Luthien TinuvielDark as midnight was her hair,
And her eyes were sapphires bright.
Her voice was like the song of birds
As she danced with feet so light.
This was Luthien, Thingol's daughter,
For she danced with elven grace,
While in the shadows watched Beren,
An man of mortal race.
Luthien saw him watching her,
So she cast a spell and fled.
And there Beren, a statue, stood,
Though he was not dead.
Eventually, the trance wore off,
And Beren found her once more.
He called out the name "Tinuviel,"
And Luthien fled no more.
She loved him from that moment on,
But this was not Thingol's will,
And he would not let Beren marry her
'Till he brought him a Silmaril.
Tolkien's Silmarillion - The stolen silmaril
Beren and Luthien in the Court of Thingol + Melian
Luthien dances before Morgoth
Luthien is running away from Doriath
Encounter of Beren and Luthien
Luthien and Huan
Of Beren and Luthien
Beren and Luthien flee Angband
Though all to ruin fell the world... 3
The Throne Of Morgoth
Lull The Black Foe (Luthien and Morgoth)
Beren and Luthien
Luthien et Celegorm
Loving, Missing You