A Teaspoon And An Open Mind: A Doctor Who Fan Fiction Archive
Eleventh Doctor
Forgive Me by Traveling Companion [Reviews - 2] Printer
Author's Notes:
Based on the following exchange from the Doctor's Wife:
AMY: You want to be forgiven.
DOCTOR: Don't we all?

Forgive me. I’m so sorry. I can’t say I didn’t know, because I did. I can’t say that I was wrong, because I wasn’t, but I am really very sorry.

I’m sorry. Two words, so small, so pitiful, to defend what I have done. Two words can never be enough. I’m sorry, please forgive me.

Forgive me. There is nothing left. Nothing and no one. No one to condemn me. No one to forgive. I am the only one left. The judge and jury, priest and executioner.

I’m so sorry! Please! Tell me I am guilty. Tell me I was wrong. Say that I must die. But put the key back in my hand and I will do it all again.

Forgive me. No one understands. No one ever could. They put their arms around me. They say it will be fine. They weren’t there, they don’t know. They didn’t suffer, they didn’t die.

I’m sorry, I’m so sorry. If I killed your friends, your family, everyone you knew and loved, destroyed your planet in the name of justice, as if I’m God to save creation, how would you see me then?

Forgive me! But I’m met with silence, no one to hear my anguished screams. No one to condemn or hate me, no one to ease the guilt I hide.

I’m sorry, I’m so sorry. In the dark, alone and haunted, ghosts and demons stalk my thoughts. I stare into the sky and whisper, calling as though they can still hear me, willing my words across space and time.

Please forgive me! Please, I beg you! Someone answer one last time!
But no one hears me.
Only silence
Echoing back my empty words.

I’m sorry.

Forgive me.
Doctor Who and its accoutrements are the property of the BBC, and we obviously don't have any right to them. Any and all crossover characters belong to their respective creators. Alas no one makes any money from this site, and it's all done out of love for a cheap-looking sci-fi show. All fics are property of their individual authors. Archival at this site should not be taken to constitute automatic archive rights elsewhere, and authors should be contacted individually to arrange further archiving. Despite occasional claims otherwise, The Blessed St Lalla Ward is not officially recognised by the Catholic Church. Yet.

Script for this archive provided by eFiction. Contact our archivists at help@whofic.com. Please read our Terms of Service and Submission Guidelines.