ASOIAF/Greek Mythology: Jeyne as Helen of Troy
A beauty both delicate and surprising, searing into the hearts of the citizens, strong even through mourning veils and dark nights, a woman indeed to lose a kingdom for. A kingdom she has never even laid eyes upon, but a kingdom she is willing to accept and rule whole-heartedly. She is every bit the queen they mocked her for, every bit the wife they widowed her for, as lonely and lovely as distant harp music wafting over the waves. But she refuses to falter; her honor means as much to her as it does to the North and she knows thousands of armies would leap forward at her command. Without a second thought, they call her wicked and cruel- but they never ask her what she thinks or how she feels. She has become a pawn, fought over, stolen as a relic, dismissed. She has no sanctuary; she has no escape- but she thinks sometimes that she does not need one. Happiness may no longer be an option, but perhaps revenge still is.