Light On The Water, A: 3. Leo

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3. Leo

[This was written in elvish to rhyme in elvish, but was written a long time ago. This means A) it is in grey company elven (and I'm not completely sure what I meant by it) and B) it doesn't translate out as well. It only remains here, as it does actually rhyme, though that is due to a mix of sindarin and quenyan throughout the poem.]

Leo bar loth, mãn mellon
Calaiel, fëathalion
Beleg ohtar, aredhel
Gwaithanna, kalel
Draug mellon, mel roch
Kanó, mir en lhach

Leo home flower [?], blessed friend
Light's daughter, strong spirit
Mighty warrior, high elf maid
People's gift, shining star
Wolf friend, horse lover
Commander, jewel of the leaping flame

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Story Information

Author: Purplefluffychainsaw

Status: General

Completion: Work in Progress

Era: Other

Genre: Poetry

Rating: General

Last Updated: 07/26/04

Original Post: 07/18/04

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