"PROGRESSIONS, Page 19."

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Title

"PROGRESSIONS, Page 19."

Subject

Science Fiction

Description

A fanzine of fanfictions about the relationship between Kirk and Spock from the Star Trek universe.

Creator

Lanora Moore

Date

1985

Contributor

Ambrose Cheung
Jacob Hallock
Quincy Robbins

Rights

Copyright 1985 by Merle T. Decker. Only original material is covered by this copyright, and no attempt is made to infringe upon copyrights held by Paramount Pictures, Inc., Gene Roddenberry, or any other holders of copyright on STAR TREK material.

Format

Fanzine

Language

English

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"The listening devices are keyed to respond to your name and
Loukas's name only," Spock admitted. "Otherwise they're nonfunctional."
"That's a relief," Kirk said, smiling. "But Spock, there's no need
to worry about Roldin--I'll be leaving Sosira soon."
"He's a potentially dangerous man; Jim."
"I don't see what he can do. As long as his father is alive he has
no real power. He wouldn't dare use force. He may not like it, but
Mersia is governed by laws, not men."
"There are criminals in every society."
"I'll be careful," Kirk assured him casually. He looked up at the
angle of the moon over the trees. "I've got to go now; Loukas will be
waiting in the garden. I'll talk to you again at bedtime, love."
"I'll be here."
Kirk sat beside Loukas on the edge of a large, shallow pool, tossing
petals from an overblown rose into .the water. A gentle breeze carried the
petals across the moonlit surfa~e to the center of the pool, where they
came to rest against the marble base of a statue of two youths, one of them
recognizably Loukas. The sculptor had captured the essence of the man-even
twenty years earlier he'd had _the same steel-sharp eyes, the same
proud figure, the same stunning blend of spiritual and animal magnetism.
Kirk had learned from a fellow Academy student that the other youth was
Jonasim, Loukas's dead lover. Loukas never spoke of Jonasim; it seemed to
be a forbidden subject. According to Kirk's student informant, theirs had
been a great love

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