CirdanLinweilin
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Mission Viejo, California
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CirdanLinweilin

The Wandering Wastrel, Male, 20, from Mission Viejo, California

Abiding with Nienna, at The West of the West... Aug 28, 2017

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    1. CirdanLinweilin
      CirdanLinweilin
      Abiding with Nienna, at The West of the West...
    2. CirdanLinweilin
      CirdanLinweilin
      Off to Valinor!
      1. The Elvish Minstrel likes this.
    3. CirdanLinweilin
      CirdanLinweilin
      May The Tolkien Forum last as long as the Reign of the Valar endure!
    4. CirdanLinweilin
      CirdanLinweilin
      Hunting, bow in hand, quiver at my hip...silence; the rush of Anduin is the only noise...
      1. Azrubêl likes this.
    5. CirdanLinweilin
      CirdanLinweilin
      Standing in Rivendell, everyone has departed to The Undying Lands, I stand in silent whispers and the rush of the falls, winds softly coo.
    6. CirdanLinweilin
      CirdanLinweilin
      Wandering the woods of Middle-earth, seeking adventure and solace...
      1. Azrubêl and Halasían like this.
    7. CirdanLinweilin
      CirdanLinweilin
      TLOTR is, at the heart of it all, a story on mercy and it's saving power.
      1. Halasían
        Halasían
        Mercy for Gollum and the saving power of him destroying himself with the ring?
        Mar 26, 2017
      2. CirdanLinweilin
        CirdanLinweilin
        If Bilbo hadn't shown mercy to Gollum during the events of The Hobbit, there would've been no "Saving" for all of Middle-earth! (I was taught not everyone will be saved, so, sorry Smeagol)
        Mar 26, 2017
    8. CirdanLinweilin
      CirdanLinweilin
      "Do not be Hasty!"
    9. Narya
      Narya
      BTW, since you already have my email, I removed it from your pm because I don't want it inundated with trash mail ...
      1. CirdanLinweilin
        CirdanLinweilin
        Good idea.
        Dec 27, 2016
    10. CirdanLinweilin
      CirdanLinweilin
      All we need to decide is what to do with the time that is given to us.
    11. CirdanLinweilin
      CirdanLinweilin
      I can put it no plainer than by saying that Bilbo was meant to find the Ring, and not by its maker.
    12. CirdanLinweilin
      CirdanLinweilin
      Every time I watch the Trilogy...It's always Sam that gives the tearjerker moments. Anyone ever noticed that?
    13. CirdanLinweilin
      CirdanLinweilin
      Can we all take a moment to truly grasp how awesome a character the hobbits were? Especially Sam?
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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Oct 18, 1996 (Age: 20)
    Location:
    Mission Viejo, California
    Occupation:
    Writer
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    Remember! You have a bow and an arrow, but you don't need both to kill an orc. But both would be quite nice. Go kill an Orc. Just do it. Hail Gondor.

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    "Raise the banner high, march with Adonai, Lift your voices up loud and high, Strength and unity, faith and victory, Let the battle rage on we cry" - 20:17 (Raise the Banner) Audio Adrenaline


    "There still sat Beren, and he sang, and loud his lonely singing rang. Though Orc should hear, or wolf a-prowl, or any of the creatures foul within a shade that slunk and stared of Taur-na-Fuin, nought he cared, who now took leave of light and day, grim-hearted, bitter, fierce and fey.

    'Farewell now here, ye leaves of trees, your music in the morning breeze! Farewell now blade and bloom and grass that see the changing seasons pass; ye waters murmuring over stone, and meres that silent stand alone! Farewell now mountain, vale, and plain! Farewell now wind and frost and rain, and mist and cloud, and heaven's air; ye star and moon so blinding-fair that still shall look down from the sky on the wide earth, though Beren die—though Beren die not, and yet deep, deep, whence comes of those that weep no dreadful echo, lie and choke in everlasting dark and smoke.

    'Farewell sweet earth and northern sky, for ever blest, since here did lie, and here with lissom limbs did run, beneath the moon, beneath the sun, Lúthien Tinúviel more fair than mortal tongue can tell. Though all to ruin fell the world, and were dissolved and backward hurled unmade into the old abyss, yet were its making good, for this—the dawn, the dusk, the earth, the sea—that Lúthien on a time should be!'