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Tuesday, April 29, 2008

I'll Wait for You

Language: English

2 Years...

She waited two long years just for him. She said to herself that she would wait forever. And She would.

Her heart was dying. She knew that he would come back. She believed in him... But in her dreams... He never did come back... In her nightmares... He was dead.

Hinata sat in her room and gazed out the window, waiting for her team mates to arive. Every day since he left she thought of him. Worried about him. Longed for him.

"Hinata! You in there! Come on we have training!" Kiba yelled from outside her window. She jumped up from the bed and brushed her hair quickly before running out of the room.

Shino and Kiba were leaned up against the side of the building looking as borde as ever.

"Sorry to Keep you waiting..." She mumbled quietly, looking down at her feet.

"Whatever, We should really get going..." Kiba shrugged and ran off with Akamaru. Shino followed behind with her, watching her small footsteps.

"Don't worry Hinata, I bet he's fine..." Her face suddenly lit up, tinted a bright red.

"W-What do you mean Shino?" She asked silently. But he gave no answer. She knew what he said she was just to afraid to admit it... Thinking her hopes would be shattered if untrue.


The long day of training went by and the 4 were wiped out. Kiba yawned loudly, patting Akamaru on the head.

"You did good today boy! Come on! Race you home!" He yelled out, sprinting ahead of the now large dog.

Shino glanced over at Hinata who was still slightly tired from training. "Go get you're rest Hinata..." He mumbled quietly before walking away, leaving her dumbfounded.

She nodded to herself and looked back down at the ground. "R-Right..."


Hinata sat up in her bed unable to sleep or even blink. Something was wrong. Something deep inside her was telling her that. But she had no idea what it was.

The thought of him came back into her mind as a small crescent of a smile appeared on her face. "Naruto-kun..." She mumbled quietly under her breath, plopping back down in her bed.

As she closed her eyes all the memories seemed to come rushing into her mind.

The first time she saw him. The first time she had the courage to talk to him. The first time she fought in front of him. The first time she impressed him. The first time he held her in his arms and the last time he said, "I Swear... I will become Hokage! And I will bring Sasuke Back!"

His voice echoed in her mind, bouncing around until finally exciting.

There was a sudden rustling in the bushes. She sat herself up and peeked out her window. But there was nothing.

A Few minutes passed and there was another russel. Curiosity took her over as she jumped out of bed and quietly made her way down the halls of the Hyuga residence.

The cool night time air rushed through her hair as she stepped outside. The whole village was quiet and tranquil. Until quiet whispers flooded her ears.

"Over here..." Someone whispered quietly from the trees above and suddenly leaves flashed by as they jumped to the tree's down the road. For some reason, she wasn't scared. She was hopeful.

The silence of the village fell back in place as she rushed down the road following the breeze of air that still lingered in air.

"A little closer..." The muffled mumbles said, now zipping into a small courtyard behind the ramen restaurant. She looked it over once or twice, her heart almost skipping a beat.

She crept behind it carefully, clutching a dagger by her person, just in case. She never liked killing so, at this moment, the missing fear had just found it's place.

"W-who's there?" She asked, her voice almost trembling. 'What have I gotten myself into...' She thought to herself, clutching the dagger tighter.

Warm arms wrapped themselves around her neck as someone began gently breathing down her neck, making her completely freeze.

"Don't be Scared... I'm not gonna hurt you..." The person whispered quietly.

Her eyes widened. She knew who it was.

"It... It can't be... N-N-"
"Don't speak... It's me... Believe it..." He chuckled quietly, his arms now rapping themselves tighter around her neck. She felt as if she was going to faint, but something... Something inside her was keeping her standing.

"I had to come to you first... Since... I missed you the most..." He whispered in her ear, sending shivers down her spine.

"This... This can't be..." Hinata mumbled to herself, her eyes now watering up.

He spun her around and gazed into her eyes. She looked back into his, the deep blueness of them seeming to gleam in the darkness of the night.

"Don't cry Hinata-Chan..." He whipped her tear away with his thumb, feeling the hotness of her cheeks. "While I was away... I've learned a lot... And one thing I learned was..." He leaned his closer his lips almost barely touching hers. "Never let the good ones go..."

A sudden warmness came over her as their lips clashed. This is what she desired. Not the kiss. Not the fact that he was touching her. But him. Just him.

He pulled away slowly and gazed back to her. She was slightly lightheaded but she had the courage to look back. "I've been waiting a while to do that Hinata-Chan... there's something else I've been waiting a while to do..." He whispered quietly, nuzzling his nose onto hers. She blushed even harder.

"W-What is it N-Naruto-kun?" The sound of his name echoed through her ears.

"Tell you that... I love you Hinata-chan..."

Her heart literally stopped in place and she looked into the now smiling boys eyes.

"Stop trying to say it Hinata... It's only gonna make it worse..." She looked down at her feet and then shot her eyes quickly back up at his.

"Make what worse?" He gently pressed his lips back on hers and she felt as if she was flying on thin air. She wanted this moment never to end... Sadly...


Hinata Sprung up from her bed, breathing heavily as she spun her head around. "Naruto-kun?!" She called out. but there was no answer. Her eyes began to water. "How real that dream was... how real it felt..." She was just about to move her hand to her eyes when she felt something between her fingers. She glanced down and her eyes shot open.

The Uzumaki sign had been written on a small piece of paper that was folded neatly. She carefully opened it as tears ran down her face.


I'm sorry It's taking so long... I promise I'll be home soon... I promise... And When I do get back... Boy, Well We have a lot to talk about, Believe it!

And please...Wait for me...

-The 6th Hokage of the Leaf Village... To the girl that always believed in me...

She grasped the note tightly in her hand, trying not to let any of the tears that feel upon it wash away the words.

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