4 Just an Archer "Yet I wonder at my calling / In the wars that oft ensue." A poem for an archer in Narnia's army.
Chronicles of Narnia, K+, English, Poetry, words: 232, favs: 3, follows: 1, 6/28/2015
3 A Centaur's Gallop "We fight, aye! we fight hand-to-hand these we've met, / With victory yet seeming near." A poem for Roonwit the Centaur's lost cause in the Last Battle.
Chronicles of Narnia, K+, English, Poetry, words: 595, 6/22/2015
4 Sons of Forgotten Kings "Now though from inns and comforts we are banned / We spend our blood that it their safety brings." A poem for the Dúnedain rangers of Arnor. References events in the Akallabêth.
Lord of the Rings, K+, English, Poetry, words: 654, favs: 2, 6/21/2015
2 Maglor's Lament "And still we did not get / for what we'd so much lost; / our oath could not forget, / however high the cost." A poem for Maglor's regret and despair as he wanders the shores, forever divided from his kin by his guilt.
Silmarillion, K+, English, Poetry & Angst, words: 581, favs: 2, 6/19/2015, Maglor
5 Aragorn's Destiny & Aragorn's Prayer "A ranger in the wilderness, / Yet Gondor he will bless." Two Tolkien-inspired poems: Aragorn's Destiny and Aragorn's Prayer.
Lord of the Rings, K, English, Poetry, words: 374, favs: 2, 6/18/2015, Aragorn
9 High-elven Lullaby "Fear not the darkness cast beneath the sky, / for Elbereth has set her stars on high." A lullaby that a high-elf might sing to her child.
Lord of the Rings, K, English, Poetry & Family, words: 117, favs: 4, 6/17/2015, Elf