This is beautiful!
While I was reading it, I heard it as a chant. It also has a similar rhythm/feel as many of the poems in Elvish. Nice work!
oh, and thanks for the review :)
Author's Response: You are most welcome! =) Thank you for reviewing. I was not as really certain how it was to be spoken, or anything like that, but I felt like writing it, and I was moved, in a way.
WOW! That's really awesome! Hey, are you on Fanfiction.net? I think I've heard that name on there before... this is really good! Great work!
Author's Response: No, this is the only site that I post on. Thank you for the review, though!
Lovely! You really should write more poems, Kalen.
Author's Response: I will post more of them. I already write a great many. Thank you for the lovely review, AN. I wrote one about the mirror of Galadriel...but I haven't as yet, posted it.
It sounds like something that Aragorn might say to himself for no apparent reason. I would have used a different first verse, although I especially love the ending. Well done.
Author's Response: Thank you so much!
This is a lovely poem. There are some spelling errors that disrupted my reading of it, but nevertheless it evokes perfectly the longing of the Fair Folk for the Sea.
Author's Response: I am sorry for any spelling errors, i do not have the luxury of a spell-check programme.
Hey Princess Kalen! I love this! Have u read the new chapter I added to my story Through My Eyes? If not, can you read it & tell me what u think? Keep writing!
Author's Response: Yes, I did read it. I am quite glad that you chose to add to it!
Hi! I just read in the forum that noone reviews your stories. As I donÂ´t have much time I thought: A poem, thatÂ´s fine, not too long and it reminds me of the end of the film RoTK, I guess it even goes together with the film music. I like it very much! Tinara
Author's Response: Thank you. I saw a picture yesterday, non-lotr, that inspired me to do this. And thank you for reviewing! It means a lot to me, especially now that the counter is gone.