Story: Most of All
Rating: All ages
Word Count: 1217
Author's Summary: It’s been months since he spent any decent amount of time on the TARDIS, what without eight-hour layovers as part of a daily routine, and so the prospect of finding a mug he hasn’t used in a room he hasn’t been in is, frankly, unsettling.
Characters/Pairings: Tenth Doctor
Warnings: Spoilers for Planet of the Dead.
This takes inspiration from one of my favorite deleted scenes between the Doctor and Donna. It explores how the Doctor knows that his most recent companions would disapprove of his decision to travel alone, and yet he can't bear to lose another. This implies that what he really can't bear is to let go of Donna. It also mentions one of my all-time favorite poems, and is just too beautifully written to not have more reviews!