Tahorra - JealousyIt had been about a week since Tahno's breakdown and Korra hadn't seen him since. In a way she was disappointed, but at the same time she knew it was illogical for her to be. Tahno wasn't the kind of guy to come so far out of his way, especially for someone like her. And even if he for some reason did want to come for her, he wouldn't come simply because of Bolin and Mako.Tahorra - Jealousy2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
The more she thought about it, the more she found herself getting irritated at the brothers. If not for them maybe she'd be able to see how he was doing without having to search him out. She made a face. She'd never do that. It would make it seem like she wanted to see him. Ha! That was ridiculous. She shook her head at the idea.
"Hey." She heard a voice. The sound made her grot her teeth and a scowl come to her face instinctively. It was Mako. Her reaction was just further proof of her irritation with their unknowing involvement. "What're you doing out here?"
It was an innocent question, she knew it. Still,
A Real Pro(Tahorra:) Prologue Korra was frustrated. Korra was very frustrated, and as she practiced her air bending stances, it was quite obvious, as all of her muscles visibly twitched in tension; not to mention the fact that her emotions read on her face like the open book she was. Tenzin, being the wise man he was, sensed her discomfort from a mile away, even though it quite apparent upon witnessing the tight-jawed, teeth barred expression on her face.A Real Pro(Tahorra:) Prologue2 years ago in Romance More Like This
"Korra, is something bothering you? One cannot hope to 'have one's head in the game,' as you say it, if one's head is simply not in the game." Tenzin said, trying to throw 'contemporary' lingo into his dialect. This earned a bemused cocking of Korra's eyebrow at his attempt to be hip.
None the less, Korra turned the other cheek to Tenzin and simply stormed off, cracks in the earth forming where she stomped.
If anything, the old fart would agree with Mako.
A Real Pro(Tahorra): Chapter Three Gazing down in lust, Korra nearly inhaled the bowl of noodles in front of her. She hadn't had the appetite to eat ever since the tussle between Mako and Tahno; not to mention the fact that she had begun to feel slightly on edge when around Mako after him attacking her. It's nice to finally sit down for a good meal. Korra thought as she sloppily slurped the noodles into her mouth, splashing bits of soup on her nose and chin. She had come to eat noodles at the local noodle house, ironically where she had met Tahno, with Bolin to try and get her mind off of what all had happened the a few days before.A Real Pro(Tahorra): Chapter Three2 years ago in Romance More Like This
"Bo, at this rate we are going to have to waddle or be rolled out of this store. And I'm pretty sure you're chubby belly won't fit through that itty bitty door!" Korra joked, pointing her chopsticks at Bolin.
"Kowwuh, shudduwp! I'm buhtiphul!" Bolin shouted with his mouthful, but it was obvious that something was on her team mates mind.
Tahorra - Run to YouTahno's povTahorra - Run to You2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
When she cries - she runs to me.
When she can't take the weight of the world - she runs to me.
When she gets madder than she can stand - she runs to me.
When she wants to forget you - she runs to me.
When she wants to laugh - she runs to me.
When she has no one who'll listen - she runs to me.
When she wants to be herself - she runs to me.
When she wants to feel needed - she runs to me.
When you break her heart - she runs to me.
But when she wants love, she's nowhere to be found. She always runs to you.
A Real Pro(Tahorra): Chapter Oneauthors note: contains profanityA Real Pro(Tahorra): Chapter One2 years ago in Romance More Like This
The halls of the police precinct were quiet, with only the hum and drone of a few whispered conversations hovering in the air to break the silence. It was really rather dreary, to say the least, and the atmosphere made Korra cringe. I couldn't get comfy here if I tried. I wonder if this place is always like this. She thought, scanning the grim room. It was then that her eyes fell on a sunken lump of a man, or the shell that remained of a former man, rather.
"Tahno?" She asked, shocked to say the least at the state that the stuck-up Tahno was in as she slid onto the bench next to him, ever so careful to maintain the distance between them that he never failed to invade.
"Hey, Korra." He said simply, with no haughtiness or jeering in his voice. Tahno's fire had completely burnt out. He was simply dried up.
A pang of guilt hit Korra as she recalled watching him fall to the tomb of water that