Eärengil's drabbles: 16. Observations and admonitions

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16. Observations and admonitions

Insta-Drabble (tm). Simplicity - extensive - heathen - corrupt

The simplicity was deceptive. For all its constant harmony within nature, the societal structure and rules were very extensive. "Heathen", he had heard others call it. He would counter with "misinformed", though secretly, Haldir wondered how people from a society as the one he was currently in would be so bold as to pass verdict on another one. The Lady had warned him. "There are others not like us, March Warden. Blind to everything that does not suit their purpose." Haldir remembered thinking such a society must be corrupt and drenched in evil. Only now did he remember the admonition.

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Author: Eärengil

Status: General

Completion: Work in Progress

Era: Multi-Age

Genre: Other

Rating: General

Last Updated: 03/27/05

Original Post: 03/27/05

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