Beren seeing their approach was dismayed; and he wondered, for he had heard the voice of Tinúviel, and he thought it now a phantom for his ensnaring. But they halted and cast aside their disguise, and Lúthien ran towards him. Thus Beren and Lúthien met again between the desert and the wood. For a while he was silent and was glad; but after a space he strove once more to dissuade Lúthien from her journey. ‘Thrice now I curse my oath to Thingol,’ he said, ‘and I would that he had slain me in Menegroth, rather than I should bring you under the shadow of Morgoth.’
“Of Beren and Lúthien” - The Silmarillion - J.R.R. Tolkien
Oh Reno. What will we ever do with you?
poets walk in the early am, central park.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
this picture is remarkable…and I’m rather trying to figure out how it ended up on funniest10k. O_o It’s a thought inspiring piece, surreal and relative…it’s remarkable, not funny. o_O
I am half drunk, but I had a bloody good evening. And not because I’m half drunk. ^__________________^
commentary with first time THOR watcher, amayzingbailey
*smirk* Modern day Anders. I couldn’t resist. >:D That’s what it reminded me of.
(Credit to Dreamwidth user pretty_pixels if you use or take it.)
I put both her tag from the original sketch and mine in the bottom left for credit.
I hope WendyDoodles doesn’t mind that I did this. :)
*smiles* Cute, for personal reasons.
And of this work Oromë’s came that mighty wonder of the heavens that all men look upon and marvel at, and some fear much, pondering what it may portend. Yet doth that bridge wear a different aspect at different times and in various regions of the Earth, and seldom is it visible to Men and Elves. Now because it glistens most marvellously in the slanting rays of the Sun, and when the rains of heaven moisten it it shines most magically therein and the gold light breaks upon its dripping cords to many hues of purple, green, and red, so do men most often name it the Rainbow, but many other names have they fashioned also, and the fairies call it Ilweran the Bridge of Heaven.
“The Hiding of Valinor” - The Book of Lost Tales (part. 1) - HoME - J.R.R. Tolkien