11!Doctor x Reader - Bad Dreams Songfic“Hello?” His voice sounded hollow. “Anybody out there?”More Like This
He didn’t hear a sound.
“Am I alone?” There was no response.
Alone. His childish hearts missed a beat.
You were gone.
It was just him and the TARDIS.
His precious TARDIS made no noise, and he realized he had set her on manual flying. Looking over his shoulder, he spotted the seat underneath the glass floor. You were supposed to sit there, reading a book or simply watch him.
“I’m a fool.” He quietly muttered to himself. A laugh crept up in his stomach, but it came with tears. He dipped his head down, closing his eyes.
He couldn’t pretend he was alright anymore, he didn’t have to. You were gone, along with so much others and he hated himself for even letting you so deep int
11!Doctor x Reader - Leaving„Baby I love you,More Like This
I never want to let you go,
the more I think about,
the more I want to let you kno-“
Your singing and dancing came to an sudden end as you twirled in the control room and not found the Doctor there as expected.
You glanced around the room, even underneath the control panel, but he wasn’t there.
Stopping your MP3-Player, you placed it back in your pocket and removed your earplugs.
Circling the control panel a few times, you finally caught sight of a small paper, a hastily scribbled message on it.
Picked River up to go with her to Paris,
Don’t do anything stupid!
You let out a frustrated moan, and tossed the paper in the next corner.
Sitting down on the steps that led up to one of the many corridors the TARDIS had, you thought about what to do in the next hours.
It wasn’t the first time the Doctor had left you in his TARDIS to do something with his precious River Song. The last time it had been a picnic on Asgar
11thDoctorXreader: You Think You're Everything"Unbelievable." A whisper escaped your lips as your eyes focused on the inanimate object ahead of you, about 20 metres away across the field behind your house.More Like This
You ran downstairs as fast as you could, grabbing your coat and throwing on a pair of boots as you practically threw yourself out the back door, standing at the fence bordering the field as you waited, anxiously flicking your nails.
Within seconds, a figure appeared from the blue glowing box and paused, seeing you standing there watching, and just visible in the darkness, smiled.
Your expression was blank as your eyes watered. This was too much.
"Hello!" The Doctor beamed, running over as he waved his hands excitedly.
Your less-than-murmured response was enough to stop him being so happy.
"(Y/n)..." He walked a little quicker, stopping in front of the fence as he peered into your eyes.
You turned away, moving your hands off the fence when he went to hold them.
"What-" He began, his expression a little lost.
You folded your arms.