2 Works by SearchingforSerendipity in Les Misérables - Victor Hugo
05 Dec 2015
No. If one of us is Icarus, it is I. I have too much of myself to
Your flame, strove too high.
My wings were of wax and liqueur. You melted the core out of me.
or, Prayer to Apollo From a Cynic
04 Dec 2015
"So, I have to ask. What's with the guinea pigs?"
Guinea-Pig-Man hunched his shoulders in the plastic chair. "The toxicology lab was doing experiments on them. They were suffering." He scratched a little white guinea pig behind the ears. "Euphrasie here was behind drugged for almost a month." Euphrasie was, evidently, the white guinea pig.
"And so you stole them," Georges concluded pleasantly.
In which Georges Pontmercy nearly runs someone over, bonds with guinea pigs and makes some friends, in this order.