Originally Posted: May. 30th, 2008
Length/Rating: 100 words, PG
Summary: Written for dw100 challenge #200: Rome/roam. DW time theory gives me a headache (Time Webs, Time Laws, Blinovitch Limitations, and other temporal paradoxes included), so if I’ve mucked it up I apologize. >.<;;
“DOCTOR WHO” is trademark and copyright BBC Television, BBC Worldwide Ltd., etc. All rights reserved. No copyright infringement is intended nor implied.
It was timey-wimey, a jumbled ball of quantum string that humans had to take on faith. Faith that sometimes things happen the Doctor can’t change, fixed points in the midst of an amorphous sea.
Unchangeable. Immutable. To the Doctor they taste different, smell different, islands of time imbued with a sense of permanence; unnerving when he stumbles across them. They are stepping stones of time and space, scattered in a Time Lord’s wake.
Because once he’d lived it -roaming the sea in skips and jumps and weekend battles- that moment was locked forever… even if he hadn’t lived it yet.