morgoths ring

Dear Tolkien

Once upon a time when I was in an abyss of loneliness,
I saw nothing in the world but hatred and darkness.
Even when I stay in a house, I couldn’t call it my home.
I consider the world as a vast desert for me to roam. 

When I see a book of a golden ring,
I took it in.
I get to meet little Frodo,
his mischievous cousins, his loyal friend and his uncle Bilbo.
He ventured to a quest
following the road that goes ever on and on
and they never seemed to stop and rest
like me.

Dear Tolkien, 
thank you for saving me from the everlasting sadness.
When you came to my world, all its evil vanished.
Always on an adventure
for good measure.
Thank you so much for your gift.

I get to meet the Elvenking in his great halls,
Prince Legolas fires his arrows.
Aragorn the Ranger is dodging all harm far and narrow.
Great Gimli is grumbling about Elves.

I met the Man in the Moon,
and the Lady in the Sun, too!
The Singers of the Beginning are vocalising
while they stand against the Might Arising.

Dear Tolkien,
thank you for saving me from the everlasting sadness.
When you came to my world, all its evil vanished.
Always on an adventure
for good measure.
Thank you so much for your gift.

I never thought I’d find my exodus.
Never thought I’d meet benevolence within malevolence.
Never thought I’d find my confidence.
Never thought I’d be on stages once again.

I got to mourn, I got to smile
even if it was for a little while.
And if I leave Middle-earth for reality
Galadriel, Elrond, Bard, Thorin, Bofur,
Gloin, Oin, Balin, Dwalin, Bifur,
Kili, Fili, Dori, Nori, Ori,
among many, many others.
are just waiting for me.

When I come back, they all greet me with sweetest smiles and laughter,
it was unlike any other. 
They see me return from my exhausting journey,
they did not inquire harsh questions only asked
“How have you been?”
Far over the misty mountains cold,
much better than hoards of gems and gold
was the greatest world I could never leave.

Dear Tolkien,
thank you for saving me from the everlasting sadness.
When you came to my world, all its evil vanished.
Always on an adventure
for good measure.
Thank you so much for your gift.

You show me love of friends,
love of family.
Bad things to all villains.
Strength of seven brothers.

This is never the end.

Pink oliphant in the room

Have you noticed that all the owners of the ring

Even THIS

Have had an intimate relationship with another male, causing pairings between  blond-redhead and  darkhaired guys?

Even this one, dammit! (and I bet my family wasn’t the only one that grimaced when Smeagol called Deagol “My love”)

And for some reason the darkhaired one ends up a little bit of a corpse and the other upon him mourning

(good news: this one made it)

Ok…not always mourning but you see my point here

So…I think we found the secret power of the One Ring

Well played Sauron. Well played…

Originally posted by heckyeahreactiongifs

My problem with Morgoth

Morgoth rebelled partly because he wanted subjects and servants and to be called lord.

The following good characters are called “lord” in the Hobbit and Lord of the Rings: Lord of the Eagles, Elrond, Glorfindel, Grimbeorn the Old, Denethor, Durin, Balin, the Rohirrim, Celeborn, Galadriel, Aragorn, Theoden.

Conclusion: Morgoth could have pulled it off easier. 

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I’m like, really interested in how this seduction went down

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