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Your poem was pretty freakin hilarious. And the poor treatment of Boromir is just horrifying to me, only because I love him so much. I don't know why authors do that to him. Anyway, it's mostly true and it was highly entertaining. XD
Don't like Boromir, but I know that he's not evil. Just temted, as someone said.
I like your poem. Haven't read any MS story at this site, but since I join a lot of roleplaying games I have had my share of those b*tches =)
Lol, you seem to have covered it all. I've only read a few MS stories and have now given up, but they do all seem to be like that. Poor Boromir always gets vilified by them, and I have no idea why, he seemed to me a man of nobility and valor, who loved his country so much that his temptation to use the Ring is perfectly understandable.
Author's Response: I definitely understand why you gave up. I love Boromir and I agree with you about him. Thank you for reviewing!