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【羽・WINGS・Park Jimin】

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The Symbol of Hope

Guys.. this chapter made me realize something while talking with @aoimikans 

Izuku isn’t going to become the Symbol of Peace. That will always be who All Might was. 

When Sir Nighteye tried to look into the future, hoping he saw the boys and Eri escaping and surviving, he saw nothing. 

Which possibly means he passed out, he can’t see a changing future, (Edit: or Chisaki dies - not by Izuku’s hand but by his own quirk), or Chisaki pricked him with the bullets he picked up. 

But I feel that’s less likely since he wouldn’t want to waste them on who he perceived was a dying man. 

But more importantly, what we immediately get as a reply to this blank future is this:

The kid who was Quirkless, whose actions led to him earning a Quirk. The kid who gave back All Might’s will to live. The kid that changed the meaning of Deku. The kid who has helped and changed his classmates for the better. 

Izuku is an agent of change. He won’t be the Symbol of Peace. 

Izuku is going to become the Symbol of Hope. 

The Hero that Bends Fate. 

EDIT: 
Check out @aoimikans AMAZING POST expanding on this and more! 

self-pity is okay


but don’t let it turn into self-loathing


there is a line you need to learn


where the two start to fade into each other


and i know, it’s hard, i’ve been there


but don’t cross it


there are no paths over there


no guidance, just detrimental thoughts


it’s so easy to get lost and buried by your own mind


left with no air or will to exist


it’s all taken away from you so easily


and it’s such a cold place


i don’t want you to be stuck there


i don’t want you to be lost


i want you to have hope

I think claims that BTS never had a “hit” song in Korea, that everyone knew or was widely popular can be an insult to BTS. Because when you think about it, what made them popular wasn’t a ‘one hit’ wonder or viral video, but more so their growth in musicality and exploration of universal issues that slowly built their star image.They didn’t need to always create a ‘catchy’ song to stay relevant, but instead grew step by step and hurdled their way to the top. They are the epitome of musical growth built overtime, which combined with their social platform and constant communication, gave them the ability to break barriers for Kpop.

  • Clint: this is my fun floating water base, I'm going to make a nice pirate reference and call it the Jolly Roger
  • His Awful Sons: no old man, it's called the 'Burg!
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when you assume the enemy is trying to infiltrate the hideout, but no, its just ur son coming back from a snack run

bonus:

(dont tag as ship)

I’m broken.
Bruised and cracked,
From every punch you threw.

I’m broken,
Not physically.
But from the inside out.

I’m broken.
Even though all I ever wanted,
Was for you to be mine.

But don’t worry I’ll still say to you,
I’m fine.