4 Works in Disney and NonDisney Prompts
Fandoms: Frozen (2013), Tangled (2010)
06 Apr 2018
"He could go anywhere he wanted to go; he could do anything that he wanted to do―"
And for a child who couldn't,
it only made her think of windows with no sunlight and bedrooms with closed doors,
parental guidance that advised her to,
"never go anywhere until you've learned how to suffocate under the weight of your own gloves."
Yet a fairy tale-obsessed orphan thinks he's found a real life wizardess behind the closed gates of Arendelle.
Even though her innocence is stifled, her existing is what keeps his anchored.
"You used to be my confidant. Now you're her husband."
24 Dec 2017
And a burning need to rewrite what isn't ideal in life.
Somewhere between the modest smiles, countless drinks, nervous fidgets, and random politics,
Elsa jokes about how amusing it would be if polygamy was legal.
- Part 1 of Ternion [유웃유]
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06 Oct 2017
"It is said in the Book of Enlightenment that if a wife dies having no children, her kinswoman must marry the widower and let him go inside her to raise up offspring for her."
Eugene Fitzherbert's new dream has turned into a nightmare.
Fandoms: Frozen (2013), Tangled (2010), Sneedronningen | The Snow Queen - Hans Christian Andersen, The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996), The Princess and the Frog (2009), Disney - All Media Types
08 Oct 2016
("Ternion" in Eugene's POV)
After his "Rapunzel" musical fizzled out of theaters, he went looking for an actress to fill the icicle heels of his "Snow Queen" for an Off-Broadway comeback. What he wasn't looking for was an off-stage love triangle to turn his married life upside down.
Being able to love two different people to the same degree was definitely against what was socially acceptable, but anthropologically, it probably made more sense.
- Part 3 of Ternion [유웃유]