Moria – a poem

by Jan 20, 2003Poetry

Moria, oh moria,
mine of deep desire,
the place of rock and fire,

oh moria

oh moria, with It’s caverns so steep,
those lusty dwarves dwelved far to deep,

oh moria

with a pounding in the heart and a ring in the ear,
those poor old dwarves,
they relized to late,
they had woken the nameless fear.

oh moria….


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