Thread: Imagination: A play
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(1) It is told in the Silm that the tale of deeds of Beren as a solitary outlaw became a matter of song in Doriath before he ever came there. Imagine the feelings of Luthien when she heard that song: what did she thought about Beren at that time, how did she respond to it?
(2) Elladan and Elrohir were uncles of young Eldarion, the son of Aragorn and Arwen. Imagine a scene when they all meet.
(3) Aragorn and Denethor fighting side by side as young knights in the service of Gondor...
And so on, so on...
Valedhelgwath recently added something good to 'Merry Making at Rivendel (story board)'.
I think I must finish now some of my very short glimpses into ME and post them as well ... One is about a meeting between Arwen and Eowyn just after the death of Faramir, another is about the childhood of Dior, the son of Beren and Luthien. Yet another is about young Eldarion and his uncles Elladan and Elrohir...
I just posted a comment about your poem under the character thread for Faramir, so I won't repeat it here (grondy will perhaps move it here and delete this one if I smile nicely)
Very moving piece of work though.
Grondy having been moved by Val's moving appeal, moved the following post to this thread and deleted it from under Characters.
I was going to send a post about your poem last night, Eryan, but wasn't sure which thread to put it in.
It's a very moving piece, and the more I read it, the better it becomes. The fact that it was written as a requim after his death actually leaves me with a feeling of grief as though he was a real person, and I was left feeling sorrow for the widowed Eowyn. That was a nice touch.
Sorry to disappoint you, Eryan, but my next piece is about Balin and not Faramir. Sorry if I caused any confusion in an earlier post. Faramir's character does fit the way I like to write, though, so given time I might be able to extend the last story or send him on another quest.
[Edited on 28/6/2002 by Grondmaster]
I am very glad that you found my poem moving, it is a dangerous thing to write in a language which is not your own - you may so easily turn to be ridiculous instead of moving!
I do not know why I thought that your next story will be about Faramir AND Balin, but anyway I am waiting impatiently for it!