Raggedy Doctor Rumpled MasterA Raggedy Doctor's Rumpled MasterRaggedy Doctor Rumpled Master3 years ago in Fan Fiction
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You were going down in flames, but I couldn't stay away, I was a moth drawn to the brightness of your fiery demise. I worshiped your radiance, lived in the warmth of your strength, because it's true what the humans say, isn't it? We always burn brightest just before we go into the cold dark. I should have known that it was coming, that you'd be gone from me once again. But I ignored it, I always ignore it.
I was so wrapped up in your spectacle, in you being who you are, burning through your unnatural life, that I forgot that my own was doomed to come to an end. You always could make me forget. Sad, isn't it? That these days the man you are, so different from the man you were, can still fog my mind and twist my hearts. We've both changed so much, and I pray, to every God that I have ever heard of, every night, every single night, for just one more instant of what we
The Love of Brutus"I come to bury Caesar, not to praise him
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The Doctor sat, barefoot in a wasteland, clutching a skull, belonging to someone he did not know
it didn't matter, the symbol of death was enough.
The fact he'd taken his shoes off was strange enough, rarely did he indulge the impulse to squeeze his toes into the ground of another world and feel its soil on his skin
and that impulse was not answered today either. He sat leaned against the TARDIS, skull tight in his hand, feet propped up. He'd taken his shoes off almost as a form of humility, the need to feel lowly.
So he sat on this desolate world in silence. It was dark and cool and gloomy. Nothing had lived here for thousands of years and there was now only the blue-grey dust and rocks, jagged cliffs surrounding, enclosing him where the sun had burnt away anything that had once lived here.
"Oh, that this too, too solid flesh would melt