I saw my sister,
Katara, by the river,
Aglow in a sliver
Of cold moonlight,
With no clouds in sight;
The water at her beck and call,
Obeying her every gesture,
Her silent commands to rise and fall
Moulded by her gentle pressure….
I saw my lover,
Princess Yue, wrapped in glowing silver;
Entombed by the moon’s cold light,
Reflected in that river;
Yet no unbroken image lay
To soothe my eyes or gently stay
Sokka learned to be flexible. He may be closed-minded at first, but that was because he wanted to protect himself and those he loved. Not long after he started traveling with the Avatar, Sokka began to change, even to the extend that he humbly apologized to Suki. As the series progressed, he became more optimistic. He liked to keep smiles on his friends' faces using his wit, sarcastic humor, and overall eccentricity. Sokka was an underdog. He was constantly the one who got beaten upon. Most of his plans failed miserably; however, he bravely kept fighting.
Sokka was clearly very loyal to his friends, family, and allies. Many times over he had helped them when he could and when he was needed. However, Sokka also seemed to realize the importance —and sometimes necessity— of one having to fight their own battles. When Master Piandao attacked Sokka, Aang, Katara, and Toph rushed in to help Sokka, but he told his friends to stay back as it was his battle to fight alone. He had to prove himself as a swordsman, although it turned out Piandao simply attacked his pupil just to test him. Later, he held a similar view during Aang's battle...