A Logical Explanation
Title: A Logical Explanation Series: TOS (Movie) Rating: G - Suitable for all. Disclaimer: Star Trek belongs to Paramount/Viacom. I write about the characters for my own pleasure and not for profit.
Summary: The story takes place some months after Amanda's death. Spock and Saavik reunited after an absence of six years, celebrate the rites of katra fi'salan, the Souls in the Wind, ceremony.
Spock surfaced in stages from the depths of meditative trance. He raised his head from contemplation of steeped fingers to focus on the silhouetted outline of his one-time student and ward, Saavik.
One winged brow flared upward. Limned in the warm amber radiance of the asenarah lantern that hung by its silver-linked chain from the cloister roof, she stood framed by the sheltered colonnade's pilastered entrance. It seemed she was oblivious to his presence there. Apparently lost in thought, she stared out over the dusky reaches of the ShiKahrii villa's extensive gardens.
Spock watched her in silenc
Spock's thoughtsI remember the day I met you. You looked so small and frail as if even the smallest gust of Hellguard could blow you away. When I first saw you, it was hard for me to gain emotional control and not to feel pity towards you. You were so similar to me, half-born, exiled, hopeless. An outcast.Spock's thoughts7 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
You were so wild, lacking the control which was both a blessing and a curse for our kind. I remember how Jim used to laugh at you and your outbursts. He saw your potential, as did I. I remember how frightened you were when you arrived to Vulcan. Everything was so new for you, so alien and frightening. But I had all my confidence in you.
I remember how well you took all obstacles, rising from the wild child I knew to the sharp-minded and logical woman I know today. I saw how you blossomed and reached your full potentials, rising to be an officer at Starfleet. I was always standing behind you, always a few steps apart, helping you wherever I could, even when I was away on missions aboard the Enterpris