Rating: All Ages
Word Count: 800
Charcters/Pairings: Tenth Doctor
Author's Summary: The Doctor thinks about Donna after Journey's End.
Recced because: hence_the_name is one of my favourite authors hands down. She just gets both Donna and the Doctor so very well. Journey's End is a story about endings. But it's also about the Doctor realising just how much he really has. hence_the_name takes the heartbreak of the episode and turns it on its ear, showing the Doctor grieving and learning that the best way he can remember Donna is do as she would've wanted: walked in the dust.
You act like such a lonely man, Sarah Jane had said.
She was right: he has the largest, most wonderful family on Earth. On any planet, for that matter. It stretches across dimensions and through history, all the way to the end of the universe, bright threads in the fabric of Time. He may be the last of the Time Lords, but he isn’t alone.