Lalwen pays Elemmírë a sudden visit, trying to escape the growing divisions among the Noldor and her family. (250-word fixed-length ficlet, as counted by MS Word.)
Written for femslash100 Drabble Tag Round 7, for the prompt: "The Silmarillion: Elemmírë/Írimë - swivel."
Írimë Lalwendë (or Lalwen) was one of Finwë and Indis's daughters, who are mentioned in the History of Middle-earth but not in the published Silmarillion.
The poet Elemmírë of the Vanyar is named in the Silmarillion as author of the Aldudénië, the Lament for the Two Trees. Since Elemmírë's gender is never mentioned, and a Quenya name ending in -ë can be either male or female, some fans have chosen to write Elemmírë as a woman (as she is here).
Table of Contents
Categories: The Silmarillion, History of Middle-earth
Characters: Elf: Elemmírë, Elf: Irimë Lalwende
Genres: Fixed-length Ficlet (other than drabble), Romance-slash
Places: Undying Lands
Times: 0-Pre-First Age
Warnings: 5. mild sexual content
Chapters: 1    |    Word count: 270    |    Read Count: 442
Completed: Yes    |    Updated: 06/21/16    |    Published: 06/21/16