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    When they use the briefcase at the end of Season 2, they run into themselves. Except this universe is different. Very different.

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    The Canon Hargreeves meet the "Ask Yourself" Verse Hargreeves and it shows them a bit of what could have been.

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    I take one, one, one 'cause you left me
    And two, two, two for my family
    And three, three, three for my heartache
    And four, four, four for my headaches
    And five, five, five for my lonely
    And six, six, six for my sorrow
    And seven, seven for no tomorrow

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    Post ST Discovery 2x14
    Spock has gone back to his life on the Enterprise, where he finds himself facing another human female from Earth, but quite different from his own adoptive sister.
    You'll see a lot of things you might not have expected...

    This is my attempt to still be in the company of our favourite half Vulcan and his sweet emo version played by Ethan Peck. Season 2 of Star Trek Discovery was an emotional rollercoaster I enjoyed so much that I needed to make it go on a little while longer, and give Spock what he deserves, in a good way :) it will be a sort of prequel to TOS and maybe I'll bring it forward to at least the TOS movies.

    I've been writing this for five months now and I decided to post it here even if I haven't finished it yet (as to the beginning of October). I hope you'll enjoy it as much as I enjoyed (and still enjoy) writing it.

    The title of this piece comes from the poem by William Bliss Carman called "White Iris". You'll see why (perhaps).

    Usual disclaimer: English is not my first language

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