The Silmarils... the three Jewels that of old Feanor wrought, blending the light of the Two Trees within them; around which the fate of Arda and the Children of Iluvatar are woven...
This beloved tale of beauty, hatred, love, light, darkness and hope comes to you in poetry format.
This is simply breathtaking! I absolutely loved it. Thank you for sharing :)I look forward to more.
Author's Response: Thank you so much for reading!!!! Im posting more soon.
Thank you so much for the review! I am so sorry for the late reply. I feel awful! Thank you as always for reading. Hugs you!
I'm sorry I kept deleting my review. I found there was something else I wanted to say. LoL! Nutso here.
There are so many fine writers on this site. I have had the joy of reading their excellent fanfiction and getting to know many of them. Making new friends through a common interest is always a plus and blessing :)
Oh hon. Don't delay your writing! I know how hard it is to take the first step. I failed high school English, so trust me when I say I know how hard it is to publish what you write.
I have been exactly where you are now many times. I still am! Every time I post something I expect it to be a complete failure. And in my mind it always is, no matter what anyone says, because of many factors I won't mention here. I took a writing class and the guy was a complete idiot. He had an ego the size of the Atlantic. I wanted to be prepared and have my ducks in a row so to speak. I put my trust in another person because I wanted approval and it knocked me back. Writing is a passion and you can't deny it. Someone once told me that when it comes to art there is no wrong. Writing, in my opinion is a form of art. There is no wrong! Let it out or it will eat you up. Don't second guess yourself, hon. Just write for yourself and not what you think people expect. By the way you had me in absolute tears. Hugs you. You are so very kind.
Lots of love and hugs, Kim
Author's Response: Thank you for the encouragement. It means more than you know! I will post something soon.
A pleasant shock? Isn't that a contradiction in terms? :P
You are so welcome dearie. I wanted to do something for you. *Hugs*
I found him to be quite tragic. He just wanted to go home!
I didn't know he had one! But he always pointed it towards Valinor, which I thought was cool. That would really get Morgoth's back up.
He came across as a bit of a grandfatherly figure to me. All the Elves turning to him when things were bad.
LoL! He only got their voice machine! When I read that bit about seeing Vingilot in his mind, I thought maybe that was the equivalent of Valar Internet.
I love his real name. I thought it was very pretty.
You know, he'd be a great character to narrate the Hobbit. He's seen it all really. Love that idea!
You're welcome! Happy Birthday, sweetie!
It is a pleasure to read such wonderful and inspiring verse. I found this beautiful the first time I read it and again I continue to find it extraordinary writing. You have a gift. I hope you will continue to embrace it.
Author's Response: If there is any gift, it was awakened by a good friend without whom I would never have attempted to write anything. Friends like this are more valuable than anything Eru might bestow, and the only reason to hope for eternity. However if Eru would like to bestow my own personal Elf Lord, that may be a reason to want to stick around eternally also.