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1. Barrow Song 
Author: cirdaneth
Last Updated: 01/30/08  Original Post: 01/28/08
Status: General  Rating: General  Chapters: 1  Word Count: 66
Era: 3rd Age - Ring War   Genre: Poetry  Completion: Complete
This poem uses a meter and rhyme scheme I've seen used by Tennyson. I don't know whether it has a name. Here an unhappy spirit longs for release.
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2. Return of light This is a HASA reviewed story.
Author: cirdaneth
Last Updated: 06/04/07  Original Post: 05/09/07
Status: Reviewed  Rating: General  Chapters: 1  Word Count: 319
Era: 4th Age   Genre: Poetry  Completion: Complete
Recently I wanted the challenge of writing something in the internal rhyme pattern of Tolkien's “Errantry”. I had no idea what to write about, but used Tolkien’s own method of letting something “come through” and this is what happened …
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Lords of Gondor

Agape4Gondor - 22 Apr 14 - 11:17 PM

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I noticed I've missed a couple chapters. Glad I got caught up again. i do so love this AU story. You've got the voices down. I can just 'hear' Merry and 'see' Gandalf. 

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Son Of Rhudaur

Borys - 26 Mar 14 - 8:07 AM

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Fantastic story. It inspired me to write my own gap fillers.

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The Only Choice

Hanasían - 15 Mar 14 - 10:42 PM

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I enjoyed this reading! You have quite a coo alt vision of the tale! Thanks for sharing this!

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Days of Agony

Hanasían - 15 Mar 14 - 10:39 PM

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This is a good re-telling of the tale. Thanks for sharing!

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Son Of Rhudaur

Hanasían - 15 Mar 14 - 10:32 PM

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This is quite the epic accounting of a fascinating part of Third Age History. I've only read a few chapters, but will read the rest as time permits. Thanks for sharing it. 

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