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The Chronicles of The Kelvar

ziggy - 16 Aug 12 - 12:41 AM

Ch. 6: Many Words, Few To The Point

This is a triumph! Socks is just gorgeous and has just he right Shire-daccent! Love this turn of phrase but especially the perception of the Nazgul and Gandalf and their differences.

"Where you be a'from, stranger?" I asked, real polite and all. And that horse, he did nothing, nothing at all. I mighta been talkin' to a black statue carved of a block of black stone. "Yer Master's mighty strange," I continued, nickering in a low voice, in case his Master might overhear… though, o'course, his Master wouldn'a understood the speech of us beasts. But I was just being careful, you see.

This time, that big black horse seemed to notice that I'd spoken to 'im. And, I'll admit, I wished that he hadn't. For he turned toward me and set those dark eyes on me. I felt caught by them, as if whatever spell he lay under was trying to catch me too! Them eyes, that a minute ago had been dull as dust were suddenly blazing. I swear I saw a flicker of fire—real fire, I tell ye—curling out from his nostrils, as if he were half horse and half dragon.

And then the look of longing and pain...so even the horses, like slaves to the Dark Lord. are a littlelike the elves corrupted into orcs.

Absolutely breathtakingly good!

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