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Holiday – summary

This entry is part 1 of 2 in the story Holiday

Snapshots of a summer spent in Dol Amroth. Gimli is ambivalent about it all.

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Fools

This entry is part 51 of 51 in the story Drabbles

“Stubborn fools,” his father had muttered when the Dwarves strengthened their defences and hardened their hearts. Yet Legolas could not help but wonder. How would any of them have acted? He tried to put himself in Thorin’s place, home and … Continue reading

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How bad can it be?

This entry is part 42 of 51 in the story Drabbles

How bad can it be? Legolas wondered as his horse negotiated the steep path into Imladris. He didn’t look forward to the completion of his task, but it would be no more than an uncomfortable day or two while he … Continue reading

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Begetting day

This entry is part 26 of 51 in the story Drabbles

“Begetting day? Wait, Elves celebrate their what?” Rose asked incredulously. “Our begetting day,” Legolas replied calmly. “So everyone, once you have children, everyone knows that you, when you…” She turned red. “But Rose, you and Sam have nine children; do … Continue reading

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Eyewitness account

This entry is part 25 of 51 in the story Drabbles

“But what of the Elves?” Merry asked, poised to take notes for his book. Arwen answered first. “Rivendell knew when the hobbits crossed the Misty Mountains and moved to the Angle.” “I doubt an Elf of Mirkwood ever saw any … Continue reading

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