oddsounds (bluedreaming)

red bird on a perch



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  1. Rec 3

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    Celebrimbor and Annatar have a difficult conversation.

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    19 Jul 2020

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    Very much all yes. ♡

  2. Rec 3

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    19 Jul 2020

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    This poetry is stunning.

  3. Public Bookmark 49

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    “Well, it is very nice to meet you,” Bard said, after a moment. “And I offer my warmest welcome to the street. I do hope you enjoy it.”

    A year in the life of strangers.

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    30 Dec 2019

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    Warm and sweet.

  4. Rec *

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    Five years after the War of the Ring, rumors have been spread all around Middle-Earth that the lords of Aglarond and Ithilien are closer than mere friendship. Threatened by Legolas and Gimli's obvious preference for doing business with one another, the leaders of Erebor and Mirkwood turn suspicious eyes to their trading relationships.

    Infuriated by the rumors and scheming, Legolas and Gimli decide to pretend they're married in order to prove that their realms would treat fairly with others no matter what. But can they maintain the deception? Will it end their legendary friendship-- or could it lead to more?

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    26 Jan 2019

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    A fascinating take on a common plot device, shaped for this particular setting. Definitely worth reading!

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