West Wing Stories
Updated: 28 September 2002
Some things cannot be summarized.
She Dreamed of Boomerangs
Summary: She dreamed of her words like boomerangs coming back to her, because they never had. (CJ/Simon)
Summary: When he looked at her, he saw Coleridge's "Lady of the Woods."
Summary: Smoky martinis had always been his favorite drink, but he hadn't had one since before Leo had brought him into the Bartlet campaign. Now he couldn't imagine why: why he had stopped, why Leo had chosen him, and why he had switched that night, and every night since, to straight Scotch.
The Beginning of All Wisdom
Summary: The acceptance of realities is the beginning of all wisdom. (CJ/Simon)
Summary: The ordinary is just that. (CJ/Simon)
The Dragonís Rubies
Summary: When you learn the price of what you lost, can you bear its cost?
Summary: To recover from a loss, you have to accept the pain. But you can't do it alone.
When Broken Glass Floats
Summary: CJ learns when glass breaks, it shatters.
Dance Like Peonies
Summary: The promise of a dance the color of peonies at full bloom.
The Last Tempest
Summary: They were fighting not to want each other and tonight, they stopped fighting. (NC-17)
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