Shisui writes words to his soulmate, the one who never writes back, as if he were writing in a diary. Itachi sees him, tongue trapped between his teeth, as he works on a winding message that takes up both arms. It is lucky for Shisui that he is ambidextrous, Itachi thinks. It must not be so lucky for his soulmate though. Maybe it annoys them. They never reply to anything, but Shisui is stubborn.
Itachi’s soulmate always replies to him. Itachi draws birds with painstaking carefulness on his pale limbs. He gets grinning sharks in return, always. He wishes he could make them stay a little longer.
Bookmarked by Eurydice_05
25 Sep 2021
Wherein Itachi's a pacifistic genius, Danzo should have ordered the Uchiha massacre a bit more clearly and eighty-six clansmen vanish.
Ruthless murderer, cold-hearted criminal, member of the notorious Akatsuki- and, as Kisame finds out, a very affectionate cat.
(spoiler alert: he doesn't actually turn into a cat. Sorry.)
If being killed by his own son wasn’t bad enough, Fugaku now has to spend his afterlife watching said son making out with a six foot tall shark.
A series of ficlets which explores what life might have been had Sandaime come to an obvious solution for the Uchiha problem.