Summary: Response to the following challenge from the SpirkSwap group: Spock is betrothed to a Vulcan who is considered logically perfect for him. Kirk comes up with a scheme to break them up and get himself together with Spock. (This challenge reminded me of a miserable failure I once had with a "computer dating" event at school, so I took the ball and ran with it...)
Categories: Poetry Characters: None
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Genres: Kirk/Spock Slash
Other Languages: None
Specific movie: None
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Trope (OPTIONAL): None
Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Word count: 283 Read: 6363
Published: 11/19/2005 Updated: 11/19/2005
1. 1 by Saavant
Acknowledging that he would soon need a mate
Spock contacted Vulcan and set up a date
To submit a complete personality test
So that VSA science could pick out the best.
But when Spock went to visit the consort they chose,
All thoughts of romance almost instantly froze.
He felt not a bit of attraction, it's true,
But you don't question logic, so what could he do?
He beamed up to say to the first in command
That he had to resign 'cause his wedding was planned.
But he got a surprise. "Are you crazy?" said Kirk.
"Computer selection in love doesn't work!"
The captain continued, "In my college day,
Our roommates and prom dates were chosen that way.
Come look at those memories deep in my mind--
You'll be horrified by the trauma you find."
Sacrificing the distance a Vulcan prefers,
Spock reached for Kirk's face, saying, "My thoughts to yours."
And once he had searched the experiences out,
Spock knew what his captain was talking about.
A roommate in college who vacuumed the floor
From three in the morning until about four
Was almost as bad as a date for a dance
Who showed up in nothing but pink underpants.
There were memories of partners selected for Jim
Who drank so much beer that they threw up on him.
Cold fear turned the Vulcan a pale shade of gray.
Would his arranged marriage turn out in that way?
Still trembling, he slowly emerged from the meld,
And the smile he saw on the face that he held
Brought epiphany crashing on him from above:
*My captain, James Kirk, is the one that I love!*
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