FutureThey say the world used to be different. They say that where there is land, there used to be water, and vis-versa. They say that humans used to be just that, human. I'm not sure I believe them.Future by dndchick
The year is 5743 AD, and the world is what it is. Mostly land, about thirty percent water, the earth is cleaner than it used to be. See, we humans had fucked up, polluting the earth with poisons and smog, killing everything nature had given us. The earth was dying. Then, in the year 3000, Mother Earth fought back. Everything, all the pollution, all the companies and corporations causing destruction, were destroyed in natural disasters. The earth itself shifted, giving us the landscape we have now. Human kind was set back years technologically.
But we did what we do best, we rebuilt. But we'd learned our lesson, and we use only clean energy now.
But those are all minor differences from what we supposedly used to be. The biggest difference is the people themselves.
About 100 years back some countr
ZUTARA WEEK '09 - JEALOUSYKatara wrenched her arm free. Don't touch me! she screeched, whipping around to arch an arm threateningly behind her head. Aang flinched like a wounded animal and bit his lip. But KataraZUTARA WEEK '09 - JEALOUSY by Purple-Lives-On
Don't talk to me, either!
Aang moved again, reaching out for her. She turned on a dime and slapped him, hard.
Just leave me alone, Aang, she said coldly. He cradled his stinging cheek in the palm and slumped his shoulders, defeated, as she stormed off.
Just how had he lost her, anyway? And to Zuko? What did she see in him anyway? Nothing made sense to him anymore...How could she choose Zuko over the Avatar, the boy she rescued from an iceberg? He slid down the wall behind him and tousled imaginary hair. It didn't make any sense to him.
Katara kept a brisk pace, holding on the the rage that had led her to hit the Avatar, using it to propel herself forward and block out any thoughts she would rather not be having.
Such as, oh, I don't know, that th