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DA Fic - K is for Killer - PG13 - Ben

Title: Killer
Author: candycentric- AKA Cc
Pairing/Characters: Ben
Rating: PG13
Type: Drabble
Prompt: K
Disclaimer: Dark Angel is not mine, I just like to pretend.  Sadly not making any money off this.
Warnings: kinda dark
Notes: 26 drabbles for 26 letters of the alphabet.  Most of these are one-shots and not necessarily related.  However, when they are written with another previous drabble in mind, I will say so.  Also, I adore reviews :)

Summary: "We remember everything.  Every. Single. Detail."


People often talk about how it's the little things they remember best.

A smell.  A touch.  A color. A feeling.

Transgenics don't get that luxury.  We remember everything.  Every. Single. Detail.

All in Hi-Def living, breathing, color.

I'm sure they - the humans - would be jealous if they knew this was possible.  Dumb humans.

Sure, if I had a mother, then maybe I would have that perfect memory of being pushed on the swing set on a beautiful summer day.  I would recall the exact shade of green that the grass was and how sot it felt on my feet,  I would remember the sweet, tangy, smoky smell of the neighbor's bar-b-cue and the deep richness of his laughter as his friends stood around and told jokes.

But none of that ever happened.

Instead I remember with perfect clarity the sight of my terrified brother as he was dragged away by the guards, fighting as best he could in his mid-seizure state.  I remember the exact pink color of the twisted pink bracelet I had given my sister from the thread I had found in the outside yard, and the near death beating she had received for wearing it.  I remember the warm, coppery smell from the blood of my first unwanted kill and the aftertaste from my vomit mere moments later.  I remember each detail from every horrible moment of my existence.

My Transgenic brothers and sisters all wonder why I'm crazy.

All I wonder is, why arn't they?



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May. 27th, 2013 11:44 am (UTC)
This is wonderful! That last line is particularly eerie and poignant.

Edited at 2013-05-27 11:47 am (UTC)
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