He is a little bird.

He is a child, and yet he is a man.

He has no home, and yet he is at home wherever he is.

He has no one, and yet he has everyone.

He is joyous.

He is fearless, and yet he is afraid.

He has nothing, and yet he has everything.

He is no one, and yet he is someone great.


A/N: Please review! If anyone is wondering, the lines "He is a little bird" and "He is joyous" come from the song that Gavroche sings right before his death in the novel. PM me if you want the song in its entirety.

Update 6/4/13: I changed a couple lines that I thought didn't sound quite right.