Note: I don’t remember the episodes with Gaara’s death in it, so I’m improvising, I could go and re-watch them, but I don’t have the time to do so.
You have traveled through the desert for what seemed like days. Your determination to save Gaara kept you going even if the heat didn’t want you to.
I should have brought more water, you thought.
You continued going straight till you spotted something or someone. You got down to the ground and looked. It was a person that was hunched over.
He has the same coat as the guy who took Gaara, you thought.
“Hey!” you shouted.
The hunched man turned to see you in the air with a fist ready to hit him. Some sort of tail came out of his cloak and swot you away. You landed on your stomach. You looked up at the hunched man and glared. You got back up.
“Where did you guys take Gaara?” you asked.
‘That Jinchuriki is dead,” the hunched man said, “you should give up on him.”
You growled. You made a few hand signs and slammed your hands down on the ground. The ground shook, and then it cracked open right toward the hunched man. He jumped, and the tail came out and swotted at you again. You ended up hitting your head on a rock. The Hunched man landed.
“What a nuisance,” he commented.
You struggled to look at him. You were between consciousness and unconsciousness.
“W…wait…” you struggled to say.
The hunched man didn’t seem to hear you. You managed to get back up on your feet. You slowly followed him.
Sakura checked Kankuro to make sure that all of the poison was gone.
“You seem to be fine now,” she said, “but I would still rest for a day or two.”
“But-” started Kankuro.
Sakura held up her hand.
“We will find Gaara and bring him back,” she said.
Just then Temari came in. She looked around.
“Has Gala come in here at any point?” she asked.
Sakura and Kankuro shook their head.
“That’s not good,” said Temari, “she might have gone after Gaara.”
“Oh no,” said Kankuro with widened eyes, “those guys are strong. She wouldn’t stand a chance against them.”
Temari had a worried look.
“We’ll try to find her as well,” said Sakura.
Hopefully, we won’t be too late for the both of them, she thought.
You staggered as you continued to follow the hunched man. He led you to a cave of some sort. You slowly went in. You saw Gaara there laying on the floor motionless. You semi ran to him without noticing the hunched man and the blonde one who took Gaara away. You noticed that Gaara wasn’t breathing nor was there a pulse. You started to tear up.
No, you thought, no. No…
You Started to sob. The blonde man got ready to attack.
“There is no need Deidara,” said the hunched man, “she is demoralized therefore she no longer a threat.”
Deidara sighed and stood down.
“Whatever you say Sasori, my man,” he said.
You lay at Gaara’s side and placed your head on his chest. You started to hum a song your mom once sang to you.
There was nothing, but darkness surrounding Gaara. There was, also, nothing but silence. It was pretty lonely in this darkness. Suddenly there was humming.
Where is that coming from? Wondered Gaara.
He listened to it for a bit longer.
Gala? Gaara asked.
Suddenly there was a light shining far away from him. Gaara felt someone grab his hand. When he looked, he saw you. But the both of you were children. You continued to hum as you lead him deeper into the light. Gaara could make out silhouettes of other people. They were small but got bigger the closer you two got. You suddenly stopped moving and humming. You started to sob.
Gala? Gaara asked, why are you crying?
Please don’t leave me, you answered.
I’m right he- Gaara started.
The light started to fade away, and Gaara started moving away from you.
I’m sorry, you said.
Gaara reached out to you as you started to fall backward.
Gala! He shouted.
Gaara tried to run to you.
I love you, you said before fading away along with the light.
Gala! Gaara shouted once more only to be greeted with the silence the darkness brought.
You had fallen into unconsciousness. Deidara shook his head.
“I don’t see why she wasted her time on him hm,” he said.
“That doesn’t matter,” said Sasori, “we have other things to do.”
Deidara sighed once more.
“Yeah yeah,” he said.
They left you and Gaara right where you were.