Three WordsWords never spoken, thoughts never said. Lips never touched, books never read. My soul belongs to you, but you never did say, IThree Words by tenthdoctor10
love you? Unspoken, unseen, courage never read. My lover, my life, those words never said. They haunt me my love, those
unspoken words. Those three little words, you never did say. My love my angel, oh I have said, but do you my love, love me as
well? My angel, my world, do you love me? I see the stars in your eyes when our lips nearly touch, but what of me? You burned up
a sun just to say goodbye, but I looked into the heart of time itself for you, my lonely angel. I am your wolf, and you are my
storm, left wandering the stars with me. My angel my storm, my whole wide world. Speak to me, those three beautiful, beautiful
(a poem by me, tenthdoctor10)
The doctor's doctor. Chapter oneMelanee was walking home from her usual boring job as a plain and boring bank teller. She decided, for once, to walk through the park. It was the only interesting thing about her day. But then she noticed something that was never there before, a phone booth. She walked toward it and hesitantly opened the door. Holy cow, it was bigger on the inside! "Uhm....hello?" she called, looking around.The doctor's doctor. Chapter one by Christi317
A strange man popped up from above a panel in the floor, "stupid cords!! Why do I even bother with you??" He shouts as he managed to untangle himself from the 'stupid cords', then he ran with a stumble to some control panel in the middle of the floor.
"Uhm...hello?" she calls again, dragging the man's attention to her. She waves awkwardly, looking at the man curiously. He sure was a cute guy! How come she never saw anyone that cute at work???
The strange, bow tie-wearing man finally noticed the girl, and ran to her with curiosity and suspicion, "Ello'?" He pointed a odd gadget that made a buz
Loners, Together"There isn't another way." "I didn't say there was, Sweetie." -- How could he understand what he asked of her. Asking her to kill him, to allow herself to kill him.Loners, Together by Betawhofic
Alone. River had always been alone. Yes, for some of it she had Amy and Rory. But for most of her life, for most of what she was, she had always been alone.
The Doctor didn't understand that. For all that he considered himself a loner, the man was rarely alone. He had friends up and down the timestream, his Tardis was always full of Companions and noise and excitement. Comraderie.
Not so for her. She really was alone. Alone in Stormcage. Alone in the orphanage. Alone, despite Amy and Rory, in Leadworth. Even in college, where she'd had friends, she'd still been alone.
How could he understand what he asked of her. Asking her to kill him, to allow herself to kill him.
How could she kill the only person who'd ever made her not alone? The only person she knew wh
Hopping For Your LifeDoctor to Rose - "Remember hopping for your life?" -Hopping For Your Life by Betawhofic
“I don’t think I can keep doing this!” Rose yelled back as she barreled forward, struggling to keep her balance.
“Just keep going!” the Doctor’s gruff voice yelled behind her. She twisted to see, not easy when hopping on one foot, and found him right behind her, his long, athletic leg taking long bounds in his blue jeans, his buzz cut hair much less bouncy than her own, which kept whipping into her eyes and stinging.
She turned back around and hopped. Her left leg was chained to her waist, bent up behind her. Their alien captors had seemed to think that would hobble them enough to keep them from going anywhere.
She grinned fiercely and hopped harder. Her left butt cheek hurt. She was sure she was going to sprain her ankle and she could hear the howls of their pursuers gaining louder behind them.
“Quick, over the creek!” the Doctor’s husky voice said, right behind her.
The Baby Episode (Doctor Who)What if the Doctor and River had met as Time Tots? This is Doctor Who done Rugrats, Tiny Toons, and Muppet Babies style.The Baby Episode (Doctor Who) by Betawhofic
She was short and pudgy with big blue-green eyes and fluffy curls.
He was short and had a long fringe hanging down over big piney green eyes that peeked out at her shyly from behind his bangs.
“You’re adorable!” the little girl said. She liked his polka dot bow tie, and his little rainbow braces.
He dug a booted toe into the ground shyly and peered at her soulfully. “You’re beautiful.”
She reached out and clasped his hand. The rest of the children ran wild around them, pudgy little nymph Zygons, two twin little Sontarans in baby blue armor, the class puppy Drashig was gnawing on a bowling ball in the corner, making high pitched growly screamy noises, and a bashful little Ood sat in the corner, twiddling nervously with his stubby mouth tentacles and eyeing the others, crossing and uncrossing his legs, as if he wanted to join