This poem is meant to be read as a continuation of the Lay of Leithian found in History of Middle Earth III: The Lays of Beleriand. This piece picks up at the end of Tolkien's published work.
Dedicated to J.R.R Tolkien and all those who have read his works.
Oh, how they call; The bitter cries; The Whispers of Time
This is for all fans of the Beren and Luthien-story in the Silmarillion like myself. It's about Beren's love for his Princess.
In fair, undying Valinor, an Elf there was who is now no more.... To find out more, please read!!! Thank you!!!
There is always hope left, though for a time it may be dark still
Sometimes we need to be called home
My last installment on the Wormtongue series. This part plays out the already withered sanity of our protagonist, and plots out his last days as the tragic shade of his former humanity. Some parts of the poem are influenced by the poem, "Where have all the Flowers Gone?"
This is a poem seen from Rosies point of view, she must have really missed Sam when he was away...
In the view of an elf who has lived on the earth far too long, and can no longer take the ship at the Grey Havens
Elrond's last plea to Arwen to remain with her people, and her answer