10. Two Towers
Then to the Isle of Werewolves came
Lúthien, clad in shadow-hame.
With Huan guarding 'gainst foe throng,
she sent her power forth in Song
And shook the earth and tower fey
And made the bones dance where they lay
'Til all the walls were tumbled down
And Sauron groveled on the ground
Yet stone builds not the strongest tower
And steel hath not greater power
Than Feänor's sons, crafty-wise:
Catastrophe in fair disguise.
For Angrist won from Curufin
will serve but once, betray by end:
It raises pride, and calls to Doom
that lovers consigns to their tomb.
1. Day 19: Card: The Tower
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