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    The Silmarillion

    Why not? I just finished reading it again, so here we go. An excellent tale, and how everything is entwined with the fate of these three holy jewels makes it ...
    Jul 4, 2005
  • 11

    I've never given a 'title' to any un-ambitious, miniscule work, but if I'd have to name this poem, then I guess(these are on the spot) 'The Exiled', or just 'Exiled' ...
    Jul 9, 2005
  • 2

    This is a piece of something I wrote today, and when and if the completed work is posted here, this poem will make the more sense, and perfect sense perchance. ...
    Sep 10, 2005
  • 6

    Well, it was an inevitability with me here(that this topic should be made). I have seen here: Questions about LOTR, which died, and Harry Potter versus the LotR. I am ...
    Oct 24, 2005
  • Poetry » Lyrical
    Oh Aster in the Sky

    I of course am not the author, rather the sub-creative author(in other words, realistically-I wrote it, fantastically-The faithful Numenoreans sung it ) Oh Aster in the Sky Oh white aster ...
    Nov 17, 2005
  • Poetry » Other

    Burning cold, Biting frost, The sky is falling; I am lost. A simple poem, it came to me as I was trudging through the snow and cold today...
    Nov 25, 2005
  • Poetry » Lyrical

    Long ago I dreamt you falling,And in that moment had a longing:To watch your graceful shapes pass by,In white raiment, from the sky. I was thinking of a dream I ...
    Nov 30, 2005
  • Poetry » Narrative
    Gandalf and The Balrog

    Tis a Petrarchan sonnet. Gandalf and the Balrog Thongs of fire lashed at Tharkûn the Great,On the narrow pass of the dwarven bridge.He struggled on that precarious ridge,And still could ...
    Dec 8, 2005
  • 6

    Behold, I finally finished the poem after a few months of neglect. The Precariously Perched Pidgeon It was precariously perched,That little pidgeon of mine.For were it standing out of reach,I'd ...
    Jan 4, 2006
  • Poetry » Narrative
    Zadni Kralj Hrvatske-Peter

    The name pretty much sums it up. But then, I want peoples take on it. (Has anyone heard of the country mentioned, by-the-way? ) Peter Svacic On Peter's Mount,Svacic had ...
    Jan 12, 2006
  • Short Story » Historical Fiction
    The Curse of the Cross: A Heathen Fable

    Let's see. This is the first ever topic I made in the stories section, wow! That being said I am, of course, not new to writing. I've plently tales brewing ...
    Mar 19, 2006
  • Poetry » Other
    Lord of Thunder

    Lord of Thunder Across the heavens he rides, In his chariot of gold; Rumbling over darkling clouds, He's fearless, steadfast and bold. Wielding his mighty hammer, Poised above his holy ...
    Apr 13, 2006
  • Poetry » Other

    You've heard of pfifers and fiddlers, and poems relating to them, but what about a taburasac. Yes the Croatian tamburica(Tahm-Boo-Ree-Tza) is an interesting instrument, of the string family. The commo
    May 7, 2006
  • Poetry » Narrative
    Eriol/Ottar Waefre/Aelfwine

    Well, this started out as a poem for the poetry contest for the 'Grande Re-Opening!', but when it was finished, I noticed I was some 56 lines over the limit! ...
    Aug 4, 2006
  • 8

    Basically what the title implies-I'll be posting my free-writes and story fragments; and I suppose any other piece of writing, that perhaps don't deserve to waste space as seperate entities. ...
    Aug 11, 2006
  • Short Story » Fantasy
    A Heathenly Respite(FDWC)

    This is only half of the story, the rest will be coming tommorow I suppose. A Heathenly Respite You'd have heard or will hear that Pagans are barbaric and crude, ...
    Aug 20, 2006
  • Article / Essay » Review
    The Communist Manifesto

    Today I read the Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. I must say that my leaning towards this part of the Left over the past few years has ...
    Aug 23, 2006
  • Poetry » Narrative
    The Moon

    Some of you may know this one already, and don't worry, a new poem or two or three shall be coming soon!(Or four!...Or five even if I've the inspiration enough...Right ...
    Oct 13, 2006
  • Poetry » Other
    Beyond the Sea

    A little ditty I wrote some time back. Across the Western Ocean,Beyond the Misty Seas,Past Enchanted IslesAnd against the Eastward breeze:You'll come to lamplit quaysIn a twilight time,A harbour in ...
    Nov 5, 2006
  • Poetry » Other

    The War-Machine The whirling of the war-machineis deafening as itthunders over burning* fieldson an endless road to oblivion. Not so sure whether I should have posted it. I find it ...
    Feb 20, 2007
  • 2

    I received a fairly decent mark for this essay, within the range my conscious effort put in (an 80%). I lost most marks for MLA infractions, which there will be ...
    Sep 12, 2007
  • Poetry » Narrative
    A Stormy Opera

    My first attempt at abstract poetry. I didn't bother recreating the placement of words and phrases from what I had on paper. Little droplets of water,Millions of them, Falling from ...
    Nov 24, 2007
  • Poetry » Lyrical
    Chthonic Mantra

    [A] Chthonic Mantra God of Wisdom, Lord of Death; Hornéd beast Of Earth and wealth Like thine roots In thy loam, Give me strength To ride this storm.
    Feb 4, 2008
  • Poetry » Lyrical
    The Crow

    I started this back in the Autumn of 2006. I finally finished it today! The Crow A crow alights atop a roof And cocks his head to look at me, ...
    Mar 18, 2008
  • Poetry » Narrative

    If I may be so bold as to post one more poem in the same run... (Morskigrad is a fictional city I have envisioned) Morskigrad In Morskigrad by the sea, ...
    Mar 18, 2008

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