Meril's Drabbles: 13. Biased Bedtime Stories (Celebrían & children)

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13. Biased Bedtime Stories (Celebrían & children)

Biased Bedtime Stories

"And the great King Elrond said, 'You have done me great injury, spider-spawn, and now I must put you in your place.'"

"Where were we when this happened? You would never—"

"Hush up, Arwen! It's my turn! So the great King sent his praised Captains, Elrohir the Orc-Slayer and Elladan the Goblin-Crusher, forth from his realm to give the ugly Prince of Mirkwood his doom. On reaching Moria, Captain Elrohir said, 'How fitting: a spider fed to the dwarves.' And—"

"Elrohir! Your sister is hearing this!"

"Sorry, Nana. How about Orcs?"

Celebrían groaned. Will they ever respect Mirkwood?

March 17, 2005. Instant drabbled: injury, respect, put, praise.

I love how I pretend the twins and Arwen are almost exactly the same age. ;)

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Story Information

Author: Meril

Status: General

Completion: Ongoing Serial

Era: Multi-Age

Genre: General

Rating: General

Last Updated: 09/22/08

Original Post: 08/31/04

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