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1. Breath

He was lying on the muddy ground and around him night had finally fallen and the sounds of battle died.
How much time had passed since he had fallen he did not know.
He took breath after laboured breath, waiting.
He was going to die, he knew in his heart that he would not see the wilds of his home again.

Suddenly a shape leaned over him, calling his name softly.
He smiled as he recognised the voice of his Captain. A last sigh escaped his lips.
"Rest thou well, my friend, my good Halbarad." The Captain choked back tears.


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Author: Vilwarin

Status: General

Completion: Ongoing Serial

Era: Multi-Age

Genre: General

Rating: General

Last Updated: 10/04/06

Original Post: 07/14/06

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RS - 14 Jul 06 - 10:10 PM

Ch. 1: Breath

I am filled with sadness all of a sudden. "He knew in his heart that he would not see the wilds of his home again".

I'm so glad the last person he  saw was Aragorn. This just brings tears to my eyes.


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