21 January 2012 @ 09:39 pm
Prompt #017: Separation  
Title: Realizations
Author: Leela ([personal profile] leela_cat)
Characters: Tommy
Rating: G
Word Count: 100
Author's notes: Written for [community profile] glam_100, prompt #017: Separation. Many thanks to [personal profile] florida_minxie for the preread.


Tommy rarely watches himself. Not when he's alone in the dark, curled up in bed with the lights off, using headphones so Mike can't hear him. And never when he's off in his own world.

Tonight, though, it's like an addiction. He keeps replaying the end of the YouTube video from Ellen, can't stop examining the pictures Ashley tweeted.

The proof's right there in front of him. Undeniable.

And now that he's seen himself, really seen himself, Pandora's box is open. He can't go back, can't recreate the separation between who he wants to be and who — what — he is.
 
 
Current Mood: thoughtful
 
 
20 January 2012 @ 11:32 am
Prompt #017: Separation  
Title: My Sweetest Thing
Pairing/Characters: Tommy/OMC (Jase)
Rating (Word Count): R, (2x100)
Warning(s): None
Author's notes: This is set a year after It's That Pivotal Moment but all you need to know is Adam and Sauli are together and Tommy is dating an Army Doctor. It could be considered a continuation of the last two weeks' prompts but..not really LOL. Thanks to [personal profile] leela_cat for the beta <333 Title is from Johnny Cash's Song "Hurt"

Hurt )
 
 
Current Location: Home - Germany
Current Mood: contemplative
Current Music: Hurt by Johnny Cash
 
 
15 January 2012 @ 03:41 pm
Prompt #017: Separation  
Prompt #017: Separation


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