March 11th, 2012

Aragorn and Faramir

Sea Longing

B2MeM Challenge AspectsOfAragorn1- wooer; Botany1- sage; Carolling- Tidings of Comfort and joy;Landscape1- cliffs Love1- And through all the lands,love is now mingled with grief,it still grows perhaps, the greater.Song lyrics- Now the light is slowly beckoning you to the shore;Canon couples Imrazor/Mithrellas

Format: short story

Genre: general

Rating: G

Warnings: none

Characters: Aragorn,Faramir

Pairings: Aragorn/Arwen, Faramir/ Eowyn, Imrazor/Mithrellas

Summary: Aragorn and Faramir enjoy a walk along the beach.

These characters all belong to the estate of J.R.R. Tolkien. This story was written for pleasure and not for financial gain.



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BTME

Different in My Day

B2MeM Four Words- gang, remarkable,blackberry, nicely

Format: drabble

Genre: humour

Rating: G

Warnings: To be taken with a large pinch of salt

Characters: Sam, the Gaffer

Pairings: none

Summary: The Gaffer dislikes Sam's new gadget

With apologies to Tolkien who owns Sam and the Gaffer


“What’s that, Sam?” asked the Gaffer, staring dubiously at the small gleaming box in his son’s hand. Every few minutes it emitted a piercing bleep.

“It’s called a Blackberry, Dad. All the gang have them. They are quite remarkable. You can email, browse the web, and make calls on them.”

The Gaffer frowned. “In my day, Sam lad, you ate a blackberry, webs belonged to spiders, and we paid calls in person. We did very nicely too. Now put that confounded box of tricks away, you’ve hardly touched the garden lately! Your fancy Blackberry won’t grow taters for Mister Frodo!”
Aragorn and Faramir

Suspicions

B2MeM Challenge Roles and names of Aragorn1- king; Carolling- You could almost say it glowed;Canon couples Earendil/Elwing; Emotions- courage; Facets of Faramir - mentor;Book Titles: Skin and Other Stories
Format: ficlet

Genre: general

Rating: G

Warnings: none

Characters: Aragorn,Faramir

Pairings:  Earendil/Elwing

Summary: Aragorn is suspicious of Faramir's loyalty.

These characters all belong to the estate of J.R.R. Tolkien. This story was written for pleasure and not for financial gain.



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