|Fantasy about the theme.|
Oi, Spaceman! The Girl from the Noble Temple Jack Harkness had seen lots of things - from deadly and neverending TV shows to those who wanted to end the reality itself. Right now he was on the intergalactic station in year 802,324, which meant that here everything was controlled from all sides and adapted for all kinds of passengers - from little cute things like Adipose to slimy giants like Slitheen. Nothing could predict that a trifle would break in and almost ruin all order... but trifles are such, they never care about the surrounding world attempting to stop them.Oi, Spaceman! The Girl from the Noble Temple by CarryPhoenix
To tell the truth, Jack only got involved in dealing with that trifle because the howling of the alarm bothered him. Pushing the way through the tightening crowd of aliens (he had to look both up and down not to squash anybody and not to bump into anyone else), he reached the doors leading to the take-off area and saw the reason of the mess.
A human girl of about ten or eleven was feverishly attempting
2000 Years Young "Coming!.. Coming!.. Now!.. Now!.."2000 Years Young by CarryPhoenix
Usually society is afraid of things which bring changes, no matter for better or for worse. In this case it was something else. This town had better life conditions, better harvest, better trades - better everything apart from sicknesses and deaths and their relatives. But there's always a price to pay, and this was the day when everybody gathered at the town's square, waiting for a miracle. Or at least for a sight.
A collective "aaaaaahhhhh!" sounded over the square, and the crowd divided in two, making a path for the reason of everything better.
Nothing changed this time. The core of the changes did not change itself.
A boy of about ten in odd clothes was walking through the crowd, throwing grim glances at it. He was young, but visibly strong and healthy, though pale and with eyes that seemed to be much larger than normally - dark brown, sunken and surrounded with shades, they didn't reflect the light. His hair wa
The Child Companion Christmas "You're not going to do it again, are you?" Clara Oswald leaned on the TARDIS console and grinned, her right brow arched. She couldn't sleep again, and she remembered what had taken place a little while ago. Loads and loads of her timey-wimey copies... "Don't pretend that you can't hear me. I know there's something in your mind, I do!"The Child Companion Christmas by CarryPhoenix
"It's not me! Simmy always causes trouble!"
Clara started. She had expected to see an image, or to hear beeping and chirping, or else, but a little voice too close to her wasn't waited for. It sounded from under the console, so she crouched and looked underneath.
A little boy of about four or five was sitting, hugging his knees and staring at her with huge blue eyes. He had a thick black fringe which reached his eyebrows, and his clothing included short pants with really silly suspenders (red with yellow patterns), white shirt and - oh please - blue polka-dotted bowtie.
"How did you get her
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Inertia by AsherMane
Suggester says: This piece specifically
is lathered with imagery, and very emotionally
heavy in the face of its subject: Alzhimer's.
The creative use of the repeated line, the loss
of both good and bad memories, and the pain
it causes the sufferer are expressed phenomenally well.
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I am a simple student. My love is languages, so I study English, German and Chinese. I also write stories and poetry.|
Current Residence: Everywhere I can be in
Favourite genre of music: Music with sense
Favourite style of art: Fantasy
Operating System: Windows XP
Favourite cartoon character: Rocket from "Galactik Football"
Personal Quote: I don't lie. I tell incredible things or the ones you don't believe in