Fandoms: My Fair Lady (1964), Pygmalion - Shaw, Pygmalion (1938)
04 Oct 2020
Eliza Eynsford-Hill can read (although not very gloriously), but she can’t write.
A shortcoming which becomes a great obstacle in running a flower shop.
Eliza therefore turns to Professor Henry Higgins for help, who, in the end, allows himself to be persuaded.
Compatible with George Bernard Shaw’s ending of Pygmalion, and is Eliza/Higgins at the same time. (See notes.)
Fandoms: Harry Potter - J. K. Rowling
21 Aug 2020
First kiss - twice.
There is a sort insurmountable restlessness hanging in the air.
Mirage (noun): an image, produced by very hot air, of something illusory, without substance or reality; something that is caused by the bending or reflection of rays of light by a layer of heated air of varying density; a reflection of light that can trick the mind into interpreting the sight as an apparently solid thing.
It is close enough to be touched, tasted and marveled at until it is slipping through the fingers and flutters away like a delicate butterfly.
Mentors tend to have a way of seeing more of the apprentice’s weaknesses and tender points than the latter would like.
Mentors and lovers alike.
Minerva McGonagall loses a sibling and levels up her career against the backdrop of a war, while she gets more and more embroidered in a relationship with a man whose power radius she is determined to break away from. Or is she?
Minerva McGonagall walks out of the Department of Magical Law Enforcement, closing a door, leaving it all behind. Or so she hopes, so she thinks.