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His eyes were a color that William, the poet in his literature class, might call midnight or ocean, a color that Benjamin, his argumentative roommate, might call misery or oppression, and Zach, the cynical self-loather himself, might scoff at and call beat up old jeans, or "just fucking blue". And of course, the med school kid down the hall would have called them what they really were: cataracts. But they were so much more. They were the cloudy sky, and the murky waters. They were the imperfect opal and the mottled bruise. They were blue that had once been clear, and now lay oppressed, swathed in white.
They were eyes
And they were blind.
(aka a reincarnation AU where the barricade boys have to find each other while one of them can't see)
Fandoms: Les Misérables - All Media Types
27 Jul 2013
This is the story of when Jehan decided it would be a great idea to put up a musical where they all played their own namesakes.
And what then ensued.
- Part 1 of Upon These Stones
The night before the barricade, Enjolras retreats into the Corinthe and Grantaire follows him