thekeyholder91: (Mattbliss)
Title: Year After Year (1/2)
Author:[livejournal.com profile] thekeyholder
Rating: PG-13
Beta: Huge shoutout to [livejournal.com profile] tamarelmensdorp!!! You're a lifesaver, dear!
Pairing: Matthew Bellamy/Dominic Howard
Prompt/prompter: From [livejournal.com profile] stefanyeah: Clock - candles - tea. I don't know if this is what you had in mind, Stef, but I hope you'll enjoy it!
Summary: It was the Christmas of 1892 and ten-year-old Matthew found a mysterious visitor from the future in his living room.
Warnings: minor character death.
Disclaimer: No profit is made. Matt and Dom are not mine, but the story is.
Author's note: First thing first, I apologise for not being able to post the whole story today. I just panicked, because I couldn't get a feel of the story, and had to rewrite it. But I think I hit the tone now, and I know where it's headed. The parts in italics are flashbacks. Hope you all had a lovely weekend, and peaceful last days of the year.

Read more... )

thekeyholder91: (eyes)
Title: The Divine Love - Inferno (mini-series)
Author:[info]thekeyholder (Brigi)
Pairing: Belldom
Rating: PG 13
Beta: The lovely [info]ms_belle10  :) Thank you, my dear!
Summary: end of the 13th century – beginning of the 14th ,Florence. This story is based on the Italian poet’s, Dante’s, life. Dominic is the poet who is marked by three distinct meetings with “the gentlest of angels”, Matthew. These will influence his entire life and works.
Feedback: would be lovely if you have some time! <3
Warnings: This story won't have a happy end.
Disclaimers: As you probably know, I don’t own Muse or Dante's works, but original aspects belong to me. So don't steal, please!
Author's note: I studied The Divine Comedy at Comparative Literature a couple of months ago and I was really impressed by Dante’s undying love for Beatrice. No, I didn’t copy his masterpiece, but I did use some structures and information from his autobiographical work, La Vita Nuova. You must also know that he had a thing for the number three and it’s multiples.

Thank you so much to everyone who read this story. This is the last part, the one which gave me trouble. I hope you enjoyed it!

Previous parts: Prologue | Paradiso | Purgatorio


We, people, are odd creatures: our eyes are crying while our lips are laughing. Our whole life is a lie; we’re crying even while laughing! )

thekeyholder91: (eyes)
Title: The Divine Love - Purgatorio (mini-series)
Author:[info]thekeyholder (Brigi)
Pairing: Belldom
Rating: PG 13
Beta: The lovely [info]ms_belle10  :) Thank you, my dear!
Summary: end of the 13th century – beginning of the 14th ,Florence. This story is based on the Italian poet’s, Dante’s, life. Dominic is the poet who is marked by three distinct meetings with “the gentlest of angels”, Matthew. These will influence his entire life and works.
Feedback: would be lovely if you have some time! <3
Warnings: This story won't have a happy end.
Disclaimers: As you probably know, I don’t own Muse or Dante's works, but original aspects belong to me. So don't steal, please!
Author's note: I studied The Divine Comedy at Comparative Literature a couple of months ago and I was really impressed by Dante’s undying love for Beatrice. No, I didn’t copy his masterpiece, but I did use some structures and information from his autobiographical work, La Vita Nuova. You must also know that he had a thing for the number three and it’s multiples.

Hey, does anybody remember this story? I finished it! Here's the penultimate part. :)

Purgatorio doesn't continue from where Paradiso ended, but nine years later when Dominic meets Matthew for the second time. This is my favourite meeting, especially because of the imagery.

Previous parts: Prologue | Paradiso

It was a bright morning and I was sat on the balustrade of the Ponte Vecchio, watching the dark waters of the Arno River absentmindedly.  )

thekeyholder91: (eyes)
Title: The Divine Love - Paradiso (mini-series)
Author:[info]thekeyholder (Brigi)
Pairing: Belldom
Rating: PG 13
Beta: The lovely [info]ms_belle10  :) Thank you, my dear!
Summary: end of the 13th century – beginning of the 14th ,Florence. This story is based on the Italian poet’s, Dante’s, life. Dominic is the poet who is marked by three distinct meetings with “the gentlest of angels”, Matthew. These will influence his entire life and works.
Feedback: would be lovely if you have some time! <3
Warnings: This story won't have a happy end.
Disclaimers: As you probably know, I don’t own Muse or Dante's works, but original aspects belong to me. So don't steal, please!
Author's note: We're studying The Divine Comedy at Comparative Literature and I was really impressed by Dante’s undying love for Beatrice. No, I didn’t copy his masterpiece, but I did use some structures and information from his autobiographical work, La Vita Nuova. You must also know that he had a thing for the number three and it’s multiples.

Why Paradiso and not Inferno first? Because things will go ever worse. The only thing we know is that Dante saw Beatrice for the first time when he was nine and fell in love with her. The other events are just the fantasies of my mind.

Previous parts: Prologue

“Here is a deity stronger than I; who, coming, shall rule over me.” )


thekeyholder91: (eyes)
Title: The Divine Love - Prologue (mini-series)
Author:[info]thekeyholder (Brigi)
Pairing: Belldom
Rating: PG 13
Beta: The lovely [info]ms_belle10  :) Thank you, my dear!
Summary: end of the 13th century – beginning of the 14th , Florence. This story is based on the Italian poet’s, Dante’s, life. Dominic is the poet who is marked by three distinct meetings with “the gentlest of angels”, Matthew. These will influence his entire life and works.
Feedback: would be lovely if you have some time! <3
Warnings: This story won't have a happy end.
Disclaimers: As you probably know, I don’t own Muse or Dante's works, but original aspects belong to me. So don't steal, please!
Author's note: We're studying The Divine Comedy at Comparative Literature and I was really impressed by Dante’s undying love for Beatrice. No, I didn’t copy his masterpiece, but I did use some structures and information from his autobiographical work, La Vita Nuova. You must also know that he had a thing for the number three and it’s multiples.
 
The Prologue is actually the end of the whole story; you can consider it like the last piece written by Dominic. I know it’s short, but I’ll post the next part soon. :) I’m really curious about your opinions! I also hope that Italians won't cut me for making "Dante" gay. xD

Here begins the new life. )



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