What an unexpected interaction. The mighty Tulkas makes himself so vulnerable and is refused?
" her never-ending dance. Her single dance. Without me."
The last two words are really impressive. Even a Valar cannot bend the will of his spouse.
Lovely as always.
Author's Response: Thank you! I see the Valar all being all-powerful, even the women who are supposed to bend to the will of their husbands. I perceive Nessa as free, with her dancing and ability to outrun deer, she sounds like someone who could almost fly. Would she wish to teach someone else her secrets, and in doing so be tied down for longer than necessary? No! But how can she refuse her husband? I will probably continue this... so many potential ways to go...
Very descriptive. I felt like I was watching her myself. Drabbles can be a good way to take a break from writing longer stories. However, please continue with Nimwen. I do love that story and can't wait for an update.
Author's Response: Oh don't worry, Chapter 7 of Nimwen should be up in three days at the latest. I just needed a little break, as you said. Also, I have wanted to try a drabble for a long time and I have always felt "connected" with Nessa (obviously due to having the same name) Glad you enjoyed it! =)
A most wonderful drabble. Please continue. I see Queen Nessa very clearly twirling about the meadow with the deer. She would be a favorite of the wood Elves. You've inspired me. By all means, put up what ever you like. I love your Nim, your poetry, and your drabbles!
Author's Response: Aww, thank you! I am glad that I inspired you! You are too kind to me. I did enjoy writing the drabble however, but we shall see what comes out of me next! I can never tell...