later' I thought before slowly trying to crawl closer to Choji to which he crawled closer to me 'I love my new brother' I thought happily as I gave him a hug while letting out a small coo. One thing I was able to see clearly was a blue butterfly fly out the window and disappear like it never existed. After getting used to being small both me and Choji were picked up and given light kisses on our foreheads which suddenly made me sleepy 'I blame the baby body' so I layed my head down 'hold on what's my name then' I thought as it suddenly occurred to me that I didn't know my own name when 'my mom I assume' whispered to us "Oyasumi Yuumichi, Choji" the voice said before rocking us to sleep 'this will be amusing' I thought slowly closing my eyes and falling into an abyss-full slumber


yeah I'm rewriting this (this is the rewritten version) so please comment, follow, Heart thank you

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