Yule Mathoms 2005: 1. Devious Dwarves (Gimli, Legolas)

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1. Devious Dwarves (Gimli, Legolas)

prompt for December 1 - 24 devious dwarves

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Devious Dwarves

"Dwarves have a sure cure for sadness."

Legolas turned to his friend. "I never heard that before."

Gimli detected a gleam of interest behind the elf's previously remote eyes. "It's not something we tell everyone, now is it? But seeing you have a proper respect for rock, well, I could be enticed to share it. You must keep it secret."

Legolas openly registered curiosity. "I respect..."

"Good," Gimli overrode him. Taking Legolas's hand he led him through a breathless series of steps and turns. They stumbled to a laughing stop.

"Of course, it's better with a band and twenty-four dancers."


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Author: Gwynnyd

Status: General

Completion: Complete

Era: Multi-Age

Genre: General

Rating: General

Last Updated: 01/09/06

Original Post: 01/09/06

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Yule Mathoms 2005

Gwynnyd - 17 Jan 06 - 9:19 PM

Ch. 1: Devious Dwarves (Gimli, Legolas)

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