Well, I liked it so let me tell you why. I see Eomer as Eowyn's protector. They have both been through much in their lives. Now she is throwing caution to the wind, pining for Aragorn who her brother knows nothing about. He is a stranger and threatens to come between Eomer and his sister, the only bloodline he has left. He does not want to lose that connection, especially in times of war when family is the one thing that binds you to who you used to be.
Author's Response: Thank you so much! That is the way I wanted it to be interpreted, and I see that I have done an adequate job. I am very glad that you enjoyed it, and thank you for telling me why. It helps me to know what I did right. =)
Wow. I love this! My favorite part is "In her hast to find love, let her not forget me." Very powerful and . . . sad.
Author's Response: Thank you so much! That was the line that was the hardest to think of for me, glad you liked it! =)
You just keep topping yourself. Beautiful poetry. In my opinion poetry is difficult to do well but you make it seem easy. I truely love this. I've read it 4 times before writing this review. Well done!
Author's Response: Thank you so so much! I am very glad that you enjoyed this. =) It was somewhat based on my own life, my little brother now has a girlfriend, and it made me think of how Eomer must've felt about his little sister falling in love.