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Drabble: OF Fire (Teal'c/Sam) G

Heh, I am so not a drabble person, but I wanted to give it a shot. I could have easily gone on and on and on. Amazingly, this took me longer to figure out and write than most of my long fics.

Pretty sad that the intro is longer than the little bit itself...

Title: Of Fire
Author: Moonshayde
Season: Any
Category: Drabble
Spoilers: None
Pairing/Character: Teal'c, Sam/Teal'c
Summary: A Jaffa's thoughts on the Tau'ri female warrior spirit.
Rating: G

Disclaimer: Stargate, Stargate SG-1 and all of its characters, titles, names, and back-story are the property of MGM/UA, Double Secret Productions, Gekko Productions, SciFi Channel, and Showtime/Viacom. All other characters, the story idea and the story itself are the sole property of the author. This story cannot be printed anywhere without the sole permission of the author. Realize this is for entertainment purposes only; no financial gain or profit has been gained from this fiction. This story is not meant to be an infringement on the rights of the above-mentioned establishments

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This had been unexpected.

When Teal'c had pledged his allegiance to the Tau'ri, he had believed them to be a formidable race, one that could join him in defeating the Goa'uld. While not of rock as the Jaffa, Tau'ri men were of air, filled with a speed and intellect that had left Teal'c in awe.

But not the women of the Tau'ri. Unlike the timid water-touched women of Chulak, they were of fire.

And as the wind carried the embers of her fire, he heard it whisper to him all that was right and true.

And it spoke the name...

Samantha.
Tags: fic: sg-1/sga het
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