Melody of Autumn: 1. Autumnal Bliss

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1. Autumnal Bliss

Quenya Translation:

Mí cálë Anaro laurëa
I lassi, culuinë ar melinë, lantar undu i aldar
I súrë linda, i lassi lindar
I lantainë lassi tupir i laitainë tier taurëo.
A! I lindalë!
I taurë lindëa alcarinqua lindë!
Ilya ná vanya, i lindalë laitaina!
Lasselanta utúlië!


English Translation:

In the light of the golden sun
The leaves, orange and yellow, fall beneath the trees
The wind sings, the leaves sing
The fallen leaves cover the blessed paths of the forest.
O! The music!
The great wood is singing a glorious song!
All is beautiful, the music is blessed!
Autumn has come!

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Story Information

Author: Laurinquar

Status: General

Completion: Complete

Era: 3rd Age - Ring War

Genre: Poetry

Rating: General

Last Updated: 08/19/06

Original Post: 08/19/06

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Melody of Autumn

Soubrettina - 22 Feb 07 - 10:42 AM

Ch. 1: Autumnal Bliss

Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahh!!!!!!!! Preeeeeeeeeeeeety!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I am an autumn-lover, and this is a lovely take on it- seeing it as the year arriving at a blissful rest, instead of a melencholy state. 

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