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Sphallolalia - KataangSphallolalia - Flirtatious talk that leads nowhere.Sphallolalia - Kataang by ChelberNo1
For a start, she was suspicious when he first started following her around, never further than two steps away from her. If she went to walk down to the well to get water, he would shadow her, not saying anything, just making the breeze swirl around her. If she was peeling potatoes, he'd be standing beside her, sometimes helping her, sometimes just playing with a lock of her hair.
Even when she was just lounging around, relaxing, he would always be there, sitting by her feet, dozing off. She was waiting for the punch line; maybe he wanted something, and was just trying to soften her up.
The punch line never came.
After a few days of this behaviour, he then started with the compliments.
(While he watched her practice her bending) 'I can honestly say I have seen a fair few waterbenders in my time, but none were as amazing as you. Not even close.'
(While she cooked some Water Tribe food for herself and Sokka) 'Hm
Tarantism - KataangTarantism - Kataang by ChelberNo1
Tarantism - The urge to overcome melancholy by dancing.
She remembers the first time she experienced rain outside the Southern Water Tribe.
She had seen snow falling from the sky before, of course, but this, she had never seen anything like this. This rain was gentle, a light mist. The water droplets clung to her hair, to her clothes. It seemed to make the earth a deeper, richer shade of brown, it brought out the jade green of the leaves in the trees around her.
It was one of the most beautiful things she had ever seen.
And, just like that, she didn’t want it. She wanted home – nice, safe, comforting home.
She had broken down. Collapsed onto her knees, fingers digging into the damp earth, and cried.
Aang had found her like that. He knelt beside her, held her until her sobs subsided. She had looked up at him, bleary eyed, and he smiled gently to her. He had pulled his shoes off, asked her to do the
MasqueradeShe should've known her father was up to no good.Masquerade by ChelberNo1
He had done the vacuuming himself, and the dusting. He had tried to cook dinner, then called for pizza as he tried to scrub charred food from various pots and pans. Hell, he'd even offered to take her to that waterbending demonstration that she had been dying to go to.
Sokka had stayed in the shadows, watching Hakoda with an amused expression. When the pizza had arrived, he had grabbed a couple of slices, then bolted for his room, sniggering over his shoulder.
And yet, when Hakoda set down his plate and cleared his throat awkwardly, she had not seen it coming.
'Katara,' he began seriously. 'I am about to ask you for a favour, but at the same time you really don't have a choice.'
She had just started to take a bite of her pizza. 'What?' she said thickly.
'There's this, um, the council is holding a… a party tomorrow night. As a representive of the Water Nation, I am required to attend.'
Katara set her pizza down. 'No. I'm n
Borra: The Avatar's Guidance Chapter TwoBorra: The Avatar's GuidanceBorra: The Avatar's Guidance Chapter Two by moonlitinuyasha1985
Chapter Two: Huanle
(I do not, nor will I ever own The Legend of Korra. This series belongs to Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko.)
Haku was pulling on Korra's hand a bit more intently as they came upon two small rocks in the ground.
"...Are these your parents graves?" Korra asked.
"Yeah." Haku answered.
"How come there aren't any proper headstones?" Bolin asked.
"...After they died..." Haku started. "...I couldn't afford to pay for a funeral for them...so, I had to bury them myself."
Bolin shook his head, dolefully. The poor boy had it even worse than him and Mako had.
Korra frowned deeply, imagining how hard it must have been for a little boy to dig two graves all on his own.
"How long have they been gone?" she asked the boy.
"...Three years." Haku answered, albeit more quietly this time.
Bolin blinked curiously, asking, "Have you been living on the streets that whole time?"
Haku shook his head.
"No," he answered. "after mom and dad died,
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