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Author - Sonja Doty | Genre - Angst | Genre - UST | Main Story | Rating - G | U
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By Sonja Doty
Summary: The ubiquity of it all was not comforting.
This was not logical.
In the course of logic, the ubiquity of death was inevitably true. Whether it was by slow decay, or swift deterioration, that was something she had faced time and again. Colleagues and enemies melted into a dizzying blur of faces when considered, and it was to remain that way, a fact, no more. Mental capacity was to be kept at the optimum, no matter what the unfortunate occurrences.
His death was not logical.
Logic had no prevailing atmosphere in the time she had spent on Enterprise. This was disconcerting at the beginning, but she had accustomed herself to the frantic emotions. His was the most engaging.
When TíPol stripped away the overabundance of emotions, she had found an intelligent, competent engineer. His company was enjoyable, when taken in moderation.
Evidently, as she thought of it, she had indulged herself.
The mission was logical.
He was not.
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Three people have made comments
Great start.... but I feel like I am being teased. Please give us more!
I have so many questions.
Is he dead? Is he going to die? Has he sacrificed himself for the good of the mission? Is she even talking about OMT? Is she just pondering scenarios(sp?)?
More please, more. I am in need of answers.
Great start by the way,(if it is a start to something) I'm hooked just because I need to know what's really happening.
I agree with Clicks! What the heck happened?