Author: Kuroi Fushichou PM
This oneshot poem is about Luffy and his greatest fear. Does anyone really understand why he'll never give up in a fight?Rated: Fiction K+ - English - Angst/Poetry - Luffy - Words: 306 - Reviews: 5 - Favs: 14 - Follows: 2 - Published: 01-12-08 - Status: Complete - id: 4007411
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Wide innocent eyes,
That trick people so clearly;
even those that this person holds dearly.
He fights for his friends,
Rather die then let them down.
Smiles so widely,
No one watches for a frown.
They can't see the tears that slowly tumble to the ground,
Or the creeping indecision,
which invades without a sound.
Why can't anyone hear the cries that haunt his dreams?
He's afraid that all he has
won't amount to anything.
Afraid that every single nakama
Will be stripped away;
That he won't be strong enough
To fight so they can stay.
His burden is the heaviest,
Yet he shows it not at all.
Mugiwara no Luffy,
He stands the straightest of them all.
Nakama is the Japanese word for dear friend. To call someone your nakama is almost the equivalent to saying that they're part of your family. (I.E. Luffy's nakama is his crew; because all of his crew members are his dearly important friends.)
Mugiwara no Luffy means Straw-Hat Luffy. Straw-Hat Luffy is Luffy's nick name and what he is called on his wanted poster.
Until next time - Kuroi Fushichou