7 Works in The Lady of Shalott - Alfred Lord Tennyson
12 Jun 2018
The isle of Shalott was only a short distance from Camelot, and no one in the city had any true idea of what lay inside. The only thing that everybody agreed on was that the tower, surrounded by four grey walls, was deserted but for a hauntingly beautiful, spectral maiden. The maiden was sylphlike, all said, and had only been seen through the mirror hanging in her bower. From there, the tales varied - the ghost of a noblewoman, a sorceress, a grief-stricken widow, a trapped and sorrowful maid - but the consistent theory was that the maiden was long dead.
The Lady of Shalott, as her story fits into the canon of Merlin. Or, the time Lancelot wasn't as noble as he probably could have been.
23 Feb 2018
And he knows- this is how he dies. But by god if he isn’t going to make it worth it.
Or, Goro Akechi has been looking at the world through mirrors, and now it’s time to finally see.
Or or, parallels between Persona 5 and The Lady of Shalott.
21 Feb 2018
I hope it’s not too condescending,
That (with not MUCH offence intending)
I’ve done some very slight emending
To give the lass a happy ending
Without the help of Lancelot.
I make no money from this rhyme,
All rights reserved till end of time,
So please don’t say I’ve done a crime,
Or my escutcheon blot!
05 Oct 2017
the lady lived a simple life, once upon a time.
Fandoms: Harry Potter - J. K. Rowling, Arthurian Mythology, The Lady of Shalott - Alfred Lord Tennyson
19 Mar 2016
When Pansy and Hermione get sent back in time, it’s definitely Pansy’s fault. If she hadn’t been mucking about in potions class — Hermione tells her this, at length, immediately after their feet return to solid ground.
"What does it matter?" Pansy hisses, looking at their surroundings in dismay.
Barley stalks spread for as far as the eye could see, beautiful in their golden stretch toward a clear blue sky, but…
"Where are we?”
- Part 12 of Awesome Ladies Podfic
22 Dec 2013
Lance had never expected to go to the kind of school which made you wear a blazer.
13 Mar 2013
'A Study in Pink', as told by Alfred, Lord Tennyson in exactly 100 words.
- Part 1 of Sherlock and the Consulting Prosodists