A series of dribbles, drabbles, droubbles, tribbles, and quabbles concerning that Took and that wife.
Categories: Book-verse Characters: Belladonna Took, Beorn, Bilbo, Bill the Pony, Diamond Took, Drogo Baggins, Elanor Gamgee, Estella Brandybuck, Faramir Took, Farmer Maggot, Frodo, Frodo Gamgee, Gaffer Gamgee, Goldberry, Goldilocks Gamgee, Lobelia Sackville-Baggins, Lotho Sackville-Baggins, Merry, Original Character, Pearl Took, Pippin, Primula Baggins, Radagast, Rosie, Sam, Tom Bombadil
Genres: Drama, Fantasy, General, Other, Poetry, Romance
Chapters: 15 Completed: No
Word count: 2204 Read: 22466
Published: May 24 2008 Updated: Jul 03 2008
1. Chapter 01 - The Song by RazeNymphette [Reviews - 2] (102 words)
This is a series of drabbles based on the lines from the Hobbit mentioning a fairy wife. I’m not very good at drabbles, so I decided I needed practice. I’ll write one drabble per chapter, because I can’t write ALL of them at once. I hope you enjoy.
5. Chapter 05 - Awaiting the Lady by RazeNymphette [Reviews - 0] (98 words)
"In winter when the fields are white... In spring when the woods are getting green... In summer when the days are long... In Autumn when the leaves are brown..."
- Humpty Dumpty's Recitation, by Lewis Carroll.
6. Chapter 06 - Are You the One? by RazeNymphette [Reviews - 0] (130 words)
“Tell me are you the one? And tell me are you for real? ... And tell me who are you?”
-Are You the One? by Miranda Sex Garden
10. Chapter 10 - The Tasks by RazeNymphette [Reviews - 0] (231 words)
"Ask him to do me this courtesy... And ask for a like favour from me, and then he'll be a true love of mine... Love imposes impossible tasks... But none more than any heart would ask..."
-Scarborough Fair, Old English Ballad
13. Chapter 13 - Another Set of Tasks by RazeNymphette [Reviews - 0] (174 words)
"There she weaves by night and day a magic web with colors gay... she weaveth steadily and little other care hath she..."
- the Lady of Shallott, by Lord Alfred Tennyson
15. Chapter 15 - the Dwarf King by RazeNymphette [Reviews - 0] (284 words)
"Far o'er the Misty Mountains cold, through dungeons deep and caverns old, we must away ere break of day to seek the pale enchanted gold..."
- The Hobbit: the Movie, JRR Tolkien (1977)