khriskin: Narnia Icon (Narnia)
 Length/Rating: 100 words, PG, Gen

Pairing/Warnings: none
Summary: Susan isn’t fond of stories. Written for dailyprompt challenge “the one who wasn’t there”.

NARNIA is trademark and copyright C.S. Lewis, C.S. Lewis Pte Ltd.,DISNEY ENTERPRISES, INC. and WALDEN MEDIA, LLC. All rights reserved. No copyright infringement is intended nor implied.

Stories say Susan never returned to Narnia, but stories lie because growing up isn’t the same as losing faith. Aslan knows that even if her siblings don’t.

She follows her heart home, time and again, and after the train she visits the void they left behind. Aslan comes to her, as he always does, and doesn’t explain. She wouldn’t let him if he tried.

Happy endings are for stories.

She rebuilds their Narnia with Lucy’s wild joy, Peter’s fierce loyalty, Edmund’s sharp drive, and her faith… until it’s her turn for further up and further in.

This time Narnia remains.

khriskin: (Stargate)

Length/Rating: 100 words, PG, Gen
Pairing/Warnings: none
Summary: Written for dailyprompt 2017-05-15 "prove a negative".

"STARGATE ATLANTIS", "STARGATE SG-1" and other related entities are owned, (TM) and © by MGM TELEVISION and DOUBLE SECRET PRODUCTION in association with GEKKO FILMS and THE SCIFI CHANNEL. All rights reserved. No copyright infringement is intended nor implied.

There's nothing he can say to prove he's not who they think he is. He's tried politely, with increasing panic through each interrogation. There are too many coincidences, too many correlations between his truth and their myth for rational explanations.

But that doesn't make it true… right?

They want him to be their John, need him to be with such frantic faith that for one brief moment he's wishing with them.

He leaves that out of the mission reports. And therapy sessions. And fireside chats with friends who won't-- can't understand.

Because he's not sure he isn't their John anymore...

August 2017

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