Drabble sequence written for a sequence of bird prompts at Tolkien Weekly on LiveJournal: various kinds of cross-overs between the Silmarillion and The Lord of the Rings and/or The Hobbit.
The birds get their own say in some, but not all of the drabbles.
1) Swan: Galadriel & Celeborn; 2) Thrush: Celegorm, Caranthir, Bard; 3) Raven: Caranthir, Dain; 4) Nightingale: Arwen, Daeron; 5) Eagle: Landroval, Meneldor
Ratings: content: PG but some of the implications probably PG13.
Table of Contents
Celeborn and Galadriel: a conversation about the present that resonates with the past
Those ancient, magical thrushes of Dale--they could have had a long history.
First Age: Caranthir, son of Feanor, Celegorm, son of Feanor;
Third Age: Bard the Bowman
3. Chapter 3: Bothering with the Speech of Dwarf and Elf by Himring [Reviews - 0] (95 words)
...and so also could the ravens of Erebor!
Following directly on from the previous drabble.
First Age: Caranthir, Son of Feanor.
Third Age: Dain Ironfoot
Arwen is like Luthien, we know.
Not only in Aragorn's eyes, but also in the eyes of those who have actually seen Luthien.
Arwen lays a ghost--no, not exactly a ghost...
The Eagles are coming! Their own point of view on events, from the First Age to the end of the War of the Ring...
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Categories: The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings, The Silmarillion
Characters: Dwarf: Dain, Elf: Caranthir, Elf: Celeborn, Elf: Celegorm, Elf: Daeron, Elf: Galadriel/Artanis, Half-Elven: Arwen Undómiel, Man: Bard of Dale, Other: Landroval
Genres: Drabble or Drabble series, Gapfiller
Places: Lothlórien, Beleriand, Mordor, Other place in Arda
Chapters: 5    |    Word count: 514    |    Read Count: 2235
Completed: Yes    |    Updated: 08/17/14    |    Published: 08/17/14