Author: Annerb PM
This is a collection of short episode based ficlets for GateShip's weekly Wednesday Shorts Challenge. Each one is an independent fic inspired by one episode. Rating varies. Used to be drabbles, but I have a problem sticking to word counts!Rated: Fiction K+ - English - Chapters: 9 - Words: 3,826 - Reviews: 17 - Favs: 1 - Follows: 1 - Updated: 09-02-05 - Published: 05-04-05 - id: 2380339
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Summary: It's hard to keep it together in the dark
Classifications: Missing Scene (Jolinar's Memories), Drabble (150)
Disclaimer: The characters mentioned in this story are the property of Showtime and Gekko Film Corp. The Stargate, SG-1, the Goa'uld and all other characters who have appeared in the series STARGATE SG-1 together with the names, titles and backstory are the sole copyright property of MGM-UA Worldwide Television, Gekko Film Corp, Glassner/Wright Double Secret Productions and Stargate SG-I Prod. Ltd. Partnership. This fanfic is not intended as an infringement upon those rights and solely meant for entertainment. All other characters, the story idea and the story itself are the sole property of the author.
Author's Note: This is in response to the GateShip Wednesday Shorts "Jolinar's Memories" Challenge
In the silent spaces of the descent pod, she tries to catch her breath, to still her mind, to ignore the terror part of her, long dead, knows is coming. The solitary darkness masks everything and she no longer knows what is her and what is not. She is splintering.
Her vessel meets earth gracelessly, shuttering and groaning. In the following stillness her queasy stomach protests, but she ignores it. She is too intent on the release latch and her trembling hand that hovers near it. She is nearly frozen, overwhelmed by sudden dread. Part of her wants to hide in these black spaces forever.
Then she hears the voices of her team calling her name. She remembers her father. I am not alone, she firmly reminds herself. I am not her.
After one deep breath, Samantha Carter pushes the hatch open with steady hands.
No one gets left behind.