When I leaveThese feelings of spite
They are all left behind when I leave
Leave this wretched house.
The home of my tormentors,
My prison guards,
No trust, freedom, or freedom of expression
No anything inside.
All they give me are their sky high expectations
Well, those and the consequences
For not living up to them
For not being perfect in every way
But when I leave I can be anything I want to be
I can be me, a music child
And that’s the thing I long to express.
Outside that’s acceptable,
Outside its embraced and encouraged
Most of all you don’t have to fear
Fear of what will happen
When you show the real you.
When I leave, I leave my troubles,
Those sky high expectations,
And everything else
At the source. . .
house, my prison, my personal hell on earth.
Out of the Range of Eavesdroppers Pt. 2 Korra slammed up against a wall to avoid a jab from an Equalist Chi Blocker, then she shot burst of fire right as his head, and to her dismay he ducked. By then Korra had managed to swing around, so she was behind him. She yanked two chunks of rock from the stone floor and they flew towards him, this time, making contact. He promptly stumbled backwards then slumped to the floor and groaned.
Good, one down, two to go Korra thought as she ran down the hallway a ways to find Mako and help him takedown the Chi Blockers. When she got there the Chi Blockers seemed to be having a hard time keeping up with Mako as he ducked and dodged jabs while throwing flaming punches and kicks, obviously using the whole “cool under fire” thing he had established in the Pro-Bending Arena. One of Equalists the was hit square in the stomac
Out of the range of eavesdroppers Pt. 1Korra stood next to Naga in the small grass area next to the Air temple while the last remaining beams of light from the setting sun bathed her in a soft orange-ish pink color. Naga’s tail wagged back and forth in content as Korra brushed out her fur.
Suddenly Korra was acutely aware of a human presence standing right behind her, breathing down her neck. “Can I talk to you?” the familiar voice asked slightly tinged with sadness as arms slipped around her waist.
“That depends on whether or not I have train while we talk,” Korra teased as she turned around to look into the amber colored eyes that were the one thing that weakened her and saw despair in them.
“No, you don’t, I think you’ve done your required amount for today.” Mako managed to get ou