Still more daily drabbles/ficlets/whateverthehelltheyare ...
It is said that Amandil set sail in a small ship at night, and steered first eastward, and then went about and passed into the west. And he took with him three servants, dear to his heart, and never again were they heard of by word or sign in this world, nor is there any tale or guess of their fate.
The fate of Amandil …( This Place )
Fëanor and Finwë argue about the Valar. I've intended something of a chaotic feel to this piece; Finwë is only reluctantly coming to the realization that something is afoot. This will culminate, of course, with Fëanor's exile from Tirion and the Valar taking Finwë's right to make the decision concerning the fate of his son and subject.( Blindness )
Maedhros on the plasticity of memory following Angband. Please note: This double drabble contains violence, not quite enough to warrant an adult rating but enough that I ask readers to tread with care.( None Need Know )
Fëanor replies to Finwë from Monday's double drabble Blindness about his growing mistrust of the Valar.( Perspective )
Maedhros on the day that Celegorm and Curufin arrive in Himring after being banished from Nargothrond. A double drabble.( The Calm Before )