The Song of Gelfindor

by Feb 16, 2004Poetry

“If ever a day were to have passed
Where Sun and Moon would forever last
The ships would sail, the horses neigh
For thanking of this precious day..

When time could wander near and far
And every day was just as par
The Elves would Sing, the Men would cheer
For thought and mind would be so clear..

One day this may be though it not be tommorrow
For the War’s of our Fathers have brought us much sorrow
The Elves are at mourning, the Woman at crying
For they’re Son’s and loved ones have been out there dieing…

The Dwarves would drink, the Men would cheer
The Elves would sing with no more tears
The lands would be green, the Tree’s would grow
No more would die from Sword or Foe..

If ever a day were to have passed
Where Sun and Moon would forever last
When time could wander near and far
And every day was just as par…..One day this may be though it
not be tommorrow, For the War’s of our Fathers have caused too much sorrow….”

-Gelfindor sings after the fall of Fingolfin


– J. R. McIlvride

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