Monday, February 16, 2009

A LOTR Poem

All of you who wanted more poetry from me, try this

7 comments:

Old Fashioned Liberal said...

Oh no! The link failed. Anyway, it's on Disciples of Diotima. It's an Aragorn and Arwen love Sonnet.

Ancient Greek Philosopher said...

I was wondering why you didn't post it on here.

Terez said...

i read it on the other post
its awsome
really wordy
but i love the last few lines they are perfection!

Old Fashioned Liberal said...

If you need any explanations on it (for example, what does it mean, or what is symblemune), I can explain at least some things.

Terez said...

the meaning of symblemune would help
wordy was the wrong term to use...
i meant(sigh) i don't know what i meant i was tired, the 1st time i read i didn't read that well
but i reread it
and its beautiful it really is
your very talented

one more word i didn't quite get
Yavanna?

Old Fashioned Liberal said...

"symblemune" is my spelling of the flower that grows on the graves of Rohan. Yavanna is the Valier (feminine angelic spirit, masculine form is Valar) that is in charge of the growing of plants and possibly animals as well. She is the second most important of the Valier after Elbereth.

Terez said...

oh yah!
i remember that flower
that's amazing