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: Nothing But Your Heart
Warnings: None
Notes: Filmverse. Yes, this is post-Voyage of the Dawn Treader Edmund/Caspian. No, I don’t give a fig for canon. Inspired by a prompt I saw in a Livejournal comm; all characters you recognise belong to C. S. Lewis.
Character(s): Edmund Pevensie, Caspian X
Pairing(s): Caspian/Edmund
Rating: T
Summary: Miracles do happen; you’re living proof.

Aslan had said you would never return; until now, you'd believed him. )

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. )

clovenbuttercup: (Edmund)

Title: A Matter Of Life And Death
Warnings: Author Chose Not To Warn
Character(s): Edmund Pevensie, Caspian X, others (mentioned)
Pairing(s): Caspian/Edmund
Rating: M
Notes: Filmverse, although the encounter with the Sea Serpent is in its bookverse setting.
Summary: Trying to breathe is more painful than you’d thought possible.

<p>Thanks to that bloody Sea Serpent you’re lying on the Dawn Treader’s deck at least half-drowned. )

clovenbuttercup: (Casmund)

Title: And Light Shines in Darkness
Rating: T
Relationship: Caspian/Edmund Pevensie
Characters: Edmund Pevensie
Notes: Set post-Voyage of the Dawn Treader in the months immediately following the Pevensies’ (and Eustace’s) return from Narnia, this deals with Edmund’s inability to forget Caspian, or their relationship, and the pain of having to transition back into a life without him.  My headcanon for the Pevensies has them as probably at least High Church, although probably not Roman Catholic.  Inspirations for this piece include the Feast of All Souls, a specific XKCD cartoon, and the Third Collect for Evensong; the quote at the beginning is from the song Reach Haven Postcard by Dan Fogelburg.  The title is amended from John 1:5 in the Jerusalem Bible.  As always, any characters you recognise here belong to C. S. Lewis.
Summary: You’d like to think you’re getting over Caspian.  But the reality is you’re nowhere near that point, and you know it.

You’re not entirely sure how you’ve found yourself in here, in this sacred place, and you’re just thinking about how you will turn around and go back the way you came when you spot them. )

clovenbuttercup: (Edmund)

Title: Simple
Rating: T
Setting: Prince Caspian
Character(s): Caspian X, Edmund Pevensie, Peter Pevensie (mentioned)
Pairing(s): Caspian X/Edmund Pevensie
Notes: Probably more book-verse than film-verse, although definitely film-verse casting (and reference to Peter’s characterisation from the film).  This explores how Edmund’s past life in Narnia and what happened to him then colour his experience second time around, and how he deals with this when acknowledging (to himself) how he feels about Caspian.
Disclaimer: Characters you recognise belong to C. S. Lewis.
Summary: For Ed, everything about this is simple.  Except everything that isn’t.

Given you’re spending your days trying to negotiate your way through a diplomatic nightmare, Caspian’s a distraction you don’t need. )

clovenbuttercup: (Casmund)

Title: The Breaking Point
Character(s): Caspian X, Edmund Pevensie
Pairing: Caspian X/Edmund Pevensie
Rating: T
Disclaimer: Characters you recognise belong to C. S. Lewis.
Setting: Voyage of the Dawn Treader, at some point after the Lone Islands.
Notes: I'd call this fluff, but it's way too sexually-charged to call it fluff.  The POV changes in this story; changes are marked by three asterisks in a line, like so: ***
Summary: You want this, and the wanting exceeds your willingness, and ability, to ignore it.

You’re restless, and have been since the Dawn Treader cast off from Narrowhaven. )

clovenbuttercup: (Casmund)

Title: Rampart (Steadfast As An Anchor)
Character(s): Edmund Pevensie, Caspian X
Pairing: Caspian X/Edmund Pevensie
Rating: T
Notes: This fic was inspired by Psalm 31 and is almost entirely film-verse (implicitly for Prince Caspian and explicitly so for Dawn Treader), although the Dawn Treader section uses book timelines/dates for things like how long Edmund is aboard the ship.
Setting: Prince Caspian and Voyage of the Dawn Treader. The summary is a Nietzche quote.
Disclaimer: Characters you recognise belong to C. S. Lewis.
Summary: He who has a why to live for, can bear almost any how.

Be my rampart, my fortification. )

clovenbuttercup: (Casmund)

Title: The Beginning Of Always
Character(s)/POV: Edmund Pevensie, Caspian X
Pairing: Caspian X/Edmund Pevensie
Rating: T
Notes: The setting of this straddles Prince Caspian and The Voyage of the Dawn Treader and is a blend of film and book elements. Dates from the Dawn Treader sections are according to this timeline. The title is from a quote by Dante Alighieri: "Remember tonight... for it is the beginning of always."
Disclaimer: Characters you recognise belong to C. S. Lewis.

How do you define a beginning? )

clovenbuttercup: (Casmund)

Title: Brother
Character(s): Caspian X, Edmund Pevensie
Pairing: Caspian X/Edmund Pevensie
Rating: T
Setting: Immediately before the battle with the Sea Serpent
Timeline: Voyage of the Dawn Treader.
Notes: I haven't seen the films (other than the first, which is irrelevant here).  I haven't read the books, although I'm going to.  But I fell, hard, for this pairing pretty much on sight.
Disclaimer: Characters you recognise belong to C. S. Lewis.
Summary: The difference between meaning and intent.

The difference between meaning and intent. )

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