Emmie (angearia) wrote,
Emmie
angearia

FIC: No Remains Save Hope

Title:  No Remains Save Hope
Summary: Buffy and Spike meet at Angel's grave.
Rating: G
Warnings: None.  Well, there's angst.
Word Count: 100
Author's Note: Written for xc_runner50 - hope you like it!


Buffy traced the numbers carved into stone.

1 – 7 – 5 – 3

Wrong numbers. Wrong name. Just… wrong.

Everything was wrong.

She felt the air shift behind her. “You came.”

“Kind of a no-brainer. Not like there was any other place to go.”

“Were you there when he…?”

“When the poofter poofed? Yeah. There one minute and then…”

“Gone.”

“Just gone. No ashes. Nothing left.”

“Where do you think he is?”

“Hell? Heaven? I dunno.”

“Liar,” she accused, her voice cracking. “You think he’s in hell.”

“Well, yeah. I think he’s in hell.” Spike sighed. “But I hope he’s in heaven.”


Tags: angel, buffy, drabble, fic, spike
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