Tokka: Outside the Box'I think you all look perfect!' That line struck a chord with Sokka when Toph said it. She was referring to Sokka's picture of Team Avatar in Gaoling after they had all defeated Firelord Ozai. Yes, Toph was trying to be funny by making fun of her blindness, but that joke gave Sokka a stroke of brilliance.Tokka: Outside the Box4 years ago in Comedy
"Ohhh!" Sokka shouted as he immediately jumped up from his chair with his painting in hand and ran for his purse. "I'll be right back!" Sokka was out the door so fast that the group was left standing there, staring at each other. "What was that about?" Toph asked to no one in particular. She could sense Zuko and Iroh shrug, but their attention was drawn by a nudge from Suki. She was pointing to the scene going just outside the room. Katara and Aang had just locked lips in a loving embrace. Suki gave a longing sigh while Mai folded her arms and turn
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" Snoozles you are snoring too loud I'm still sleepy shut up " Toph searched for her knees inside of the deep darkness that was her forever blind state, hugging them carefully and trying to win some sleep and ignore the strong snoring of her best friend by her side. " My head feels like burning and you are not helping it feel any better "
" I'm not snoring ok maybe I was but if you don't like it, then why are you sleeping so close to me ?" Sokka rubbed his eyes, he was dizzy. Apparently it was still night time since he couldn't see a damn thing.
" You are such a moron, I'm not sleeping close to you you are sleeping close to me " Toph's voice sounded dizzy as well, but Sokka ignored her, he could feel the blood running through his head giving him a strong headache, and wasn't at all in the mood for their usual arguing. " Uhgh, I feel sick why is the ground so soft ?"
Tokka - My LullabyThe never ending rainstorm pounded endlessly on the four helpless tents in the clearing. The patter of rain on the tarp of his tent was somewhat soothing to Sokka. For some odd reason, it was the closest thing to being home as he ever felt. He listened tentatively to the melody of monotone drops just outside, and was beginning to drift into sleep.Tokka - My Lullaby5 years ago in Short Stories
A tremendous crack shattered the silence as Sokka bolted up, unnerved by the sudden thunder.
He lay down once more, and began to close his eyes when a new sound entered the air.
It sounded soft and almost unnoticeable, but it was there. Silent, muffled sobs wisped through the air as Sokka pulled on his tunic, and peeked out of his tent to find out what was going on.
To his surprise, the sight that greeted him was the same sight he left when he went to bed: Nothing but his companions' tents and a terrible storm awaited him outside. He was just about to return to sleep when thunder rolled through the valley once more, and the sobbing started ag