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    At age five, Spock informs his mother that it is illogical to wish him “sweet dreams” at bedtime because Vulcans do not dream. “Oh, Spock,” she says.

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  2. 21 Sep 2018

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  3. 14 Sep 2018

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  4. 12 Sep 2018

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    Oh my godddddd holy shit dhksbdkd a sentient Enterprise and what, Spock having ZERO clue he’s in love with Jim?? Hdksbsksbs

  5. 11 Sep 2018

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  7. 02 Sep 2018

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    interesting style, slow burning pining and realizations and meditations on the nature of love, and a wonderful Enterprise

  8. 02 Sep 2018

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    a work of literature

  9. 01 Sep 2018

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    sunrises contained in smiles

  10. 29 Aug 2018

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  13. 22 Aug 2018

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    Beautiful.

  14. 21 Aug 2018

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    The Enterprise loves her Captain and her crew.

  15. 20 Aug 2018

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  17. 17 Aug 2018

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  18. 17 Aug 2018

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    Ridiculously beautiful. This fic really explores Spock and makes him a fantastic character. No spoilers, but his interactions with another character later in the series are just so well written. The writing style throughout this fic is just gorgeous, and the plot is excellently crafted. A go-to cry because it's beautiful fic.

  19. 17 Aug 2018

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  20. 15 Aug 2018

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    Spock and the enterprise both love Jim

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