UntitledI would say you stole my heart,More Like This
But it wouldn't be true.
I can feel it beating faster
every time I think of you.
Doctor Who: CompanionshipYou, always you,More Like This
you perfect, glorious ones,
who make the starless skies shine joyous morning.
Oh you, who laugh and gaze and cry with wonder,
upon the miracles the ageless eye can’t see.
You friends, whose casual talk holds back the nightmares,
whose laugh becomes a breath of tender spring,
whose tears awaken buried, ancient sorrow,
whose death invites the horrid raging storm.
Yours is the hand that keeps the precious balance,
that steadies him who’s standing on the edge
the universe, a load on aching shoulders;
and if you leave, well then, he falls, uncaring
his wings of fire too old and far too broken.
And then another comes, treads lightly down below,
to gaze upon the face that’s ever changing.
Oh, pity me
(I don’t deserve your mercy),
offer me love
(I don’t deserve such hope).
Offer me life to mend hearts torn and broken
(my fault, I know, but please! - always my fault).
You help me stand.
You save me, I don’t save you
(Though I‘ll try and
Her First WordPete peered down at his daughter, holding one of Rose’s hands within his own as he stroked her cheek with the other. “Go on, Rose, can you say my name? Can you say ‘Daddy’?” He smiled as she just stared up at him with wide eyes. “I know you can, you’re as smart as you are beautiful. Yes you are, and I bet you could say ‘Daddy’ if you wanted.” He looked away from her as he heard the front door shut, his wife turning towards him to walk further into the flat.More Like This
“Do you mind not trying to get her to say her first word when I’m not here?”
He laughed. “Hi, love.”
“I mean honestly, I was only gone ten minutes.” Jackie walked through the living room and into the kitchen, putting her shopping bag on the counter as she began to put the few items away. “I thought you were working anyway.”
“I was, and now I’m waiting for a delivery, so I thought I’d get her ready to sa