Title: (Je N’ai Pas Oublié) La Chanson Que Tu Me Chantais
Characters: Caspian X, Other(s) Mentioned
Pairing: Edmund/Caspian, Caspian & Ramandu’s Daughter
Setting: Post-Voyage of the Dawn Treader
A/N: I have tried to ship Caspian with Ramandu’s Daughter, but it doesn’t work for me. As a King, however, Caspian has little choice about whether he marries; this might help explain some of his behaviour here. The title is from the poem Les Feuilles Mortes by Jacques Prévert.
Summary: He’s no longer here, but that doesn’t mean you aren’t still in love with him.
When you first kiss the Star, you see Ed in your mind’s eye. It’s Ed you are kissing, Ed you love beyond reason, Ed you miss so much; it’s always Ed. You know you’re beyond unfair, but you say nothing.
(What, about telling her, would change anything?)
Everyone knows Ed’s a touchy subject for you. She mentioned him once, early in your re-acquaintance; you choked out ‘he’s gone’ and changed the subject. Nobody (Star or otherwise) has mentioned him to you since.
But you can’t let him go, even a little, and you wonder if she either notices or cares.