Arwen’s last memoris – Bitter mortality

by Jan 25, 2003Poetry

Bitter mortality, love mingled with grief
Is now tasted like the midnights melting hue
In the deeps of my troubled heart.
My eyes cannot remember what joy I did claim
When I made my choice, and from my home lands came.

My hands, they cannot reach the stars
So small, that rest atop the eve of night.How now
Can I take comfort from thy?

So now I walk under the sun, my sun,
Amongst the faded paths of Lorien
And now starless night devours my fading sun

For then I did live, and now my life is done.


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