Marcus L. Rowland (ffutures) wrote,
Marcus L. Rowland

Drabble - Conversation in a Metropolis Parking Lot

About the first Drabble series I wrote was the Conversations in a ... Parking Lot sequence.

Conversation in a White House Parking Lot
Conversation in a Los Angeles Parking Lot
Conversation in a Sunnydale Parking Lot
Conversation in a Cleveland Parking Lot

It's years since I've thought of one, but here we go again. No prizes for guessing that this is a BtVS / Lois and Clark crossover.

100-word BtVS / Lois and Clark Drabble. All characters belong to their respective creators and are used without any intention of damaging copyright. This story may not be distributed on a profit-making basis.

Conversation in a Metropolis Parking Lot

by Marcus L. Rowland

"You know Superman, right?"

"A little," Lois said cautiously.

"He single?"

"why are you asking?"

"My ex wanted a mommy, not a girlfriend," said the brunette, "and most men aren't strong enough for me. Superman might be."


The stranger lifted the front of Lois's jeep, one-handed.

"You're Kryptonian?"

"Naaah, mystic destiny."

"Any other powers?"

"Speed, healing, reflexes."

"Okay. Well," said Lois, mind racing "don't waste your time..."

* * * * *

"Tough day?" asked Clark.

"Routine. By the way, if you hear rumours Superman's gay, ignore them."

"That I'm... gay?"

"Ignore them."

"If you're sure... all right."

"Five by five," murmured Lois.


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