Galadriel welcomed the Fellowship to Lothlórien after their escape from Moria. When she met the Fellowship in her tree dwelling at Caras Galadhon, she gave each member a searching look, testing their resolve — though Boromir interpreted this test as a temptation. She was in turn tested when Frodo Baggins offered to place the Ring in her keeping. Knowing that its corrupting influence would make her "great and terrible", and recalling the ambitions that had once brought her to Middle-earth, she refused the Ring. She accepted that her own ring's power would fail and that her people would diminish and fade with the One Ring's destruction, and that her only escape from the fading of the Elves and the dominion of Men was to return at last to Valinor. There is the suggestion in the novel, backed up by other writings, that in acknowledgement of this renunciation of power her personal ban from Valinor was lifted and she was finally given leave to return over the sea.
and the elves on the bottom of the pic is some part works did for :~bastler: update a new print-sell version
The story of Eol of Doriath seems very cut and dry from the perspective of an elf. But what if you asked a dwarf what the tale of the Morquendi was? Bet you'd get a much different version...
Okay, the only reason why this pathetic excuse for literature isn't registered as poetry is because the fanfiction section doesn't have that subcategory. Right. Now that that statement's out of the way...
this sucker has been brewing in my head for the past three years. I'm terrible at rhymimg poetry (as you can clearly see) but the way Eol Morquendi died just rankled me. There had to be more to the story. So I wrote it.
To all Tolkien purists who will point out tiny flaws- yes, I know I forgot to mention the sons of Feanor. Get over it. They weren't that important in this story. I know they never say how Eol is related to Thingol so I made it up. I also took liberties with Eol's 'farseeing eyes'.
Right, that about covers it. I apologize for any spelling errors and the few almost-rhymes that make up this piece. As I said, three years. I had to give up on it eventually.
I hope you liked this first part! ^^ Go ahead and don't be afraid to tell me what you thought. Also, I suspect maybe some people will read both Hikaru's and Kaoru's paths... if so can you tell the differences in nature? I hope I write them well, they may be twins but they both handle things differently!
Any way, hope you enjoyed! ^^ Let me know if you would like the next chapter! ^^
My first BuckyxReader! Sorry he's OOC in this chapter!!! I'm not sure if I should write the other parts, but please leave a comment if you want me to continue! And yes, I believe in the comics it is stated that Bucky's eyes are brown, but I decided to go with the movie since that is what everybody else is used to! Hope you enjoy! <3 I'd also reallllyyy appreciate if you checked out my other (and few, yikes!) fanfictions:
I just felt like writing a story where Legolas has a bad habit. It annoys me that everyone thinks the Prince is perfect. And some things come up in the next chapter that explain why he has it. But this chapter takes place right after Moria, while the Fellowship is on its way to Lothlórien. Some is taken from the movies, some from the books. I hope you like it. Characters and places and some events are copyright Tolkien.
A totally (somewhat plotless) Fluff-let done for an art trade with for her drawing of Achille, which is SO AWESOME by the way. Check out her gallery! She's pretty darn good!
I was also shamelessly testing another plot-bunny of mine- George Sand writing a novel based on Chopin and Liszt's relationship. It sounds like a good idea, but I don't really know how I would possibly go about it without screwing it up. I
haven't read any of George Sand's novels, sadly they are all in French.
However, I have read Nelida by Marie d'Agoult (aka Daniel Stern), which was a very good read, though it was obvious which character Liszt was portrayed as, and which character (the beautiful heroine) Marie inserted herself as. It was like a really bad revenge plot.
But yes! If you like short-fluff-drabble-stories, then this is for you! (I didn't like it, but if you read my Artist Comments, you notice that I don't like any of the stuff I write. It grows on me after a couple of re-reads, I must say.)
Pianistic Fingers was the best Chopin X Liszt thing I've written. And Medianoche, there's Paganini, diverting the romance for a long time. I might have to postpone my upload, depending on how much homework my Geometry teacher swamps me with.
Dedications: ~Miyuko-101 for her awesome art trade with me! Hope to do it again sometime!