2 Works by Dianaartemis16 in Star Trek: Alternate Original Series (Movies)
02 Dec 2013
But Kirk let it slide, maybe just this once. Though it was really out of consideration for McCoy, because the man did seem awfully on edge lately. And maybe it had to do with world-ending Nero, or the ending-world-as-you-know-it Khan, or the fact that Kirk had wormed his way into a warp core and found out, funnily enough, that intensive radiation really does kill. And he really hadn’t expected to wake up again. Except he did. But then there was the past three weeks of trying to stay awake for more than five minutes, contemplating solid food, barfing up blood and bits of intestines, getting unexpected aches and pains that generally turned out to be malignant tumors, and having unexpected seizures that literally turned certain patches of McCoy’s hair white. Which would be a lot more amusing to watch if Kirk wasn’t…you know…seizing.
Fandoms: Star Trek: The Original Series, Star Trek: Alternate Original Series (Movies), Star Trek: Generations (1994)
07 Oct 2013
Grief is the process of a unorganized mind to reorganize itself; to collect, classify, and reassemble thought patterns disturbed by some outside force. The Andorians are known to intermittently proclaim their innermost thoughts during their grieving process, without provocation or precedence. Ferengi are known to jump, exclaim obscenities, and, in the females, attempt to tear their own ears off. Romulans are known to destroy their clothing, rip the hair from their heads, and never make a sound. Humans are known to cry.