For the 'Stardust' challenge.
Disclaimer: The characters in this story do not belong to me, but are being used for amusement only, and all rights remain with the estate of JRR Tolkien.
This drabble is part of a series for the 'Film' challenges, featuring Éowyn, and is set about thirty seconds after the first one - "Mistaken Identity".
Éowyn had been told, as a child, that the Witch of Dwimordene sprinkled stardust in the eyes of unwary children, before her grey shadow warriors carried them, bewitched, away.
She was reminded of this as she looked at the elf standing on the wall of Edoras. Surely the only way she could have mistaken Legolas for the impressive, regal… masculine… Aragorn was that he had bewitched her?
Yet, logic suggested, the elf showed no interest in seducing her. If there was, indeed, stardust in the air, since the travellers’ arrival, then just who did she look at through bedazzled eyes?