Of Him They Do Not Sing by LadyBrooke

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Celebrían asks her father to explain why the Silvan were singing of Denethor being the forgotten king. He does so, and then sings the whole ode for her.

Story Notes:

Written for the April 2017 Challenge, Ode to Arda, element: word pair king/spring.

I tried writing this, specifically a pindaric ode because I am bad at meter (really, at any type of structured poetry). Also, there's a surrounding story that explains where this ode comes from, because it felt lacking on its own. Title borrows inspiration from Tolkien's poem about Gil-galad ("Of him the harpers sadly sing")


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1. Chapter 1 by LadyBrooke [Reviews - 0] (603 words)

Story Information

Categories: Challenge Stories, The Lord of the Rings, The Silmarillion
Characters: Elf: Celeborn, Elf: Celebrian
Genres: Family, Poetry
Places: Lothlórien
Times: 2-Second Age
Warnings: None
Challenges: None
Series: None
Chapters: 1    |    Word count: 603    |    Read Count: 264
Completed: No    |    Updated: 04/17/17    |    Published: 04/17/17