Title; Seeing Would Be Believing
Characters; Elladan & Elrohir.
For the 'Weave' 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 is a direct follow-on to my previous drabble How can I tell you apart? she asked... But azalaisdep and I are almost playing tennis with the twins righ now - if you haven't, already, you should read her Straight and True: or, One Crucial Difference which expanded a little between these two of mine!
Over the years a thread of humour had woven itself into the fabric of the tales they told of the “bad times”. Times when they had felt nothing but battle-rage, wanted nothing but revenge, eschewed the comforts of home, hearth and huch.
Unlike the Dúnedain they bore no bodily scars to trace each clash and, now, even the scars of the fëar were healing.
But the look on her face told them that she understood just how close to death the encounter they joked about had taken them. Then she grinned, an impish look, and said “I so must see…”
huch - proper Quenya for the female 'parts'!