Summary: My DS9 drabbles. All in one handy place. Connected to "I Have A Story To Tell" by thought alone.
Disclaimer: I still don't own Star Trek. If I did, these shows would have never ended.
I wasn't going to post these on here, but... the wonderful Dax's 10th host convinced me to. I'll be honest. All the drabbles have a strong K/O flavour, even if they aren't written about them. What can I say. I've shipped K/O almost as long as P/T.
As weeks went by it showed that she was not fine
They told me son it's time to tell the truth and
She broke down, and I broke down
Coz I was tired of lying
He hadn't seen too much of Kira since his father left. It had been hard for the whole station, and while he still had Kas, Kira had lost two of the most important people in her life. He wanted to show her that she didn't have to be the strong one. That for a few moments, they could all grieve for what they had lost. He hadn't seen her take that time yet. So now, he needed to help her let go.
"Nerys!" he shouted, as he saw her walking along the promenade. Running out to meet her he called again. Hoping this time that she'd hear him.
"Jake, what are you doing here?" she smiled, greeting him with a laugh. He fell into step beside her, and stopped her in front of their viewport.
"I wanted to talk to you" he said plainly. Watching as she looked out towards the wormhole. Where she believed that his father was. Where she knew Odo was beyond.
"Dad, Odo, the Chief… everyone really" He shrugged and looked down at her, suddenly having a flashback of a few years to when he was looking up at her.
"You miss them?" she asked him a few minutes later, laying her hand on his arm.
"So do you" he pointed out.
"Jake… I…" she trailed off, looking up at him. He could see the pain she had tried to hide in the last few weeks. But he knew. Everyone had told him to just be honest, and to ask her.
"Please. Just for one night"
"I really miss them" she nodded, he could see the tears forming in her eyes as he led her towards a turbolift and waved others away. Giving them the space to be alone for a few more minutes.
"You're not alone" he told her. Halting the lift as she broke down.