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Dreams of Lórien - Elei Lórien

Dreams of Lórien - Elei Lórien

PostAuthor: Eryniel » Sun Jan 02, 2011 9:12 am

This poem came to me quite spontaneously. I guess I must be "on a roll" ;-)

One word I had to reconstruct - or rather derive - and that is *lost for sleep, because there was no way around the noun...

Here goes:

*Lost nin suila voe,.........................Soft greets me sleep,
Awarthon i gae..............................I leave the earth.
Ir Ithil eria...................................When the moon rises
Rond nîn siria................................My body flows
Nadh revail elei..............................On wings of dreams
Cened i thelei,...............................To see the sisters,
Faer en noss nîn.............................My kindred spirits
Min ardhon 'wîn..............................in the young world.


Na hand Lórien...............................To Lóriens garden
Linnar na had hen,...........................Where they sing,
Edhil nothrim nîn,............................The elves, my family,
Lilthol rhae ar-lîn.............................Dancing near the pool.
Na had hen pedin.............................That is where I go
A nan rîn hebin...............................And to a memory I kept.
Im hi ú-firen...................................I am no longer human
Ah im am-meren..............................And I am very happy.


Ir Ithil tiria....................................When the moon watches
Ir elin thilia,...................................When the stars glisten,
Mi olthon thurin...............................In secret dream
Edhil alfirin....................................Immortal Elves
Hî gevedithon.................................Here will I meet.
Ah atherithon.................................And I will wait again
An i aduial.....................................For the evening
Ir tôl minuial..................................When dawn comes.

Hope you like it.
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