Day 1 – Chance of War
Day 2 – Mad in Cressida’s Love
Day 3 – Doubtful Hope
Day 4 – Troilus is Troilus
Day 5 – O Admirable Man!
Day 6 – Such a Woman!
Day 7 – Women are Angels
Day 8 – Troilus Above the Rest
Too ill to speak today, I leave you with
A stark reminder war roar’d on and on,
And Troilus fought his foe with raging heart.
Day 9 – Mass of Moan to Come
Cassandra knew the hell that was to come;
She saw it in a dream and then she told
Her brother Troilus, whom she warn’d to stop.
Day 10 – A Theme of Honour
A chat with Troilus ’bout his sister’s dream.
Day 11 – Enchanted Sense
Young Troilus shares his private thoughts once more.
Day 12 – Cupid’s Pageant
They should have been allow’d to love alone,
But I was there to watch their rose-buds bloom.
Day 13 – Purity in Love
I follow’d her too close, but now my guilt
Is turning good by telling you this tale.
Day 14 – Troilus and Cressida
They saw me there, those beautiful young loves.
Day 15 – Night Hath Been Too Brief
I watch’d them both; I am a sordid man,
With poison in my mind and in my blood.
I warn you, fair beholders, that today
My post below contains a sexual scene.
Day 16 – The Enemy Demands Her
The bad news came; it fill’d our hearts with dread.
Day 17 – Break My Heart
My Cressida defies the rules with rage.
Day 18 – This is and is not Cressida
Poor Troilus suffers, broken-hearted boy.
Day 19 – Disease
My tale’s of war and how it kills what’s dear.
Rebuild the world from ashes. Use the code
Of fearless samurais – bushido – thus:
Respect and honour others, not the self.
Let beauty live and bloodshed die. Farewell.
– Uncle Pandarus