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Look at me - I'm drabbling!

"How's that cramp, Spike?"

I had a hard time keeping the shock and surprise out of my voice as I answered. I'm not sure I managed.

"How's that cramp?" This from the bird that wouldn't say boo; meek, mild-mannered Miss Maclay?

I look at her and I realise, I'd never really looked or seen before. Her shy demeanor, her habit of hiding behind her hair - an effective smokescreen, that. Allowing her to work steadily, unobtrusively, towards her goal of letting the light in, making it reach the farthest corners. This girl is anything but weak; she's strong, made of steel, and observant. She finds her strength within her heart, with which she loves, without judgeing, without fear. And with a profound sense of humour.

"How's that cramp, Spike?"
I think it may just be starting up again -- for you, pet.


Sep. 19th, 2003 05:17 am (UTC)
i always loved how spike saw the true value of tara

And me! But I always had the feeling that of the Scoobies, Tara was the only one who saw something of the true value of Spike as well.

Thanks for reading, BTW.
Sep. 19th, 2003 05:42 am (UTC)
definitely. a lot of authors explore that as well.

and no need to thank me, silly girl. ;]
Sep. 19th, 2003 05:49 am (UTC)
Yeah - I know I'm being silly but...I just never thought it would be so hard to give up a few lines to the world. I'm still tempted to delete the whole entry!
Sep. 19th, 2003 05:58 am (UTC)

i kow how you feel, though. i did my first sunday 100 last week and i still wanna take it down. lol