clovenbuttercup: (Default)
Title: King of Hearts (2/2): King
Characters: Caspian X, Other(s)
Relationships: Edmund/Caspian
Setting: Dawn Treader
Notes: Filmverse, I suppose.
Rating: T
Warnings: None
Summary: As soon as you have the chance, you engineer it so you can spend time with him alone, and ever since then you’ve been flirting with him, on and off, trying to make up for lost time.

It has been a long and lonely three years. )

clovenbuttercup: (Prince Caspian)
Title: King of Hearts (1/2): Knave
Characters: Caspian X, Other(s)
Relationships: Edmund/Caspian
Setting: Prince Caspian
Notes: Filmverse, I suppose. This part is short; the second is rather longer.
Rating: T
Warnings: None
Summary: There was so much you longed to do the last time you had him here, but you weren’t comfortable or confident enough to make a move.

Something is different about how you behave towards Ed. )

clovenbuttercup: (Default)

Title: Light & Shadow
Characters: Lucy Pevensie, Caspian X, Edmund Pevensie, Other(s)
Relationships: Edmund/Caspian, Lucy Pevensie & Edmund Pevensie, Caspian X & Lucy Pevensie
Notes: Filmverse, although the encounter with the Sea Serpent is in its bookverse setting. This happens in the same timeline as, and is a direct sequel to, A Matter Of Life And Death.
Rating: M
Warnings: None
Summary: You didn’t know what was happening, until it was almost too late.

But it’s strange what a near-death experience can teach you about people you think you know. )

clovenbuttercup: (Default)

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
Rating: T
Warnings: None
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.

If anything, the opposite is true. )

clovenbuttercup: (Happy Casmund)

Title: This Is Home
Warnings: None
Notes: Filmverse. Yes, this is post-Voyage of the Dawn Treader Edmund/Caspian. No, I don’t give a fig for canon. All characters you recognise belong to C. S. Lewis.
Character(s): Caspian X, Edmund Pevensie, Other(s)
Pairing(s): Caspian/Edmund Pevensie
Rating: T
Summary: You’re making the conscious decision your unconscious mind reached weeks ago: you cannot leave him.

The Lion pronounces it time for you to leave, never to return to Narnia. )

clovenbuttercup: (Happy Casmund)

Title: Near To You
Warnings: None
Rating: T
Character(s): Caspian X, Edmund Pevensie
Pairing: Caspian/Edmund Pevensie
Notes: The quote at the top of this piece, and through it the title, comes from the Carpenters song Merry Christmas, Darling. Yes, this is AU post-Voyage of the Dawn Treader Casmund. No, I don’t care about canon.
Summary: You never dared to dream you could have this, but sometimes dreams do come true.

Near To You )

clovenbuttercup: (Casmund)

Title: For Ever True
Warnings: None
Character(s): Caspian X
Pairing(s): Caspian/Edmund
Rating: T
Notes: Filmverse, with a nod or two to bookverse. A look at what life is like when the person you’re in love with is gone for ever, but you can’t get them out of your mind — or your heart.
Summary: You remember ... because you can’t forget.

You once swore to Ed you’d never let him go. )

clovenbuttercup: (Caspian)

Title: Don’t Leave Me Here Alone
Character(s): Caspian X, Edmund Pevensie
Pairing: Caspian X/Edmund Pevensie
Rating: T
Notes: Bookverse, with filmverse casting. This deals with themes surrounding Caspian’s denial of the fact Edmund may disappear from his life at any point, and how Ed forces him to recognise (but fails to make him deal with) what this means for his future. Set during Voyage of the Dawn Treader, after Ramandu’s Island.
Disclaimer: Characters you recognise belong to C. S. Lewis.
Summary: You’re living in denial, and the worst part of it is you don’t even realise you’re doing it. Or, at least, not until Edmund forces the issue.

You should be more careful what you wish for. )

clovenbuttercup: (Default)

Title: A Song For Susan: Preserve Your Memories (They’re All That’s Left You)
Warnings: Major Character Death
Notes: The title is from Old Friends/Bookends as sung by Simon & Garfunkel. This is set after the train crash during The Last Battle. As always, any characters you recognise belong to C. S. Lewis.
Character(s): Susan Pevensie
Pairing(s): None
Rating: G
Summary: Forcing yourself to forget, because you can’t bear to remember what you can no longer have, is not the same as simply forgetting.

Preserve Your Memories (They're All That's Left You) )

clovenbuttercup: (Edmund)

Title: Miserere
Warnings: None
Disclaimer: Any characters you recognise belong to C. S. Lewis.
Character(s): Edmund Pevensie
Pairing: Caspian/Edmund Pevensie
Rating: T
Summary: One of these days it will stop hurting, and that's what terrifies you.

You can't believe this will ever hurt less than it does right now. )

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