Listening to your heart [Spirk fanfic]Physical differences between Humans and Vulcans had always been a subject of curiosity, even amusement, for Captain Kirk. He secretly admired the physical superiority of Vulcans, their higher physical force and resistance to fatigue, their mysterious ability to induce self-repair of their own damaged tissues through a deep transe.More Like This
But beyond bemusement and admiration, he had never thought he would one day feel gratefulness to the natural forces that induced these physiological differences.
He thanked the cosmics forces that made environmental conditions on Vulcan differ from those on Earth, hence inducing slightly different selective pressures on both planets and thus divergent evolutionary paths for the life forms that dwelled therein.
He thanked the laws of physics, he thanks the laws of biology.
These forces that had put Spock's heart in such a weird place.
If Spock had been a human, he would be a dead human by now.
Hopefully, the attackers on the planet Neural had not know
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The first time Kirk touched Spock on their five year mission, the first time they were out of danger and neither was blinded by emotions, Spock nearly gasped.
A swift mind flashed golden across his own like a pulsar, agile and curious through his synapses, leaving tingles of energy to linger where they had come into contact.
The word appeared behind his eyes as quickly as his captain's nature, but remained longer than the physical effects of the clap to his shoulder.
Unconsciously, Spock had abruptly turned to stare at this human who was grinning, joy and contentment evident on his features, though they soon crumbled in the apparent scrutiny of his First Officer.
"Oh, right, personal space. Sorry."
Still analyzing the energy twitching over his mind and unsure of how to proceed, Spock allowed the man to return to his chair thinking he had transgressed.
It wasn't until after Alpha shift in his personal quarters, when Sp