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05 January 2004 @ 01:58 pm
Dear Clark,  
I know that I hurt you. I know that Leave No Scar makes it hard for you to trust me, and feel comfortable around me, and I understand why you'd need a break afterwards. But I haven't heard from you in months, and I'm really starting to worry about our relationship. I didn't mean to drive you away! I didn't! I just...sometimes these things, they happen in relationships. I can't promise I won't do it again, because I don't know what will happen in the future, and you cry so pretty. I mean, uhm...ignore that. I know I've hurt you in the past, too, but always with the best of intentions! Really! I feel like giving up on us would be a huge mistake on our part -- we have something special. Something important.

I need you, Clark. Come back to me.

Love,
Nifra
 
 
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Jerlugonn on January 5th, 2004 07:10 pm (UTC)
You can't blame Clark. *I* still haven't recovered.
That story was *the* explanation for all of the longing glances which ended with them becoming foes. It explained how Smallville canon, Smallville homsexual subtext, and comic canon would all combine. So now, after "Leave No Scar," I have trouble even reading Smallville other stories. But the story was beyond great - the cost was not too high.
elycharielychari on January 5th, 2004 08:06 pm (UTC)
*whistles*

"c'mere, clark. come here boy."

sorry, nif. he just won't come.

seriously, clarks (mental) scars probably haven't healed yet. damn, but that story was a hundred papercuts rubbed in limejuice.
Adoable Frunk: lois and lexlyra_sena on January 5th, 2004 10:20 pm (UTC)
He does cry so pretty, doesn't he?

*points to icon* Lois and Lex are crying, too. They want Clark to come back as well.