starjargon: (tardis)
Rating: K
Characters/Relationships: The TARDIS; 3rd Doctor & Bessie
Word Count: 200
Summary: The Doctor wasn't the only one banished to Earth.
A double drabble remix for the DW Remix community: another astrogirl2 story called "DOING TIME. Because I couldn't just do one, in the end.
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She will, could, did- is.

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starjargon: (tardis)
Rating: K+
Characters/Relationships: 1st Doctor & Susan Foreman; War Doctor; 9th Doctor & TARDIS; Brigadier; 10th Doctor; Sarah Jane
Word Count: 997
Summary:The Doctor was once just the man who ran away from home to see the universe. But he's become so much more than that since the War.
Written for dw-remix. A combined remix of Atrogirl's stories: Home Is the Place That's There for You to Leave, Survivor, Veteran, and The Weather in Your Eyes, because all were so amazing it was too hard to just choose one. Thank you to [ profile] morganfm for the beta.

His young eyes survey this unchosen birthplanet as he prepares to run away, weary of the rules and regulations, disillusioned with neglected power of his people. The stars themselves now summon, beckoning him away from this prison he'd once called home. And when Susan asks where they and his quite old new ship shall go, he replies anywhere, meaning everywhere, giddy with the possibilities.

Perhaps, he hopes,

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starjargon: (AmyRory DoctorRiver)
Rating: K
Summary: Tabetha and Augustus Pond are excited to meet their granddaughter and attend her graduation. They just have to figure out how to get to her first, as only Ponds can do.
Notes: This loosely relates to "That Woman is my Daughter," but can be taken either a one-shot or part two of a three-shot. Please enjoy and review!

After revealing the truth about their daughter and her non- childhood, it was easy for Amy to extend River's graduation invitation to the eager first- time grandparents.

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A/N- This idea and then the writing of this story had me in tears, and I thought it only fair you share my pain.  I blame Moffat.  Please review.

All the lights were off in the once cheery TARDIS blue- doored house.  The Doctor half- sonicked the lock, then roughly finished opening the door as he jammed his way violently into the front foyer.  He looked around, all the happy memories still framed on the walls, prized belongings shelved for all the world to see.  As if memories brought happiness. Read more... )
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A/N- In honor of the anniversary, here’s my take on the TARDIS in the Time War.  The File number was also chosen to commemorate the date- not the amount thus far produced.  Written pre- 50th but post “Night of the Doctor.  Due to the nature of the war and the confusion I’m trying to convey, the verb changes are intentional.  The tense changes are used to convey a TARDIS mindset.  Based on Nine’s declaration that he survived the war “not by choice.”  Please let me know what you think.

She saw sees will always see the Great War.  She fights fought will always fight alongside her sisters, her thief as he yields to the call of his people, fighting, killing, deceiving, plotting until he no longer, will ever, can now resemble the man she once stole.  Neither is she the same one who stole had stolen did steal him. Read more... )
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A/N- An introspection- Part 1 of River from Time of the Angels.  All quotes property of Steven Moffat and the BBC.  Please Review.

Oh, she’d stumbled upon very young versions of them, River could tell.  Literally she tumbled into them, well, him anyway.Read more... )
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A/N- I just needed some Doctor/ River fluff-  so not especially Amy/Rory/ River Pondy.  Also, who else loved the 50th?  Everyone?! Good- because it was brilliant and amazing, and I loved it and it was funny and emotional and I just needed to share my feelings, so now I’m done with wasting your time on this author’s note.

He landed in the middle of a party.  He loved a good party.  Well, he used to. Read more... )
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A/N- I plan on doing another series of one- shots of different moments/ emotions/ reasons for from the TARDIS’ point of view.  This is the thing that first came to mind- she would have to be as crazy as the Doctor to run as he did.  Being as she’s the TARDIS, I’ve tried playing with the tenses as I would imagine a being that exists in all of time would perceive things.   This is the first of quite a few situations that come to mind.  As always, suggestions are welcome, as well as reviews to let me know how the tenses thing works or if it makes any sense.  Please let me know whether or not I should continue this series in this format.

She had travelled well.  Far.  Long.  Boring planets where she was witness to boring meetings and new pacts and treaties.  She did her duty and taxied her owners to and fro, as she was created to do.  She had existed would exist did exist to serve and to obey and to follow.  So she served would obey had followed as was her duty.  Then, they readied her for decommission, she had lived was living will one day live a long life, enough for her kind.  But she looked into her own heart and realized she wanted so much more.  For millennia on end she had simply been. Now, discussing it with her sisters who always thought her peculiar, she wanted to see.  She wants to experience.  She will long to feel.

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