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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. )

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Title: All My Love To Long Ago
Warning: Major Character Death
Rating: T
Setting: The Silver Chair
Character(s): Caspian X, Drinian (mentioned), Edmund Pevensie (mentioned), Eustace Scrubb (mentioned), Rilian (mentioned).
Pairing(s): Caspian X/Edmund Pevensie, Caspian X/Ramandu's Daughter (implied)
Notes: Thanks to a new job taking all my energy, it’s taken rather longer than I’d have liked to get this piece to a point where I’m happy to post it.  The title comes from a line spoken by the Tenth Doctor in the Doctor Who Children in Need special Time Crash.
Disclaimer: Characters you recognise belong to C. S. Lewis.
Summary: She reminds you, beyond a point you can endure, of who and what you used to be.

You don't remember dying. )


clovenbuttercup: (Caspian)

Title: Though Lovers Be Lost
Rating: T
Setting: post-Voyage of the Dawn Treader
Character(s): Caspian X, Ramandu's Daughter (mentioned), Edmund Pevensie (mentioned)
Pairing(s): Caspian X/Edmund Pevensie, Caspian X/Ramandu’s Daughter (implied)
Notes: Primarily film-verse.  This explores the period of Caspian’s return voyage to Narnia immediately following the Pevensies’ return to their world, and examines how, even though Edmund is gone, Caspian cannot forget.  The title and the quote at the beginning of this piece are from And Death Shall Have No Dominion by Dylan Thomas.
Disclaimer: Characters you recognise belong to C. S. Lewis.
Summary: You know you’re being unfair.

Lilliandil asks, once or twice on the return to Narnia, what it was like to be so close to Aslan’s Country. )

clovenbuttercup: (Casmund)

Title: Not Enough
Rating: T
Setting: Voyage of the Dawn Treader
Character(s): Caspian X, Edmund Pevensie, Ramandu's Daughter (mentioned).
Pairing(s): Caspian X/Edmund Pevensie, Caspian X/Ramandu's Daughter (implied)
Notes: Bookverse, with filmverse casting (and the filmverse's name for Ramandu's daughter).  This returns to themes explored in That’s The Deal, about Edmund’s imminent departure from Caspian’s life and how he recognises and deals (or fails to deal) with the part Ramandu’s daughter will play in Caspian’s future.  The title and the lyrics quoted at the beginning of this piece are both from the song Chasing Cars by Snow Patrol.
Disclaimer: Characters you recognise belong to C. S. Lewis.
Summary: For Ed, this is seeing the future; he doesn’t like what it’s showing him.

You both know you have no future; the Lion could descend upon you and separate you for ever at any point. )

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