...ed inside me, the Fire Nation abandoned me.
I have nothing to give it…
I have nothing to live for.
“There is so much that you have missed out on. You are seventeen, now. So much has changed. The world has slowly rebuilt itself, Father resides in jail, and hope is alive.”
Stop your taunting, Zuko.
But you read my book well.
I miss the outside world.
I wish just to be a part of it again.
“But there is something else, Azula.”
Another figure entered behind Zuko.
I remember them!
They hurt me…
But they loved me too…
“Father told me that she was banished to the Earth Kingdom. She was a refugee, just like Uncle and I.”
Ursa smiled warmly at her broken daughter. “Azula. There is so much left unsaid between us.”
No kidding, Mother.
This is just an illusion.
Yes, an illusion.
That is what those doctors told me. My visions are unreal.
Mother, you died, did you not?
You do not exist…
Tears flew from Azula’s torn face. She screamed ferociously. Flames roared from her mouth in her angered ecstasy. She scorched the bars and wished that the blue fire would reach her mother.
Just to show you what you did to me.
I want your heart to hurt…