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15 August 2011 @ 02:56 am
Fic: ‘What he sees.’  
Title: What he sees.
Fandom: Lord of the Rings (movies).
Rating: (G)
Time Period: During events in Lord of the Rings.
Summary: What Éomer sees when he is at court.

Author's Note: This is quick ‘n’ dirty (for definition see the F. A. Q.).

This can be grouped with Choking on darkness and In a darkened room.

Disclaimer
All characters contained herein are the intellectual property of JRR Tolkien, the Tolkien Estate and the Tolkien Trust & Peter Jackson, Fran Walsh & Philippa Boyens (their interpretations); I am not affiliated with nor endorsed by them.


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When within the confines of the Golden Hall, he watches. Always a man of action and word, he is still; a stillness that is seen and wondered at by many. He excuses it to others by saying his mind is elsewhere, an excuse that is accepted.

And he sees.

He sees the eyes of the King’s counsellor wander, time and time again, to his sister. He sees the lust concealed within the pale eyes; he sees it flare into open desire when the worm thinks everyone’s eyes are elsewhere. He sees the King pale and wither.

When he sees the worm’s eyes flicker to his sister time and time again, his stomach turns and it is all he can do not to run the pathetic excuse of a man through with his sword.
 
 
 
Armchair DM: Carson: No no no AIEEE!!armchairdm on August 15th, 2011 10:41 am (UTC)
I must applaud his restraint.

Though part of me thinks he may have been doing the king a favor if he /had/ run him through with a sword... err run the counsellor through, not the king.
F. J.: Lantern & Candles: Warmmorethanacandle on August 15th, 2011 12:49 pm (UTC)
I think his restraint is born from a small thing called 'survival instinct'.
Angel... Dark Wings Descending...: dracobrandnewdayangel_in_tears on August 15th, 2011 12:04 pm (UTC)
Oh Eomer. How he held himself back, I do not know!!!
F. J.: Lanterns: Warmmorethanacandle on August 15th, 2011 12:50 pm (UTC)
How he held himself back, I do not know!!!
He must have had faith in his uncle being able to see sense despite what Saruman was doing.