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Of the Feast of Reuniting at the pools of Ivrin it is said that the joy of that feast was long remembered in later days of sorrow.
Characters: Fingolfin, Noldor, Sindar
Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Word count: 169 Read: 35
Published: May 01, 2017 Updated: May 01, 2017
This is a poem in praise of a canonical event of the First Age. It was written for the LOTR Community challenge on LiveJournal, which asked for an "Ode to Arda". My personal prompt was "mist/kissed" (it was not a requirement to use this for a rhyming couplet).
I've dropped the regular metre that might be expected of an ode entirely, but I have tried to retain the three-part structure that classical odes sometimes have.
Also, as Tolkien says of Nienna, my song of praise turned to lamentation before its end...
Also, with thanks to bunn for a comment about Fingolfin that inspired the choice of subject.