A Candle by December
Summary: When Boromir comes to their bedchamber for the night, he finds his sixteen-year-old brother in bed – naked and in a nearly hysterical state. Eventually, after much sobbing and incoherent mumbling, Faramir manages to relate the following: he had been playing with himself using a candle, which, whoops, slipped too far in and got stuck. Apparently, he cannot go to the wards, for then Father would come to know, and that would be worse than death. But he cannot get the thing out either, had been trying for almost an hour and has only made it worse… Initially Boromir is completely freaked out (“Why would you want to put something up your bum in the first place?”), then horribly annoyed (“Well, then go stick your stupid arse in the hearth – maybe the candle would melt and leak out.”), but eventually, of course, he has no choice but try and help Faramir. Please make the process rather painstaking and embarrassing for both. And when it’s over, Faramir would feel utterly exhausted and humiliated, and be in dire need of some serious comforting… Needless to mention, by then Boromir would have probably warmed up to the idea of seeing his little brother from a somewhat different angle...
Categories: Book Verse Slash, Lord of the Rings Slash
Characters: Boromir, Faramir
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