Jade’s Poem

In my dreams:
Long, lingering glances,
Soft, gentle touches,
Delicious, passionate kisses.

Written together with KateF

Disclaimer: Voyager belongs to Paramount…. not to us… well… somebody should have told us…

Authors’ Note: This story is for Jade. She wrote this wonderful poem and allowed us to use it. We are forever gratefull, hon.

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Mail Call

A rare occurrence, that’s what it was. But why? Why had someone gone through all the trouble of sending her a handwritten letter by mail? Especially since the postal service in its old shape had ceased to exist 125 years ago. To send a letter nowadays was nearly impossible. Only one family still carried the torch. They still delivered mail, sure, but it was an exclusive service and only for those who could prove the more ordinary means were not fit for the mailed item.

Disclaimer: well, I used to own my muse, but she left/died – do you really think I want to be bothered with trivial things like Paramount?? *grin* guess again!

To KateF: chatroom buddy extraordinaire, keeper of the faith, and good friend :)

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Tous les Visages de l’Amour

Disclaimer: Paramount and Viacom own all. Aznavour and Kretzmer own the song. Luckily, I still own the story.

Rating: PG-13 (just to be safe)

What can I say? I saw the movie ‘Nottinghill’, heard the song sung by Elvis Costello, and wondered why they hadn’t used the original, better version sung by Charles Aznavour!

July 17, 2000 : thanks to Pam Idema for locating this story :-) {{hugz}}

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