Naruto: Shattered Mirror 28Given the geographical location of Kiri, rain storms were very common. Their duration and intensity varied. Sometimes a extremely heavy rainstorm would only last for a few minutes while a light drizzle could last for hours. These large number of rainfalls is what contributed to the thick mists that engulfed the village.Naruto: Shattered Mirror 28 by ~Knight-BIshop
And in a dark room the only sound that could be heard was the rain pattering on the windows. No lights were on, save for the ones on the appliances that let you know they were plugged in, and the light from the outside street lights was coming in from the windows. Some of that light was settling on a woman sitting at a table, a woman who looked like she had crawled down someone's throat and died.
Her name was Doguro Natta, but she hadn't been called that in years. Yamime-san was the most common thing people called her when she occasionally went out. It was meant to be respectful of her loss, but to her it was just a bitter reminder. As for her children, her oldest still
Naruto: Shattered Mirror 27Be it curiosity or surprise or maybe just politeness, Naruto chose to accept Shiori's offer. Not to say he had the faintest idea why she made it, but he felt refusing would have been a bad idea.Naruto: Shattered Mirror 27 by ~Knight-BIshop
In all his time being partnered to the red-haired girl, Naruto had learned one thing about Shiori's home: She didn't like to talk about it. He knew nothing about where she lived, what she did when she was home, or even who she lived with.
'Is she an orphan?' Naruto asked himself, seeing that as certainly possible and for some reason that brought a flash of something in his mind, something that made him sad. But he quickly shook it off. 'I'm for all legal purposes an orphan too, so why should she keep it from me? I couldn't laugh at her for it since I'm in the same situation. Is she just a private person?'
The trip to Shiori's home took them both to the business sector of Kiri instead of the residential area. They passed by several shops and kiosks, and some of the merchants in the area waved to
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