Isildir’s Heir – A poem about an argument between Arwen and Aragorn.

by Nov 21, 2002Poetry

Aragorn:
I have the same blood in my veins,
The same weakness and pain
The same courage in vain.
I am not worthy to reign.

Arwen:
You are not bound to his fate,
His malice, his hate
His fall to low rate.
No, you will be great.

Aragorn:
But how can you be sure?
You cannot see the future,
You have no seeing mirror.
I can reach no higher.

Arwen:
These I gifts I do not have, true.
My my love for you, I do.
You see, I know you will make it through,
because I know you.

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