Tales of Ba Sing Se High Chp 1PrologueTales of Ba Sing Se High Chp 15 years ago in Fan Fiction
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During the first day of school at Ba Sing Se Highschool, each student was asked to write an essay about themselves, how they think people see them and who they really are.
Hi, I'm Katara Mizu. I'm 15 and from the Southern Water Tribe. I also have an older brother. His name is Sokka. Our mom died when my brother and I were very young. Our dad is a soldier who is away a lot. Since our parents aren't around, our grandmother takes care of us. We're not exactly the richest people in the world but we get by.
I don't really know what people think of me. I guess I'm kind of invisible. I kind of like it because that way, no one judges you. No one ostracizes you. Most importantly, no one tries to bring you down. Sure, I feel insignificant especially when I do something good but no one notices but hey, I'll get over it.
Who am I? Well, I'm just a student who's trying to do her best in school so that one day, she can make her family proud. I'm pretty smart and I'
After ThoughtsKatara tiptoed into the room, like she had for the last two weeks. It wasn't necessary, as the others had been more than happy to point out. But even after doing this every day for fourteen straight days, she still felt as though she didn't belong here. None of them did.After Thoughts5 years ago in General Fiction
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The world's last hope lay comatose in the bed, as he had when she set him there. She shouldn't have expected him to wake up when the door creaked open-he never did. But she never allowed herself to give in fully to that doubt. It was like counting on the Sun not to rise. It would be letting go of hope. And hope was all they had left.
She sighed. Look where hope had gotten them. They were broken, defeated and on the run, barely having escaped with their lives. Their enemies did not rely on hope. They plotted and persisted, learning from their mistakes and trying harder every time, until finally they had succeeded. And they had succeeded thoroughly.
But, she considered, at least they were alive. He w