Legolas X Reader Friend?Legolas X Reader Friend?2 years ago in Romance More Like This
My farther had arranged a marriage for me to someone I don't even know, but he told me that I would like this person, most unlikely. I did hear rumors about her she was an elf, with a pure mind and kind heart, she had green eyes that shine like the stars in the light, and her dark brown hair was soft and silky. She sounded like the perfect lady that Ada would like for me to marry. But you can’t trust all the rumors, I won't judge her until I meet her. But I won't like it.
"Legolas" Ada called I walked up him and besides him was a girly looking male elf, he had dark brown hair and bright green eyes that shone like emeralds.
"Who may this be" I said but was a bit distracted, because of the elf
"This is Tala, he will be staying here for the week and he will be your assistant" Ada said the boy nodded
"What happen to" I started but was cut off
"I had sent him to Rivendell, for an errand" farther said I nodded understanding. The boy didn't speak but nodded or shock his head
5 moments (Elrond x reader)5 moments (Elrond x reader)2 years ago in Romance More Like This
”Quel amrun, A'maelamin” The smooth voice whispered in your ear as soft patterns were traced down your smooth back. You opened your eyes and looked at your lover’s face that showed peace and serenity.
“Quel amrun Heruamin.” You kept your voice down as not to break the peaceful silence that lingered in the room. You lightly twisted some of his dark hair between your fingers before letting it fall back onto his pale chest.
His fingers gripped your chin and melted your lips together as one, making butterflies bloom in your stomach. You pulled away panting and looked at him with soft expression.
“Amin mela lle.” No matter how many times he told you, you couldn’t help but blush at the sweet words escaping his thin lips. He traced a finger down your pale face letting his fingers drop to your shoulders, as he traced invisible patterns.
“Amin mela lle.” You knew some didn’t approve of you relationship since you where his cou
Burning it Down Part 2 Smaug x ReaderSmaug often thought about that day at Erebor and how he had given his mountain away. He never regretted it though, not even for a moment. It had made you happy and given you a sense of peace, and that feeling was worth more to him than all the gold in Erebor ever had. He had given you a wonderful gift, but he had taken one with him as well.Burning it Down Part 2 Smaug x Reader1 year ago in General Fiction More Like This
You see, dragons possess a very powerful magic deep inside of them. They aren't capable of casting spells like a wizard of course; it is a much more subtle form of sorcery that even the wisest minds in Middle-Earth could not understand. He had connected with you that day, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually. From then on he could feel every single emotion you ever experienced. When you bubbled with happiness, a smile crept across his lips. For every tear you shed, he shed one as well. It made him feel close to you in spite of the distance.
There was only one side of this power that Smaug detested, and that was that he could also feel your d
BathingIn the quiet forests of Doriath, the sunlight was falling dappled through the leaves high above. The birds were singing, the branches were rustling, small animals were hopping happily through the undergrowth. A slight breeze whispered through the trees, and a small brook murmured nearby. All in all, perfect day in the forest.Bathing4 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Galadriel, however, was unable to enjoy it.
"I feel disgusting," she complained, pulling sharply on her reins to steer her horse around a small bush. "Do you people never wash?"
Her Sindar guides looked offended, but were unsure how to respond. She was a high lady of the Noldor, after all. As usual when in need of guidance, they turned to their lord.
Celeborn sighed quietly and gave Galadriel a mild smile. "We will be in Menegroth very soon, my lady. Be assured that King Thingol's halls have very beautiful baths."
A frown marred the loveliness of Galadriel's face. "We will be in Menegroth in two days. I feel disgusting now." She huffed out a breath and pulled her
A Number of BatsComaA Number of Bats3 years ago in Humor More Like This
"Damian wait!" Mar'i yelled as the Boy Wonder ran out of the room, flinging his yellow cape behind him, tears streaming down his face.
"Stay away from Mar'i or I might get you killed too."
That made the alien girl halt in her steps as the teen guy finally slammed the front door of Wayne Manor closed behind him.
"Damian," she whispered before straitening her shoulders and turning back around.
The clock was still open and she easily floated down the staircase, following her mother's cries. When she herself reached the bottom though, she couldn't help but gasp and release her own tears.
He was lying so still. They said it had been the blast from the radiation core of the factory.
"Daddy, please wake up."
There were many forms of warmth in Gotham. Fire, blood, hugs, smoke, fur coats, birds' nests, caves, hot springs, scarfs, gloves and overly stuffed cotton coats.
On a high tower, a lone figure was peering
Burning it Down Part 14 Smaug x Reader"Smaug, wake up."Burning it Down Part 14 Smaug x Reader1 year ago in General Fiction More Like This
"Hm?" He awoke to find you standing beside his bed. The flirtatious Smaug of earlier was replaced by the one you knew so well: Concerned, overprotective Smaug.
"Y/n, what is wrong?"
"I know this is going to sound stupid but...I haven't slept in an actual bed by myself in over sixty years. May...may I sleep with you?"
Relieved that nothing was seriously wrong, he scooted over and pulled the covers up for you to get under them. "Be my guest."
It was a very small bed for two people, so it required you to snuggle up close. You wrapped one arm around him and lay your head on his chest. His skin was incredibly warm, but comforting, like sitting beside a fireplace. The beating of his heart caused you to quickly begin to drift off. Before falling asleep though, you muttered "I love you, Smaug."
"Not nearly as much as I love you, my treasure."
In the morning, you awoke to an empty bed and an empty room. You were in the middle of wondering where
Burning it Down Pt 16: SmaugxReaderYou rushed into your room with Smaug right behind you and immediately started gathering up your armor. Smaug dropped the armor you had gotten for him onto his bed and turned to study you. He felt your fear and anxiety, but there was something else going on inside of you that he couldn't put his finger on.Burning it Down Pt 16: SmaugxReader11 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
"What is bothering you?" he asked.
"You mean besides the oncoming army of Mordor?"
You stopped for a moment while you tried to figure out how to ask what it was you wanted to know. What you had needed to know ever since you had first met him.
"Why did you leave Erebor for me?"
"Because I loved you."
"But you had only just met me," you said, turning to face him with tears in your eyes. "How could you have been willing to give up everything for me?"
He moved close to you so he could wipe the tears from your eyes. "Dragons recognize their lifetime mates within moments of meeting them. Everything we need to know is right there in front of us. We can tell from seeing, hearing, touch
A Tale of a New Beginning |Legolas x reader|A Tale of a New Beginning |Legolas x reader|8 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
From A Tale of the Bard series
It was the beginning of a new day. The sun was slowly rising up and the dark blue sky brightened. During your chase the few things that belonged to you became heavier than they were before. It was almost impossible to keep your (e/c) eyes open as there wasn’t much time to rest and have some sleep. You were so tired that you couldn’t even feel your muscles being sore.
"A red sun rises. Blood has been spilt this night." Legolas’ voice reached your ears as you were walking past him. It made you turn your head to gaze at the dawn behind you, hoping that your friends were still alive.
It took you another second to begin moving again. The plains around you seemed like an endless sea of grass and dirt and utter silence. There was nothing to be heard as everything was still. Aragorn crouched on the ground to check for any tracks left by hurrying Orcs. Suddenly his head rose and a moment later he stood up, gesturing with his hand for you t
Sick!Legolas X Reader OneshotSick!Legolas X Reader Oneshot1 year ago in Romance More Like This
He had a fever of 102. And you were in charge of watching him. Legolas, out of every single elf in this realm you had to take care of him. Thranduil's orders. You walked down the halls of the great realm into his room. The curtains were close and you could hear him snoring. You rolled your eyes. You walked up to the window and swished them open. He groaned and hid under a pillow as sunlight flooded the room.
"C'mon Legolas! Wakey wakey!" You said with enthusiasm. You pulled the pillow up and he groaned some more. " I don't have time for this Legolas lets go." He finally sat up with his hair that is usually pulled in perfect braids was down and sticking to him. He was shirtless and sw
Burning it Down Part 11 Smaug x ReaderSlowly, you opened your eyes to see Smaug's looking back at you. They were the color of gold this time but shone twice as bright. It always astounded you how drastically they could change.Burning it Down Part 11 Smaug x Reader1 year ago in General Fiction More Like This
"The battle? What happened?" you asked.
"We won," he replied. Stroking your cheek, he added, "You need to rest. We can discuss the specifics later."
Since both your head and body were still aching from the impact, you simply nodded and quickly fell back into a dreamless sleep.
Smaug was not by your side the next time you awoke. Your body felt sore and bruised, but you were able to sit up. Nothing was broken as far as you could tell and for that you considered yourself lucky.
When you went to stand up, you let out a slight groan from the pain. Suddenly, a pair of strong arms wrapped around you and a deep, silky voice purred in your ear, "Here, let me help you."
Once you were standing, Smaug moved so that he could face you. "How are you feeling?"
"Like I got blown up," you said with a small laugh.
Burning it Down Part 15 Smaug x Reader"Damn it, Smaug! Be a little more gentle! That's the third sword you've broken already!"Burning it Down Part 15 Smaug x Reader1 year ago in General Fiction More Like This
You were in the process of trying to teach your now all-human companion how to fight in his new body. He was much stronger than you had expected, however, and the proof of said strength was in the form of shattered pieces of metal surrounding your practice area.
"A broken sword isn't going to do you any good."
"I am truly sorry, my pet." His puppy dog expression made it hard for you to continue scolding him.
"Maybe you should just punch all of your opponents in the face. It would make my job easier."
"But not nearly as much fun!" he exclaimed, lifting you up in the air and spinning you around.
"Stop it! You can't spin your instructor!" You were trying to sound stern, but your giggling made the attempt useless.
"I can spin the true love of my existence though." As soon as the words were out of his mouth, he stopped and studied you with furrowed brows. "Do you know why I love you?"
You pondered his w
Love for an Elf Legolas x Shy reader Pt. 3Love for an Elf Legolas x Shy reader Pt. 32 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Love for an Elf Legolas x Shy reader Pt. 3
You traveled a bit ahead of the Lady Eowyn and the others. Running up a small hill you looked around at the landscape with wide eyes and a small smile. Aragorn smiled at your excitement.
“What is with the lad? Why is she so excited about this travel?” Theoden smiled.
“That’s because she rarely ever got to travel out of the gates of the village. She longed to travel and see the world.” Legolas watched you as you stood on a bolder, the wind blowing your long [h/c] hair.
“Gandalf told us that she has an interesting life story.” Theoden looked to Legolas. “Of how much do you know of it?” Theoden’s face soften.
“If afraid I don’t know that much. She was brought to us by Gandalf about when she was 8 years old. The only thing Gandalf told me of her was that her family was attacked by orcs. Her mother and younger siblings killed.”
“What of her father?” Aske
The NoldorMighty are the Second Kindred,The Noldor8 years ago in Traditional Fixed Forms More Like This
Strong and brave and fair;
Fierce they are and proud,
Tall and dark of hair;
Filled with passion and iron of will,
A two edged sword this can be.
Never do they turn aside from their propose,
From no enemy do they flee.
Ache their hands do to craft and create,
Beloved of the Smith are they.
Burn their minds do for knowledge,
But into folly they sometimes stray.
Lovers of hills and open lands,
The Watchtower their first home.
Many other glorious kingdoms did they build,
Seven High Kings they have known.
18. Flowers - MerryxPippinFlowers18. Flowers - MerryxPippin4 years ago in Romance More Like This
Merry stared at the flowers he bought with an embarrassed blush spread across his cheeks. He couldn't believe he actually bought flowers of all things. It wasn't any of his friends' birthdays either, not that it was weird to give a gift among hobbits if there were no special occasions. Rather, it was for Pippin.
For some reason, he got the strangest idea to tell Pippin his true feelings, how much he truly loved his dear friend. It seemed like a good idea at the time. After all, they've been the best of pals all their lives. But now that he thought about it, he didn't want to lose that friendship if his feelings weren't returned.
It was too late now He was already in front of the other hobbit's door and he already knocked on the light wood. Maybe, just maybe, he could turn around and leave before - Pippin opened the door and smiled at the sight of Merry. Just before Pippin opened the door completely Merry quickly hid the bouquet behind his back, though it did no help to hi
Burning it Down Part 17The battle raged on for what seemed like ages. You tried to mentally block out the sight of dying soldiers as they dropped all around you. The might and sheer number of Mordor's army seemed incapable of being defeated. Even the arrival of Rohan's army barely even made a dent in their ranks.Burning it Down Part 1710 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
Now, the surviving members of Gondor's forces were huddled together inside of the last available barricade, while the foes outside came ever closer to breaking through. You sat, with one arm wrapped around Pippin's shoulders, watching Smaug pace back and forth, running his hand through his hair anxiously. It was the most frightened you had seen him since the battle began, and you knew it was because this wasn't in his nature. He wasn't the type to sit, trapped and terrified, hoping to be rescued. He was meant to be the predator, not the prey.
You stood up and slowly made your way over to him. Without a word, you took his hand and rested your head against his arm.
"We should not simply sit here and w
Lindir x Reader (One-Shot)Lindir x Reader (One-Shot)2 years ago in Romance More Like This
On this day,In Rivendell,It's another beautiful day.You get out of bed and open the balcony doors admiring the scenery as you do every morning.You look down below and see Lindir greeting an old wizard and many dwarfs,also a hobbit who looks In awe at his new surroundings.Lindir greets them with much respect.
The wizard wishes to know where Lord Elrond Is,before Lindir can complete his sentence Elrond and many other elves come riding In.
You don't like listening to others conversations It's rude but you do happen to catch the word,"orc" before you turn around and go back Into your room to brush your hair and change.
The next day..
You head down to join your fellow elves who are getting their harps ready to entertain these guests.
You bump Into Lindir and nearly fall down but he catches you In his arms,"I'm sorry Lady (y/n)!"he said shyly since your chest was now against his and he's holding you In a very romantic pose.
"It's fine.I really should watch where I'm going."You said blushing.
The Hobbit - Starlight and StoriesThe rock seemed to have a personal vendetta against him.The Hobbit - Starlight and Stories3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Bilbo muffled a low groan in the leather of his rucksack – temporarily utilised as a pillow – and wriggled slightly, attempting to find a comfortable position. It was no good however, no matter which way he shifted the rock on which he lay refused to relinquish its crusade to become one with his spleen.
Sighing, Bilbo sat up and rubbed his face. The rocky terrain leading up to the Misty Mountains was so uncomfortable that virtually all of the company had decided to just power through it. The only ones capable of sleep were Bombur and Bifur, Bombur because his great size meant that he felt the insistent pressure of the stony ground far less than everyone else and Bifur because . . . well, he was Bifur.
“You’lright there Bilbo?” Bofur asked vaguely, from where he sat next to the Hobbit.
“Yeah, I’m fine.” Bilbo lied. He was reluctant to complain. There was nothing anyone could do and e
Pippin's SongPippin's Song12 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
I couldn't quite understand what I had done. In one shining moment, I had pledged to serve one whose son had died to save me. In my heart I had been pledging my serviced to Boromir.
In life I was pledging my services to a madman.
My thoughts turned to Merry momentarily. My dearest friends, where was he? I missed him so much. I was a foolish Took, I knew. I had done exactly what I had been advised against. And now I was here, serving this madman.
The sound of horse hooves gently clipping against the cobblestone road brought my eyes downward, to the streets. There rode Faramir, strong, brave, and unappreciated. The man was so like his brother in appearance, but also so different. He was true and kind, of meek and tender heart. Yet there he was, leaving the city, seeking a peace that would only come in death. I didn't want him to go, but I knew after having been rebuked by his father, there was no other choice for him. His desire to please the aging steward came before his own will to liv
Forgotten LanternForgotten Lantern3 years ago in Drama More Like This
Legolas walked into the moonlit forest. The air was humid and steamy from a soft rain. It smelled of rotting wood touched with a hint of wild honeysuckle. He walked stealthily pressing on the damp floor of the forest through the slanted beams of moonlight that were cast amid the grey trunks of the ancient trees. The air grew heavier as he neared the sacred place beneath the great oaks where he knew he would find his father. A place where Thranduil always seemed to drift away to find solitude. Legolas smiled down at his father’s forgotten lantern—it sat alone casting a silver glow on the tall, wispy grass. It was not a beacon of welcome but a sign that none were allowed beyond this point. In this place, the only thing allowed was Thranduil’s thoughts-but Legolas stepped forward knowing that this night he was needed.
Legolas walked up behind him, unseen and unheard, but he knew Thranduil would sense he was already there. The air was full of ligh
Hobbit - Little Acts of HeroismDwarves couldn’t swim, Bilbo had been surprised to discover.Hobbit - Little Acts of Heroism3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
There were a great many things which, although they seemed quite natural to the dwarves, initially mystified the little Hobbit. Their method of greeting each other by smashing their skulls together was only the first incident in which he became aware of their unfamiliar customs. He quickly discovered more over the next few days of travelling and, in the privacy of his head; he wryly conceded that Gandalf had been right. The world was most certainly not in his books. To be entirely truthful, he learned more about the peoples of Middle Earth from one talk with the well-educated and surprisingly chatty Dori, than he had done in his entire life up until that point.
Needless to say, Dwalin’s nipple-ring had been a major eye-opener and even now the company liked to do impressions of Bilbo’s squeak of surprise upon noticing it. Bifur’s injury too had alarmed him, although in truth the axe firmly lodged in his
A Strand of HairA Strand of Hair4 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Gimli enjoyed exploring. Gimli's father, Gloin, had raised him on tales of Thorin's expedition for the Arkenstone. Gimli wanted to follow his father's footsteps, maybe even surpassing them. His own journey was nothing like his childhood daydreams. It was wearing, terrifying, miserable, difficult, and often boring. He relished every second. That was why he accepted the elf's invitation to sail west to Valinor.
Gimli would travel farther than any other dwarf before or after him. He had not realized that he would be the only dwarf on the continent. It seemed silly, but he did not consider how alone he would feel. He missed his family, but it was the small things that drowned him in nostalgia. He missed drinking a pint of ale by the firelight; he missed seeing faces with real beards, not sissy elf-beards; he missed sitting in a chair where his feet touched the ground.
Gimli's friends did their best to make him feel at home, but it was not enough. Legolas was always good company, but he did
AkallabethAkallabeth4 years ago in Traditional Fixed Forms More Like This
Yet such was the cunning of Sauron, and the strength of his hidden will, that ere three years had passed, he bacame close to the councils of the king...And Sauron spoke to the king, saying that his strength was so great, he need not be subject to the ban of the Valar. Then the king harkened to Sauron...and in those days the fleets of the Numenoreans blackened the waters west of the land...and Sauron withdrew to the inmost circles of his dark temple. (Akallabêth, The Silmarillion)
Once he laughed,
In his dark hall-
The lord of all.
Twice he laughed,
For weak-willed men
Who fell, became
His servants then.
Thrice he laughed,
The shadows rang-
Though Doom upon
a thread should hang.
A final time
Would he have laughed?
But then Doom fell-
An iron shaft.
Seemed to frown
On Sauron Gorthaur,
He guessed not
The Valar's wrath,
Though long we walked
His Master's path...
Until the Void
Of Morgoth's crown
Claimed Sauron G
Carpathian LoveI have fallen,Carpathian Love8 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
I fell in love with you.
Nothing will stop me,
From winning your heart.
You will see me,
You will love me,
You will know me,
As I know wish you.
Nothing hurts me more,
Than seeing you in pain.
Crying over fear of life,
For threats have been sent your way.
I'll find them and kill them,
And the threats will go away.
I'll take my life before I lose you,
I'll end the pain of your loss.
For the many years I lived,
Have I once felt this strong.
I want to hold you,
Make you feel safe.
You gave me emotion,
And restored my coloured sight,
You have kept the demon at bay,
I've been alone for many years,
No emotion and no fears.
Then I met you,
And things have all changed.
I gave you blood,
You gave me yours,
And with this exchange,
Your life will change,
I will know what you think,
And the same will go for you.
Nothing secret will tear us apart,
I will be by your side,
I don't care what's in the past,
I only care if you are alright.