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Predestination

By Mmy Jesh Tavas

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ANNOUNCEMENT: Hello guys :D I know its been awhile. Though I haven't updated in a long time, I'm really glad for all of the reviews and support. I'll be editing some parts, nothing major, in the story and will fix, hopefully, some of the grammatical errors (a beta reader would be nice ;)).

Lastly, I'm glad to say that my mother is doing fine and that she's recovering from her operation. She was really touched to those who prayed for her (I showed her all of the reviews) and would like to say thank you. To those who doesn't know, my mother was diagnosed with stage four colon cancer and her recovery just proves that nothing is impossible through God.

Though, more prayers for her to fully overcome her illness would be a huge help.

Once again, thank you and God bless.

Disclaimer: I don't own Naruto.

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by The Sketchbook

"To my friend,

I wonder if you can hear me?

I'm doing well like usual

Looking at the same sky we gazed as we laughed on that day"

Summary: Cause in this world, Sakura is the Kyuubi host, Naruto's parent's never died and Sasuke's clan was not massacred. Inspired by Road to Ninja.

" Kurama. I'll do everything just to take their pain away! I'll do everything for them to be alive! Please, you're the Kyuubi. You can do everything."

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"You're willing to do everything? Any means just to let them live a happy life?"

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"Yes. Please, Kurama. You care about Naruto too, right? Please?"

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" Well then, I'll trust you. But everything has a price..."

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"If it means they'll live a happy life, then I'll pay even my life"

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"You've become desperate, you've become a fool. "

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"If it means he'll live again.. They'll live again... then I'd rather be the fool who offers up her life.. "

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"He loves you."

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"I know."

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"I' promised him. "

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"He told you to watch and take care of me. You would be breaking your promise if you continue to let me suffer."

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"Life is a huge price."

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"And so is Love. I just happen to love them more than I value my life now."

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"Foolish girl…"

A silent hiss erupted from my lips as I ignore the glare people keep giving me. All I want is a peaceful walk around the village! Can't they grant a small eight year old girl her wish?

"Look mom!" I heard a boy not far from my age said. He was pointing his finger at me, as if he was accusing me of something bad. "It's the abandoned girl!"

I tore my gaze away from him as I continue my walk. People are already staring at me; he doesn't have to announce my presence to the whole village.

"Stay away from her, honey." His mother whispered, she failed though, since everyone can practically hear her. "She's nothing but a nuisance. I don't want you going near someone like her." People started whispering the same thing but soon, they just shrugged it off and proceeded to their daily task.

Ignoring it, I continue my way. It's an everyday occurrence already. So I'm used to it.

Arriving at the play grounds, I quickly took a detour towards the swings but, stopped when I saw a family playing with it. It wasn't just a family. It was 'The' family of the Fourth Hokage.

Hokage-sama was happily swinging his seven year old son, Naruto while his wife took a picture of them.

Out of instinct, I quickly hid behind a tree, a pang of jealousy hitting in my heart. Every time I see them together, a feeling of hopelessness creeps inside. They always look so happy. They're the epitome of a perfect family, a family that I'll never have.

Hokage-sama is always kind and considerate. He's wise and powerful, just like a true leader of the village. He's well respected by Konoha's villagers, even the leader of the Uchiha clan bows down before him. Aside from the third Hokage, he's the first person who never scowled at me.

Kushina-san is the light of their home. She's a well-known kunoichi throughout the country. She's beautiful, kind but can be annoying and loud at times. But, despite her busy schedule as a shinobi, she never fails to take care of her family.

And, Naruto.

Naruto is a son any family can hope for, unlike me, a daughter no one would even wish for.

He's loud and annoying just like his mother. Despite that, he's respected by the villagers. He never fails to cheer anyone when they're down and…. And, just like his father, he has this aura that can make you believe everything he says.

Unlike me, Naruto's pure. He respects everyone and is always obedient to the elders, which is probably the reason he's loved by many. Unlike me, who is shunned away, unwanted because of my weird traits.

I don't really know why they seem to hate me so much. All I know is that my parents abandoned me when I was born, I mean, there are some people who are like me. But, why do they hate me? Why do they judge me like I'm a monster who must be avoided?

I remember dressing up on my fifth birthday. I combed my hair, made sure that I don't smell weird and even used the neatest dress I have. But, when I greeted them, they only ignored me. It's like I don't even exist.

Looking back at the happy family, I gave out a deep sigh. For me, they symbolize the sun. Warm yet painful to look at.

I was too caught up in my mind that I didn't notice the tears that started falling down my eyes. Wiping the tears away, I decided to leave and go back to my small apartment.

When will this hollow in my heart disappear?

Unbeknownst to me as I silently walk away is the pair of cerulean eyes watching my every move since the time I've walked inside the park.

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