Title: Homecomming (open)
Description: Open to any.
Valkyri - May 23, 2011 11:44 PM (GMT)
It was a good day, one of those days where the universe seemed to turn in sync with the music that was paying as you drove down the the motorway or sat on the train. It was mental how everything about the last little while had just seemed to fit, it was stupid that she had been so busy having a good time that she had forgot about things and that was the way she wanted to be. Valkyri didn't stop. She didn't want to stop. She didn't want to ever stop because then all the memories of old would start to creep back in. When she was a kid she always thought that she would go wonder for a while and everyone had expected her to but she had always wanted to come home after. Now she couldn't do that everything else seemed a little bit less colourful...sure she wanted to spend her young years running around the universe on a kinda strange gap year but never this. Valkyri never wanted to be separated from her own kind like this. So she kept going so the memories of home wouldn't cast its shadows over her wondering and meandering ways.
Mind you it had been a good day until her TARDIS jolted and threw her across the room violently. She couldn't believe it Rho had been behaving so well lately as well. Jumping back up she had ran around like a headless chicken throwing things one way and every way that she could. Valkyri didn't know what to do, she didn't really know where the hell they were going either, it wasn't as if she was paying attention to the screen. Right now all she could think about was not crashing and dying and to be honest that had almost happened too often for Valkyri to care about. It was sad really and it might have been advised had she grown up at home and in the right environment. She had been thrown to the winds of the universe essentially as a child and in all honesty she resented it.
The TARDIS came to a crashing stop and she paused, wondering where they are...reaching out she swung the screen around and looked at it shocked. She tapped it and bit her lip, there really had to be something wrong with it. Looking over at the door she didn't know what to do, she didn't know how the hell she should approach this...how the hell did you approach anything like this? Valkyri took a step back from the screen and walked towards the door, her head doing a hundred miles an hour already. She reached out, her hand grasping the handle and she felt sick. Valkyri almost thought that she was going to puke with nerves...how could she be back here? It was gone. It was gone.
Opening the door she gasped, took a step out and looked around...it looked just like home. Well it was home...but it wasn't and already she was so confused. It had been a long time since she had been here, she didn't know how long. Really had no idea. She still remembered the conversation she had with her father so well, she remembered the way he had kissed her forehead and brushed her hair back. The way he had told her that he loved her and he would always think about her, always and that was all she remembered before waking up in Rho his TARDIS well she guessed her TARDIS now miles away from home. She thought they were all gone, they were meant to be but here was her planet, her home...standing again but it didn't feel right. It didn't have that buzz about it like it was meant to. The young Galifreyan tucked the key under her tshirt and wondered through the hallway of the building she had landed in slowly in awe taking in the fight in front of her.
Something solid was stuck in her throat, tears that she bit back and gritted her teeth at the thought of so many people were gone, her whole family were gone...her mother, father, brothers all gone and being here wasn't going to bring them back again. Pausing at a window she looked out at the planet and gasped, bringing her hand to cover her mouth before she let a tear fall down her cheek. This might have looked the same, but Valkyri couldn't help but wonder if there was anyone here that knew anything about her, if any of her friends were alive, if any one even escaped the war. Part of her felt awful as well, she shouldn't have been here, the only reason she escape was because of her parents. If they hadn't been on the council then she would have died with the rest of her kind, too young to fight in the war, too young to be Time Lords but old enough to understand what was going on. The ones who got caught in the middle and could do nothing but watch as everyone around them died.
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