Lothlorien in Spring – Ode to the Golden Wood

by Jan 23, 2002Poetry

In times that will not come again
There was a forest Lorien
Clothed in morning glory mist
Its byways were by beauty kissed
A timeless wonder to behold
Was Lorien in days of old

Lothlorien, Lothlorien
We still your beauty sing
There never was a land more fair
Than Lorien in spring.

Throughout the age homage was paid
Although The Wood began to fade
And stories even now are told
Of when its leaves all turned to gold
For vibrant was its autumn hue
And every honor was its due

Lothlorien, Lothlorien
We still your beauty sing
There never was a land more fair
Than Lorien in spring.

The Golden Wood then was its name
A glory still despite the change
But now her beauty lies in tales
Who’s picture painting words are pale
When held up to the Golden Light
Of Lorien before the Night.

Lothlorien, Lothlorien
We still your beauty sing
There never was a land more fair
Than Lorien in spring.


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