Title: The Prometheus Triptych
Warnings: mentions of past child abuse, one scene with corporal punishment, violence, swear words.
Arranged chronologically:1) A Rhapsody in Riddle (circa 1942)
: Abraxas Malfoy is mourning the death of his father. Tom Riddle is plotting to open the Chamber. When Abraxas tries to intimidate the Half-blood upstart, little does he realise that his life is going to be irrevocably changed.
Word Count: 12,000. Complete.
Rating: M2) Prometheus, Prometheus, I will not bind thee (circa 1948)
: Abraxas knows what Riddle has been doing to himself. Dumbledore speaks of monsters and Slughorn speaks of Prometheus while Abraxas finds himself conflicted between love and conscience.
Word Count: 6500. Complete.
Rating: M3) I Will Always Sing for You (circa 1976)
: In which Lucius wonders about the origins of his father's cane, Voldemort returns to the country, Abraxas would rather have a Dark Lord by his deathbed than his heir, and Severus is a sulky, ugly teenager with quite a mouth on him.
Word Count: 6100. Complete.