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Darkstone
Immortal


Mar 17 2014, 8:08pm

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Belgium does not exist. [In reply to] Can't Post

http://zapatopi.net/belgium/

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Brothers, sisters,
I was Elf once.
We danced together
Under the Two Trees.
We sang as the soft gold of Laurelin
And the bright silver of Telperion,
Brought forth the dawn of the world.
Then I was taken.

Brothers, sisters,
In my torment I kept faith,
And I waited.
But you never came.
And when I returned you drew sword,
And when I called your names you drew bow.
Was my Eldar beauty all,
And my soul nothing?

So be it.
I will return your hatred,
And I am hungry.




Lissuin
Tol Eressea


Mar 18 2014, 1:40am

Post #27 of 36 (484 views)
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Snoopy is my inspiration.// [In reply to] Can't Post

 


Lissuin
Tol Eressea


Mar 18 2014, 1:42am

Post #28 of 36 (494 views)
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Geez! Is it only supposed to be one line?! [In reply to] Can't Post

Wink
Smile


Lissuin
Tol Eressea


Mar 18 2014, 1:44am

Post #29 of 36 (492 views)
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Beware the Brussels beasts! [In reply to] Can't Post




Darkstone
Immortal


Mar 18 2014, 3:09am

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"Twinkle Toes" Thorin gave him the insulting nickname "Ironfoot" at the Annual Durin The Deathless' Other Ball. / [In reply to] Can't Post

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******************************************
Brothers, sisters,
I was Elf once.
We danced together
Under the Two Trees.
We sang as the soft gold of Laurelin
And the bright silver of Telperion,
Brought forth the dawn of the world.
Then I was taken.

Brothers, sisters,
In my torment I kept faith,
And I waited.
But you never came.
And when I returned you drew sword,
And when I called your names you drew bow.
Was my Eldar beauty all,
And my soul nothing?

So be it.
I will return your hatred,
And I am hungry.




sador
Half-elven


Mar 18 2014, 7:10pm

Post #31 of 36 (485 views)
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"That stupid director had foisted a boar on me. I'm not going anywhere 'till I learn to ride it with dignity." [In reply to] Can't Post

 


sador
Half-elven


Mar 19 2014, 7:36am

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Perfidous Albion! [In reply to] Can't Post

Knowing that they can't beat the French in normal battlefields, they consistenetly would trick them to non-existing places - Rammiles, Oudenaard, Waterloo!
This also explains why a young officer on the Somme began to imagine a non-existing history with non-existing spieces - he was precariously near a non-existing place...


By the way, this reminds me of the famous "Malta yok" story, see the last paragraph here.


sador
Half-elven


Mar 19 2014, 7:41am

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"Something festers in the heart of Denamrk" [In reply to] Can't Post

Have you not heard these words before? Saruman spoke them, the teacher of Shakespeare.


Riven Delve
Grey Havens


Mar 19 2014, 2:48pm

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You are so right! ;) // [In reply to] Can't Post

 


“It was not Joy itself but its presence in a biological organism comprised largely of water, nitrogen and carbon that constituted the greatest puzzle. That we dream and wish at all is a powerful element of the case for belief that myths communicate some truth that cannot be communicated any other way.” --Alan Jacobs, The Narnian



Kim
Valinor


Mar 19 2014, 11:42pm

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It always boils down to that [In reply to] Can't Post

Folks just have to acknowledge the best hair in Middle-earth is, indeed, on the head of the majestic one.

“As such, you will address His Majesty as His Majesty, the Lord of Silver Fountains, the King of Carven Stone, the King Beneath the Mountain, the Lion of Erebor, the High King of the Dwarves, the True Treasure of Erebor, the Face that Launched 10,000 Sighs, or Thorin the Majestic..."

http://newboards.theonering.net/forum/gforum/perl/gforum.cgi?post=719226;sb=post_time;so=DESC;forum_view=forum_view_collapsed


Lissuin
Tol Eressea


Mar 20 2014, 6:27am

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Fester in the heart of Denmark, sador? [In reply to] Can't Post




May he be a light for you in dark places.
(sorry sorry Angelic)

Saruman? Teacher of Shakespeare? Indeed, I would fain know the source of your knowledge, but thy link linketh not for me.

Here are some photos I took on a trip to that land of milk and fish and the very castle, Kronborg, of another ill-starred prince, written of by Shakespeare, but I perceived no festering, nay nor any rotting, but evidence that the Bard did leave his mark upon the place.






(This post was edited by Lissuin on Mar 20 2014, 6:27am)

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