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Doctor, I Wish

Doctor Who Drabble: Extraordinary Girl

Title: Extraordinary Girl
Author: badly_knitted
Characters: Tom Milligan, Martha Jones.
Rating: G
Written For: Challenge 197: Green Day, using Extraordinary Girl at dw100.
Spoilers: Last of the Time Lords.
Summary: Tom meets the legendary Martha Jones and is smitten.
Disclaimer: I don’t own Doctor Who, or the characters.





She’s extraordinary, this Martha Jones; Tom Milligan can’t help but be impressed. Look at her; she’s just a slip of a girl, probably not much more than twenty years old, if that. Slim and pretty despite the hardships she’s been facing over the past months, she carries herself with grace and confidence.


It takes guts to do what she’s doing. He doesn’t think he could do it, travelling the world, mostly on foot and alone, spreading her story. She’s already a legend and he’s honoured to help her, however he can.


He wishes they could have met under different circumstances.



The End








Comments


It may have lasted otherwise. Only Martha could answer why it didn't
I still choose to ignore the episodes showing Martha married to Mickey. That came out of nowhere.

Thank you!

Yeah. That was kind of random. It wasn't even necessary for them to be married.
Exactly!

RTD and his bias of Rose. Why Martha couldn't have stayed a doctor is beyond me?!*still bitter*
Well, she was a doctor she just worked for UNIT in that capacity. Not that I'm defending RTD or anything, I'd never do tat ;)

I guess I blocked it out due to shock.:D

Being put out on the field would require military skills I suppose.
I imagine she was trained for that though, and anyway, she'd walked the earth for a year, and travelled with the Doctor so she must have learned a few things from all that too.
Martha was always one of my favorite companions.
great drabble
I think she's my second favourite after Donna.

Thank you!