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Title: Funeral Song
Pairing: House/Chase
Rating: R
Word Count: 100

Funeral Song


Chase doesn’t protest, doesn’t plead, doesn’t even ask why, just keeps looking at you with those large puppy eyes and it’s you who has to look away to hide unwanted emotions. He’s not crushed, not even a little worried because he knows it won’t last, you won’t be able to stay away.

This isn’t the first time and won’t be the last either.

You always push him away because you know it’s in his best interest but you’ve never been good at fighting addictions and when he wraps his lips around your cock you easily forget about his fractured soul.  

Title: Everything You Want
Pairing: Chase/Wilson
Rating: R
Word Count: 100

Everything You Want


Wilson never tests your boundaries and prods just as much as necessary to slowly put the little pieces of your soul back together. Wilson never shoves his cock just a bit too deep down your throat, never makes you hurt all over, soul more than body. Wilson never calls you a liar either but wraps himself in your lies like a shared blanket that’s only slightly clashing with the colour of his own, much more carefully constructed ones.

Wilson is not House. And that’s just what you need to get through the day but it still bores you to death.    

Title: Almost Lover
Pairing: past Chase/Cameron
Rating: PG
Word Count: 100

Almost Lover


You see him sometimes in the corridors, rushing by, always in pretence hurry to avoid annoying colleagues or the adoring looks of nurses. But he always has time to give you a fleeting smile that you never quite believe. Maybe it’s House’s influence neither of you could escape, maybe those three years have infected you with constant doubt, maybe it’s just called growing up. You remember a time when you dreamt of Chase pushing harder, forcing you to surrender, but he never did and maybe it’s better this way. Maybe you’re lucky you don’t have to bother with his nightmares.   

Title: Beautiful Goodbye
Pairing: Chase/Cuddy
Rating: PG
Word Count: 100

Beautiful Goodbye


She wants your baby – that’s not quite true, she wants a baby, you are just a necessary evil. Or so you think until one day she storms into diagnostics and ignoring House’s protests drags you back to her office, a radiant smile spreading oh her face as she tells you she’s going to have your child and for a moment you find her almost beautiful. She wants you to be part of the baby’s life, she wants you to propose, she wants you to leave diagnostics. That’s when you end it, with a small kiss on your newborn daughter’s cheek.

Title: First Day of My Life
Pairing: Chase/Foreman
Rating: PG-13
Word Count: 100

First Day of My Life


You see him at Kutner’s funeral again and it takes you aback how weary he looks. A weary, faithless angel in black suit, golden hair falling in his eyes. And you can’t help but wonder who’s fucking him now. Maybe no one, maybe all, maybe he really is a demon sent to earth to tempt humankind one fuck at a time. Maybe that’s just stupid. Large innocent eyes look up at you, in a flash of lightning making you see sweaty, naked white strain under your dark shadow and you make a quick mental note to reconsider that demon theory.    

Title: Losing My Religion
Character: Chase
Rating: R (for ideas some might see as a tad offensive, though they obviously weren't meant like that but who know, better safe than sorry)
Word Count: 100

Losing My Religion


When nothing helps anymore you try talking to Him again, trembling fingers uncertainly closing around the rosary, you can still smell the faint scent of fresh sin on them. You’re too sure of your failure to immediately notice unexpected warmth washing over your doubting body like a summer rain and you almost laugh out loud when you can suddenly feel the age-old pull again. You’re saved… you’re… But when you open your eyes it’s not the crucifix you gaze upon but a young priest with eyes like wet black coal and maybe House was right: you’re damned for all eternity.  


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Oct. 12th, 2009 01:59 pm (UTC)
Thank you, I'm glad you liked them. :)
Oct. 12th, 2009 02:12 pm (UTC)
I loved, it's beautiful, in a sad way... I can't wonder what happened to Chase's child (my god he abandoned her, ç.ç)
I want a sequel! ç.ç
Oct. 12th, 2009 07:57 pm (UTC)
Weeell, he might have stayed close to the child even if not to Cuddy. *shrugs* That's up to your imagination. :)

I'm glad you liked it. Thanks for reading. :)
Oct. 12th, 2009 02:36 pm (UTC)
I enjoyed reading all of these so much. Drabble-writing skill, you has it!
Oct. 12th, 2009 08:00 pm (UTC)
*blushes* Thank you. I really love writing drabbles, which is why I was so upset there was no thriving House drabble community. I really couldn't NOT create one, hoping people might get the taste for it.
Oct. 14th, 2009 12:39 am (UTC)
I definitely find them intriguing, nifty little packets carrying tons of imagination and suggestion and wit. My only issue with joining the community is that I'm already watching your LJ, plus I'm in the house_chase community, so I receive at least double notification whenever you post. More than that seems excessive. :) I will have to join sometime however, if I do sit down and try to write some drabbleness of my own.
Oct. 14th, 2009 01:26 am (UTC)
Oh I hope you will start writing drabbles, they are so much fun. I'm looking forward to reading yours. :)
Oct. 12th, 2009 04:14 pm (UTC)
Really nice. The last one, I think, is the strongest, because it shows just how empty Chase feels.
Oct. 12th, 2009 08:04 pm (UTC)
I love exploring such feelings in him because I don't quite buy his current pseudo happiness (and that has nothing to do with who he is or isn't paired up with in canon). I'm actually convinced he's the most House-like person of all. :)
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Oct. 12th, 2009 08:04 pm (UTC)
Thank you, I'm glad you liked them. :)
Jul. 21st, 2010 01:04 am (UTC)
These are all wonderful. Deliciously dark and twisted and fucked and showing that none of them is capable of anything resembling real happiness with eachother. Wilson/Chase is my fave because that's such a guilty pleasure for me as is House/Chase, again, as long as it's all about the angst.

If you're looking for concrit, I'd recommend a little Americhecking to give them a more authentic sound, but the emotions themselves were spot on.
Aug. 10th, 2010 05:21 am (UTC)
wow. intense.
Oct. 18th, 2011 11:24 pm (UTC)
Chase and his faith.
Loved, loved, loved the last one. Not many have the insight to really delve into Chase's faith. Most write that he's lost his faith - but as the season's have continued, we hear the word of faith in Chase's mouth more and more. From 'Damned if you do' where he is very reluctant to even acknowledge his faith in God.(except to the nun) His prayer for the dead baby before the autopsy was heart breaking in it's nuance. Then as he grows he's more trusting of it. In 'Here Kitty' when he say's that he "believes in Faith and Prayer" we have the concrete evidence of that faith told loud and proud. Not to mention all the subtle body language throughout. When ever anything is in balance, we notice that Chase will sit at the table in the office and hold his posture and hands as if in silent prayer. It made perfect sense that he would seek absolution in the confessional. Chase loves two beings. God and Allison. After his number one turn to, failed he went, finally to seek absolution with the second most influential person in his life. His faith is alive and kicking and I truly believe that it's his core. His lack of faith, however lies with the dogma of religion. In season 7 we hear more and more the spiritual counter balance (as opposed with House's none belief) placed firmly with Chase's dealings with his patients. We see that Chase is annoyed with House and asks his to stop mocking the man who believes his daughter was saved by God in 'Small Sacrifices'. In Fall from Grace,he truly believes that the man was saved by God for a better purpose.He openly asks Taub to give the guy 'a break'. I truly believe that his sleeping around his HIS test of God. It's like he's saying to God..Come on, Whatcha gonna do about it? Then we clearly see that after 'Changes' Chase comes to realize that it's futile and see's the emptiness in his Tempting of God to 'smite' him for being a whore. This is then reflected in the scene where he's a asleep, on his own (After Hours) with the book The Crusades' laying across his chest. (honestly,they couldn't have been more obvious in the writing of this scene if they'd had a Bible laid across his chest) Finally, the whole Dibala arc comes full circle and we see and hear Chase's life echoed back to him when 13 say's "Darrien did the right thing in shooting the kid, but she destroyed her life trying to forget it" The look on Chase's face when this is told to him is beautiful. So finally when he asks 13 if she's talked to anyone and she say's that she's spoken to a therapist and it didn't help. he say's (words to the effect) maybe you should talk to someone 'else' Most people have interpreted this as 'him' being the someone else. Given the blossoming and more assertiveness of Chase's faith, I'm more inclined to think he meant someone more spiritually inclined. It's only after she's say's "Do you have idea what it's like to take another's life", does he invite her for a coffee. (now that's a scene I'd like to see! Maybe in your most capable hands? *hint-hint*) There are many, many more such instances of Chase's views on his faith, but I've not had chance to log them all down, but when they come, if you're paying attention,(also to the body language)they're pretty subtle. Also,I've searched and searched all the fic's for the blanks concerning the what,why and how his test of faith was failed and how he really came to leave the seminary. It's been touched on..but most have come to the conclusion that he lost his faith and as clearly shown he hasn't..so what was it that made him turn his back on his religion.

If you watch this interview by Jesse, you hear clear as day, that he's not lost his faith.

So, sorry for the ramble....It's just that your last dable here kinda opened a door ( and opened it beautifully and with a wonderful and spot-on realism into the charater of Chase and his faith ridden angst.

The interview. :


Many thanks
PS, Any typo's or,indeed,if this makes no sense at all, forgive. I'm getting over a car accident and am on heavy meds. It's with great and humble thanks that people like you who write such insightful and compelling fiction of our favorite doctors that has helped greatly to ease the pain and endless bed-ridden days. *bows*
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