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19 Jun 2013
This one night Steve's out at a bar where a woman is doing an unplugged set, just her and a guitar, which should be kind of hokey but she's really good. For her last song she says, "My grandfather had this song on a record, and he used to play it for me as a kid," and then she opens with something that sounds awfully familiar.
Copperbadge's singer-songwriter OC Meg Bodoun played in a bar, and I was so struck by the scene that I rearranged the lyrics and the tune to Alan Menken's masterpiece of WWII USO nostalgia according to his specifications. I had to do it. I don't even play guitar, but I have a capo and a mic. My second-ever venture into fandom creation.
My first-ever fandom art. Very, very old. 2005, I think? Or earlier. From chapter 20 of Copperbadge's masterful HP longfic, Cartographer's Craft, in which a young version of Sirius is accidentally extracted from the Marauders' Map. He and Harry are shown here, after winning (barely) a fight with the metal skeleton guarding the Gaunt crypt.
This is a retelling of the story of The Avengers from Thor's POV, in iambic pentameter. I know.
It's Sam's fault.
Well. I meant to start at the battle, since that's all that Thor told at the dinner table in Copperbadge's Exclusive, but the two lines he gave there, the first two lines, implied Thor started from the beginning. So I started from those two lines (tweaked slightly to fall into pentameter scansion), and went to the end of The Avengers.
- Part 1 of Pentametric Norse