The Most Longshot's Ever SaidThe Most Longshot's Ever Said5 years ago in Fan Fiction
"Longshot! Give it back!" Smellerbee cried trying to snatch her sweet bun out of my grasp. She was only seven though, and short for her age, whereas I was nine and more than a head taller. She loved me though, even with all my teasing. I found her, cold and half starved, when she was six, after she had lost her home. I had brought her here, to Jet's forest, and we have lived together ever since. Jet, as the oldest, always took care of food for us and sometimes managed to snag treats like candies or sweet buns.
"Why don't you two just go and get married," Jet teased, making a kissy face while he watched the two of us run through the trees. Smellerbee glared, she was clearly annoyed with both of us. It must be hard being the only girl. Finally giving up on trying to reach the sweet bun, she pounced and did the sweeping kick Jet had shown her, instead; knocking me off my feet.
"Victory is mine!" she cheered as she took the bun from me before I had time to react. With
PFF Contest EntryIs he asleep?PFF Contest Entry8 years ago in Fan Fiction
Longshot looked over at the young man across the room, propped up against the wall. Jets arms were folded casually over his bandaged chest, head bowed, his wild hair hanging just over his closed eyes. His steady and gentle breathing confirmed that the leader of the Freedom Fighters had fallen into slumber at last.
Longshot glanced back at Smellerbee, nodding silently. She looked relieved.
Oh, good, she said. He needs more rest, anyway.
Longshot nodded again- his silent trademark. Taking a seat beside Smellerbee, he took off his hat, and placed his bow on the floor beside him. Then he leaned against the wall and shut his eyes. Bee was right. Even though Jet had been saved by Kamome, a Waterbending Healer, he was still weak and very sore. And the fact that he, in his stubbornness, had persuaded his friends that he was well enough to walk halfway across the lower ring of Ba Sing Se; all the way back to their small apartment didn