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Alas, for the Singing of the Trees
Haldir watches Legolas and Gimli sail from Middle-earth, and wonders if he will ever sail West himself. Some Silmarillion knowledge helpful. (Please read the "Notes" chapter for helpful background information if you are not familiar with this book.)
Updated:July 2, 2005 Chapters:2 Words:1670 Reviews: 0
The Age of Men
Treebeard's rather rambling thoughts just before his final parting with Merry and Pippin. A short vignette written for the third anniversary of the founding of Henneth_Annun.
Updated:April 20, 2005 Chapters:1 Words:673 Reviews: 0
Dulce Et Decorum Est
Beregond reflects on his role in preventing Faramir's death, and justifies why he calls Denethor one of the "victorious dead".
Updated:March 23, 2005 Chapters:6 Words:5620 Reviews: 2
Faramir, on the cusp of manhood, stumbles into an inn in Dol Amroth and discover that certain things are handled differently than they are in Minas Tirith. Later, he learns something about his brother he never knew and must make an important decision. <br><br>WARNINGS: implied sex, prostitution, adult themes.
Updated:March 23, 2005 Chapters:4 Words:7581 Reviews: 0
Songbook of Middle-earth, The
Poetry Serial Rated:Teens
A series of filks based on <i>The Lord of the RIngs</i> and the other books in the Tolkien canon.
Updated:March 25, 2005 Chapters:3 Words:665 Reviews: 0
Stock and Stone
Ten years after the events of The Hobbit a girl from the Lonely Mountain and a boy from Dale meet for the first time. OCs only, obviously, though draws heavily from both The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings. No objectionable material.
Updated:August 31, 2005 Chapters:1 Words:4110 Reviews: 2
Of Hope, Stars, and Fate
A short Fourth Age vignette: Beregond muses on the steward who shares his name, how the two of them were different, and how they were similar. (Rated 'teen' for astrology, which some parents may consider inappropriate.)
Updated:April 20, 2005 Chapters:1 Words:693 Reviews: 0
Until the King Returns
"Then Mardil could no longer restrain [Eärnur], and he rode with a small escort of knights to the gate of Minas Morgul." But why would any competent steward let a childless king confront such a dangerous enemy, and with such a small escort?
Perhaps just a little AU -- this doesn't (to my knowledge) contradict anything Tolkien wrote, but some people might find my Mardil a bit more jaded than the one they imagined.
Updated:May 2, 2005 Chapters:1 Words:2515 Reviews: 1
Marta's Assorted Drabbles
General Serial Rated:Teens
Various drabbles written by request of HASA members, for their birthdays.
NEW: "That Immortal Sea"- Faramir dreams of Númenor; written for Dwim. "A New Age"- Celeborn and Thranduil meet in Mirkwood after the Ring War; written for Arandil.
Updated:September 30, 2005 Chapters:43 Words:5231 Reviews: 0
In the days between the Battle of the Pelennor and the Battle of the Black Gate, Faramir spends some time at Halbarad's bier in the Citadel. A vignette. (Rated PG for reference to sexual situations and mature themes.)
Updated:July 4, 2005 Chapters:1 Words:1216 Reviews: 0
The Shield-maid's Song
Just what was Eowyn thinking, in the moments before her battle with the Witch-king? A poem based on Michael Longcor's "Swordsman". (Rated PG for violent imagery and generally fatalistic outlook.)
Updated:July 21, 2005 Chapters:1 Words:317 Reviews: 1
Beware the Sea
Sea-longing takes many different forms. A series of drabbles featuring an elf from Alqualonde, Maglor, Aldarion, Elrond, Legolas, and Sam.
Updated:August 17, 2005 Chapters:6 Words:615 Reviews: 2
Aragorn was serving in Gondor under Denethor's father Ecthelion when Boromir was born. What would the Heir of Isildur have thought of the child who might grow up to become Steward? (Thanks to Tanaqui, RiverOtter, and Gwynnyd for their beta assistance.)
Updated:September 9, 2005 Chapters:1 Words:1291 Reviews: 0
The Worst of All Evils
On the night after the battle of the Pelennor Fields, Éomer and Elfhelm share words in the Houses of Healing.
Updated:April 23, 2006 Chapters:1 Words:1866 Reviews: 1
Faramir helps Éowyn cope with a nightmare.
Updated:May 11, 2006 Chapters:1 Words:916 Reviews: 0
Before the Gate
Sometimes past deeds and memories simply do not bear sharing with those untouched by them. A short vignette: Elfhelm, Merry, a grave set apart, and a conversation at Helm's Deep on the journey home after the War.
Thank you to Annmarwalk, Llinos, and Marigold for the beta assistance; originally written for Marigold's challenge #37.
Updated:February 7, 2007 Chapters:1 Words:1530 Reviews: 2
Faint Heart Never Won Fair Lady
Faramir discusses his growing attraction for a certain White Lady with an old family friend. (Beta: annmarwalk)
Updated:February 13, 2007 Chapters:1 Words:1832 Reviews: 0
While visiting family in Dol Amroth, Faramir's encounter with a prostitute leads him to question some of the values he grew up with. A gap-filler for my story "Summer Nights", though this should be readable without knowledge of the previous story. (Note, contains sexual content and deals with theme of prostitution.)
Updated:June 22, 2007 Chapters:3 Words:6154 Reviews: 0
On a quiet afternoon in Ithilien, Arwen nearly reveals too much of herself to Eowyn.
Updated:June 24, 2007 Chapters:1 Words:921 Reviews: 1
When news reached Rohan of the death of Dol Amroth's ruling prince, Théodred rode for Gondor as quickly as his horse would carry him. Of course he would come; Boromir needed him.
(This story contains explicit m/m slash as well as discussion of homosexuality in Gondor and Rohan. Please, use discretion when deciding whether to read at work or at all.)
Updated:June 29, 2007 Chapters:1 Words:3553 Reviews: 1
Ten Thousand Years
A few days after the Council of Elrond, Boromir stumbles into a room he thought was his own, and meets someone quite unexpected.
Updated:July 2, 2007 Chapters:1 Words:2329 Reviews: 3
Estel I Was Called
"Estel I was called, but I am Aragorn, Arathorn's son, Isildur's Heir, Lord of the Dúnedain." Aragorn takes up his place among the Dúnedain after learning his true heritage.
Updated:August 3, 2007 Chapters:0 Words:0 Reviews: 0
Estel I Was Called
"Estel I was called, but I am Aragorn, Arathorn's son, Isildur's Heir, Lord of the Dunedain." Aragorn takes up his place among the Dunedain after learning his true heritage.
Updated:August 3, 2007 Chapters:1 Words:1731 Reviews: 1
Of Denethor, Imrahil, and creative gift-giving. (Ficlet)
Updated:November 7, 2007 Chapters:1 Words:417 Reviews: 2
Black is the Color of My True Love's Hair
A series of vignettes involving Denethor and Aragorn. Each vignette is inspired by one of the five elements of classical philosophy. Slash. Beta'ed by agape4gondor
Updated:November 29, 2007 Chapters:5 Words:5492 Reviews: 1
They Also Serve
Arwen spends some time in the kitchens of Rivendell. (Betas: annmarwalk, agape4gondor)
Updated:December 21, 2007 Chapters:1 Words:1483 Reviews: 0
After the destruction of the Two Trees, Yavanna reflects.
Updated:April 30, 2008 Chapters:2 Words:888 Reviews: 1
Boromir and Theodred discuss the nature of love - specifically, the possibility of love between two men. Slash.
Updated:May 11, 2008 Chapters:2 Words:3790 Reviews: 1
During the attack on Sirion, Maglor is reminded of past deeds. (300 words)
Updated:July 25, 2008 Chapters:1 Words:314 Reviews: 0
The night after their wedding, Arwen marvels at the thing of beauty that is her husband. (250 words.)
Updated:July 28, 2008 Chapters:1 Words:257 Reviews: 0
Isildur's theft of the fruit of the White Tree, from a different perspective. Slightly AU. (Beta: annmarwalk)
Updated:August 7, 2008 Chapters:2 Words:1809 Reviews: 0
A Bird in the Hand
In the Fourth Age, Gondor grapples with the legacy of Numenor that was. (Old story, substantially edited and posted here for the first time.)
Updated:February 25, 2013 Chapters:1 Words:2596 Reviews: 0
That Which They Defend
"Isildur gave this counsel to Meneldil, that the King should visit the hallow from time to time, and especially when he felt the need of wisdom in days of danger or distress; and thither also he should bring his heir, when he was full-grown to manhood, and tell him of the making of the hallow, and reveal to him the secrets of the realm and other matters that he should know." Faramir tries to follow an ancient custom, with some difficulty.
Updated:March 6, 2013 Chapters:1 Words:1601 Reviews: 1
The Days of the King
"Behold the king!" Faramir's perspective on Aragorn's coronation.
Updated:March 6, 2013 Chapters:1 Words:1303 Reviews: 0
The King Has Come Unto His Hall
After the Battle of the Five Armies, Bilbo and Gloin consider legend's due.
Updated:March 10, 2013 Chapters:1 Words:2017 Reviews: 1
When We Were Very Young
"And it came to pass that Tar-Palantir grew weary of grief and died. He had no son, but a daughter only, whom he named Míriel in the Elven-tongue; and to her now by right and the laws of the Númenóreans came the sceptre. But Pharazôn took her to wife against her will..." (The Akallabeth)
Updated:March 13, 2013 Chapters:1 Words:2251 Reviews: 0
"Nine ships there were: four for Elendil, and for Isildur three, and for Anarion two; and they fled before the gale out of the twilight of doom into the darkness of the world. [...] And all the coasts and seaward regions of the western world suffered great change and ruin in that time; for the seas invaded the lands, and shores foundered."
Updated:March 15, 2013 Chapters:1 Words:914 Reviews: 0
Lords of the West
Olwe and Fingolfin had more cause than most to resent the Valar's tendency to leave dark lords unchallenged. A meditation on courgae, tragedy, and divine inaction.
Updated:March 23, 2013 Chapters:1 Words:4364 Reviews: 0