Shakes' 7

26 Apr 2015 08:09 pm
[identity profile] elviaprose.livejournal.com
In honor of Shakespeare's birthday/this prompt, I've taken a shot at something I've been wanting to do for a while: the final scene of "Blake," roughly (so roughly!) in the style of Shakespeare. Rating is the same as the final episode. Expect Shakespearean levels of homoeroticism. Oh, and beware major spoilers for "Blake."

The Tragical History of Roj Blake )
[identity profile] annie7121.livejournal.com
"What had possessed him? "Blake thought morosely, watching as Scotty hit yet another of his pitches to the boundary, wincing as Gan and Vila barrelled into each other again in a futile attempt to catch the ball as it dropped. Read more... )
[identity profile] jaxomsride.livejournal.com
As this week sees the birthday of William Shakespeare and St. George's Day, the topic is all things English. You can take inspiration from anything that is quintessentially English from tea in the afternoon, cricket, any of Shakespeare's plays or even the legend of St George himself.

The choice as ever is yours to interpret any way you see fit.

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