I would say the effort to rhyme every line makes it a little distracting . . . other than that, it's a great poem.
Author's Response: Yeah...I was testing new rhyming methods :D didn't really work. Hah, thank you Nazgrrl.
Thus, Eomer pensively reflects upon the death of his uncle.
P.S. See your reviews for Poem of Arwen.
Author's Response: Yes :) thank you for the review. Tell me if theres anything else you want me to write a poem about. You know i'll do it.
Is this suppose to be from the dwarves point of view? The dragon being the lord and not giving any of thier treasures makes it seem this.
Author's Response: To be honest with you, 'hoard' rhymed with 'lord' and i was too unimmaginitive to think of anything else. Sad, isnt it? Hehe, thank you for reviewing.
OMG this is so good!! You have a talent for songs and poems, friend. I, for one, do not. Congrats on the fantastic poems!!
Author's Response: Wow, thank you, arulia. I starting writing poems when i was quite young and I've just done it ever since.
Once again you manage to amaze me, although this time i barely tried to read the Elvish, i like my tongue untied though. Thanks for dedicating this to me, maybe i'll have to write something and dedicate it to you, that seems fair. As soon as i do i'll contact you. I msut admit though, this has been a very interesting day, first i've made a kinda sorta friendhsip with you, i've reviewed some stuff about vampires and i've gone up a level with my writing. Very eventful indeed - Li
Author's Response: Haha, that does sound like an eventful day. Well seeing as you gave me the inspiration for this poem, I thought it was only fitting to dedicate it to you. I think it turned out quite well also. I thought it would be hard, but the words just came to me. The only problem i find is trying to use words in the poem that i know, because i have a limited understanding. I know nothing of how to use grammar in Elvish, and not as many words as i would like to. Anyway, thanks for the review!
Wow, I am IMPRESSED that you're writing in Quenya. Amazing! I especially like the last two verses.
Author's Response: Thank you, Ria. I started learning Quenya when the Two Towers came out, and I started writing poetry about a year ago. As you can tell, I've been an avid fan of LotR for quite some time now. All of my friends will tell you I'm obsessed.
Pretty much everything i said about Estel, this is very clever. Didn't have so much trouble with the Quenya this time. Mightn't have been 'in the moment' before. Are you going to write anything else like this, i find them fascintaing, please do, perhaps one about the elves - Li
Author's Response: Yes, I will try to write more. It does take time, but I will do my best. I enjoy it though, so yes I probably will soon. And at request I will write one about the elves. Thanks again for reviewing, Lira!
This was interesting, i've never thought about trying to write a poem in elvish, my hat goes off to you, very clever. I couldn't quite read the elvish version but i think i managed pretty well, i've only been part of this fandom less than a year and i think i've done very well although i could probably care more for the dwarves and the hobbits . . . nah, elvish all the way, and vampire. What can i say? I'm obsessed. I might actually add this to my faves, it's too clever to ignore - Li
Author's Response: Wow, thank you, Lira. Ive seen your name a lot in the 'most recent', and i like vampires myself so I will definately read some of your material. Much appreciated review.
Very beautiful poem! I loved this. It is magnificent! A very good piece about the greatest deed poor Boromir did.
Author's Response: Thank you, Merry. Nice name by the way, Merry is awesome. Yeah Boromir is one of my favorite characters so I wanted to write a poem about him.