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our roads may be golden, or broken, or lost ([personal profile] alexseanchai) wrote2011-09-17 18:40

Take Me For What I Am: Human, Claw, Smooth

Re the poll: if the Christian God is not male, then a ficlet referencing same can still pass Bechdel. :D And this, ladies and gentlefolk, brings us to the end of season six, just in time for season seven. Oh, and I still haven't watched the anime. I should do that.

Title: Take Me For What I Am: Human
Rating: G
Summary: Rachel tries to teach another angel.
Pairings: None.
Warnings: None.
Word Count: 28

"Humans have free will," Rachel explains. "That's why so many of them do wrong."

"Then why does God want us to have free will?" Sofiel asks.

Rachel shrugs.

Title: Take Me For What I Am: Claw
Rating: PG
Summary: Eleanor Visyak in 1937.
Pairings: None.
Warnings: None.
Word Count: 59

Chen Lihua was the lucky one to claw her way out of the place Europeans call Purgatory that night in 1937. Eleanor Westborough was unlucky enough to be the only woman around.

Duì bù qǐ, Lihua whispered to Eleanor. Zhēn duì bù qǐ.

Get out of my head! Eleanor yelled back. If you're sorry you're doing this, then stop!

Title: Take Me For What I Am: Smooth
Rating: G
Summary: Robin really was a bartender.
Pairings: None.
Warnings: None.
Word Count: 39

"One Smooth Criminal, please."

Robin grabs the amaretto and dark creme de cacao and hazelnut syrup, and looks for the fourth ingredient. "I'm sorry," she says when she can't find it, "we seem to be out of banana liqueur."

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