DW: I'm Sorry"I'm sorry," he whispered, just loud enough for her to hear. "I am so, so sorry."
Rose sniffed and turned away from the spot the TARDIS had disappeared, looking at the man beside her. Brown eyes met her, filled with a mix of both regret and happiness. "Why are you sorry?" she asked. "You didn't leave me here."
"But I knew it would happen," he admitted. "I knew it the moment we arrived. He he just wants you to be happy, but I'd be a fool, if I pretended you could possibly be happy with me. I know you love him, that wonderful Time Lord, and I'm just part-human with no time and space to offer you, and "
Rose smiled inwardly at his babbling. This was the final confirmation that this was really her Doctor. Her wonderful, gorgeous Doctor, right down to the really, really great hair. With no hesitation she lunged forward, pressing her lips to his in a kiss which was even more passionate as the one they had shared moments ago (if that were possible).
This turned out to be
The Doctor's Letter.Dear Mr. Slenderman,
We have never met, as I am sure you are aware.
But as of late I have received word from many, many reputable sources that you are being rather a nuisance on the planet Earth and in that general region of the space-time continuum. Now, do not try and deny your presence at the Shadow Proclamation in the Delta Galaxy: you were informed of your limitations, as well as your freedoms and warned to stay at least 11.7 million light years away from the Milky Way, Andromeda and Sagittarius Dwarf and Canis Major Dwarf galaxies- which, I must admit, is talent: I've never had that many Galactic restraining orders in my life! (As a matter of fact, I don't think anyone has except maybe the Daleks. But that's another story) .You are closely related to the Silence in subspecies and abilities: like them , you are little more than a parasite. And a particularly foul parasite at that.
You have caused nothing but despair and distress to the Universe and every other living t
Why Merlin Should Be Allowed To SleepMerlin stifled a yawn.
He was tired, he had a headache, he had spent all morning being pelted with swords during 'training' (aka Let's Beat Up Merlin! Hour...) and, worst of all, he was now in a meeting with Arthur, the council and with no Gwaine to share sarcastic remarks with.
Hmm... This pillar really was comfy- NO! Damn it, if he just stayed awake for one more hour...
But it was so dull... Merlin tuned back into the conversation to see if it had evolved into anything interesting.
Arthur: So are you saying we have to raise the grain intakes for-
Sir whatever his name is: Yes Sire, but in such a way as-
Sir Whatever his name's in arch nemesis: I disagree! It is more important to replace the various weakened structures within the stables than to simply increase the yada yada of the influx of silk and yada yada trade with the apples and yada yada oh lets do more to make Arthur's life even more dull than it is already.
Okay, so it had not evolved into anything interesting. If anything,
Sanctuary 5 (X-men x Reader)CHAPTER 5
“That was a little excessive don’t you think, mon ami?” Gambit piped up as Logan walked past him loitering in the hall.
“Is it any of your business, Cajun?”
“Well it’s come to my attention that you’ve been nothing but harsh toward la fille, and she’s been nothing but wonderful.”
“You know as well as I do that she could be dangerous. Her sob story shouldn’t be trusted right away.”
“That may be so, but I also know how it feels to escape from une famille who only ever used you. She’s terrified of us, Logan. Why make that worse?” Logan just grunted and walked away. Gambit rolled his eyes and sighed. He strolled down the hall to knock on your door.
“Chére, It’s Gambit.”
You panicked slightly at the knocking. You wiped the tears from your face and tried to take a few deep breaths.
“J-Just a minute!” you called out as you calmed yourself down. In a few m