The poems of our wearthy – Some poems for the great things in life

by Jan 10, 2003Poetry

Sindarin Greenleaf

In the steady water I see, thausands sparkles in the sea
And I long for Mirkwood, hoping to see My love Greenleaf
Aih, I fall far from him, He awaits me, and Im full of diseafe
The gloomy light reflects in my eyes, for grey sparkles show in the water. Legolas, my Sindarin, you feel so far away, even though you stand here now, holding my long lost hand.

Samwise and Frodo

Two travlers are lost in hell, worrying about what fell
And what shall fall in the dark hour, and who shall have all the power.
Will the lord of the rings, rule over all, like that witch evil brings
Shall middle earth fall in ruin
and all hope be lost?
The faith lies within those who have the strength to go on,
and confront the evil, win, and he is long lost gone.

Arwen Undomiel

Undomiel, I wish for you, the life of many ages
Evenstar, you bring me hope, you will allways rule over all witch is beautifull..for you are fare and you eyes they sparkle, you hair blows in the wind, and the white soft skin, you hold on the face of youre body, feels like the feather of a baby bird.

Elvish for Gandalf

A Olorin i yaresse, Mentaner i Numeherui
Tirien i romenori, maiaron i oiosaila
Manan elye etevanne, Norie i melanelye?

Mithrandir, Mithrandir A randir vithren
u-reniathach i amar galen
I reniad lin ne mor nuithiannen

In gwidh ristennin, i fae narchannen
I lach Anor ed ardhon gwannen
Caled veleg, ethuiannen.

Olorin who once was
sent by the lords of the west
to guard the lands of the east
wisest of all maiar
what drove you to leave
that witch you loved?

Mithrandir, Mithrandir, Oh pilgrim grey
No more will you wander the green fields of this earth
youre journey has ended in darkness.

The bonds cut, the spirit broken
the flame of Anor has left this world
Agreat light has gone out.


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