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Comments For More about Maglor
Oh, just... wait, just wow. Alright, let me become more coherent, because this piece just sings to me. I just love how you played with the homophones and gave this drabble so much depth and insight in his state of mind.
It does leave me to wonder what ring he is claiming though, I am utterly intrigued. Which makes me as a reader go back, read it again to see if I can figure it out.
Well done, powerful!
Thank you very much, Rhapsody! I'm so glad the piece sings to you!
But as far as the ring is concerned--I'm afraid that, in posting, I didn't realize that with the different tagging here at SWG that para would be more difficult to follow than it was originally. The ring is the One Ring and what I'm doing here is comparing Maglor's throwing the Silmaril into the sea with Frodo (and Isildur)'s refusal to throw the Ring into the Fire on Orodruin. I've added an end note now to explain.
(Although an AU in which Maglor ended up as the Ring-bearer would certainly be interesting as well--you've written something a bit like that in "Once upon Amon Hen", haven't you?)
Both stories are great and very you. <3
This is just as lovely as every other piece you write. Don't know how you do it, but you do.
I'm very glad you enjoyed this one as well! Thank you!
It was a very spontaneous piece. People just happened to be discussing how Maglor would react to an out-of-tune guitar...