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Written by Dixon of Dock Leaf; with Aragorn

I’d been listening to Ewan MacColl’s ‘The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face’ a lot, so I wasn’t surprised when the bunny rifled the CD collection to wave it under my nose at daft ‘o clock one morning. And thus, my first attempt at a song-fic was born. It may be an only child, you tell me. The bunny went back to sleep.

Posted Mar 30, 2004 | 553 words | Comment [1]

Written by Dixon of Dock Leaf; with Boromir

The song-fic bunny attacked from the glove box halfway down the motorway as I was listening to the wonderful Dolly Parton singing Just When I Needed You Most. It made me answer the question of who dealt with Boromir’s possessions after his death. And then it sobbed.

Warnings: Angsty…don’t say I didn’t warn you.

Posted Jan 30, 2006 | 435 words | Comment

Written by Dixon of Dock Leaf; with Éomer

Faramir’s convalescent boredom is relieved when a visitor to the Houses of Healing takes a wrong turn. You have to love the directionally challenged…

Posted Jan 31, 2006 | 2865 words | Comment [5]

Written by Dixon of Dock Leaf; with Boromir

Warnings: Brotherly ‘love’

Posted Jan 31, 2006 | 1860 words | Comment [1]

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