"It is odd, maybe they just didn't want people to come out here? Just hidden away in sands to not be disturbed by the outside world. . ." She thought to herself for a moment, her hands stopping from the pots in front of her. Dropping the spoon lightly as she looked back as one of the people took the full pot of food to the serving areas. A light smile entered her face as her eyes turned to Masaru, watching his fingers move at a steadily. Even if she couldn't see the slightest of movements that Masaru was making, she was sure they were there. Her hands back to the spoons, stirring for a minute as her thoughts were stirring alongside her hands. "But, we can't live in that fantasy that we can never be found and that people will not travel through those heats to get to us. Our Village was destroyed by attacks despite us being so far out here," Her head turned away as she looked to the people after she finished talking. There were families holding each other and eating as if it was a dinner back in their homes, luckily for her family they were far from this but those smiles were nothing that other adults had around her while she was a child.
"But there is some beauty in the uniform colors of Sunagakure and the lands, there's a piece of it that will always be hidden and beautiful. People just don't go looking for it," She paused once again, her face almost not changing for a moment as she processed what Masaru had said to her. He asked what she thought, something that most don't ask to a random Shinobi. Hell, she didn't even live within the walls of the village for the most part. "I'm happy for those still alive after everything going down over here, I don't. . .like war. It tears everyone and everything down just for a result that we don't have any say in. It's good to be able to enjoy everything about it, but I don't see that, I'd rather enjoy the bars and help those who need it," While honest in most part, deep within Kisora was a different truth. One buried so deep that it won't see the lights of beating sun of the sands. "But, we will either see him return or someone else elected, that's how things go. We have to keep moving forward."