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DysfunctionYou called it your dried salt cod,
and we laughed,
remembering Shakespeare and Milton
and all the crudities of being eighteen.
Strip lights on the ceiling
and the subliminal buzz
and windows wide as our ambitions.
And over coffee
you pinched a petal from the tulip
that stood at centre stage,
and dropped it from your fingertips.
And then your laugh stuttered a little.
Talking of Blue...Talking of blue,
I would say that the blue light
traced the tracks of your veins,
ripples in your skin.
I would say that the blue water
did little to hold you above it,
for you were not buoyant.
I would said that blue fingernails and blue lips
were not the fashion choice for winter.
Concentration-camp-chic was not the in thing.
You would say nothing,
as I would try to warm you.
Star Trek: After Midnight
Star Trek TOS
Challenge Response One-shot
It was late in the lab. In fact, it was very late. Had Christine been working with any other officer she would have pleaded exhaustion and left for her quarters long before now. Hell, she hadn't even had dinner yet and she was pretty sure she'd missed lunch. That was how tired she was. She laughed a little at herself for that. She had been working so hard she could not even remember if she had eaten lunch.
But Christine was working alongside Spock, and there was almost no incentive in the world that would make her give up before the task was completed. This antigen was important. Spock was a brilliant scientist, more qualified for this task even than McCoy but Spock was not a biochemist, and she was. He deemed her insight invaluable to the process, and she would not let him down. And since Spock would work ceaselessly until the antigen was perfected, she supposed she would have to do so with
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