Of course Aragorn does not care if he smells bad or not. He is a RANGER for peats sake.
That was really cute thought.
Well, he might want to consider smell if he's tracking something. If it got down-wind of him it would know where he was and run far, far away. Thanks for the review!
This series of haiku is a very clever concept. As a fan of the form, I encourage you to make your haiku as densely meaningful as possible.
Author's Response: I will do more meaningful haikus after I finish these silly ones. I'm glad you like the idea of LOTR haikus. Thanks for the review!
Actually, though this IS funny, there's a very poignant note to it too. I think it's that last line, "Not that it matters." Maybe it's just me reading too much into things, but that feels like quite a sad, bleak closing line. That's not a criticism; it's a good thing, as getting more than one emotion into so few words is not easy at all! Well done :-)
Author's Response: I see what you mean, the ending can be sad, but I intended for it to be sort of like a shrug after a thought. Aragorn thinks about running, and how he needs to bathe and then is like, "Meh, I'm a ranger, and I'm down-wind." Thanks for the review!