About where I would go, if I had the chance
my take on what lay after the war of the ring
you're bound - to enter that kingdom once more
"I like how Tolkien can bring levity to somber moments. This isn't the first time Sam has done this. Tolkien/Sam's oliphaunt rhyme is fun, I could teach it to elementary school kids or make a song out of it..."
tale of the forging of the Elven rings, and of the One ring by the dark lord....
While finishing his Masters degree at Regent College, a school of Theology in Vancouver, B.C., Leif Hansen wrote a paper in which he uses three magical artifacts found within Tolkien's Trilogy (The One Ring, The Palantiri stones, and the Pool of Galadriel) to frame the paper -- which in general explores the nature of technology and how we can best use it.
Tolkien's mythos diffused into my own - an example
Tip the hat to Frost - all in good jest!
The lonely meadows of silence
The Road goes ever on and on Down from the door where it began. Now far ahead the Road has gone, And I must follow if I can,
"On a different note, I will say that I don't like Frodo's tone. Don't worry about coming back? Let's just go and die and get it over with? It's more than he can bear? Hmmm, a bit disconcerting. I mean, they still have a long way to go for Frodo to start acting like that already!"
"Or perhaps the destruction of the ring will destroy Gollum; could it be the only thing keeping him alive? And if the destruction of the ring is the end of Gollum, then I'm a little concerned for Bilbo. Will it's destruction be the death of Bilbo, too?"
In the grip of some entity... That's here the insurmountable scourge of Durïn... Khazad-Dûm !