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Laer Cú Beleg

Type: Songs & Stories

Meaning: The song of the Great Bow

Description:

An elegy composed by Túrin Turambar by the pools of Ivrin to honour his late friend, Beleg Cúthalion, whom he had slain:
Then Túrin knelt and drank from that water; and suddenly he cast himself down, and his tears were unloosed at last, and he was healed of his madness.

There he made a song for Beleg, and he named it Laer Cú Beleg, the Song of the Great Bow, singing it aloud heedless of peril.

The Silmarillion, Quenta Silmarillion, Ch 21, Of Túrin Turambar

Contributors:
Elithien 9Jun03
Elena Tiriel 15Aug10

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