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Lord of the Rings ( Part 6 )

A time of breaking apart and meetings, a time for farewells and greetings; Boromir dead and the fellowship scattered, Frodo and Sam gone to Mordor with the only thing that mattered; On the trail to rescue Pippin and Merry whom … Continue reading

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Lord of the Rings ( Part 5 )

On thence they went to Lothlorien home of the Elves, to learn the fate of Middle earth and themselves; Taking counsel with Celeborn they spoke of many a thing, though all their thoughts were with the Ring; Galadriel invited Frodo … Continue reading

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Lord of the Rings ( Part 4 )

The Fellowship strove on towards the Red Horn Gate from thence¬†eastwards and to their fate , packs of Wargs and the blinding snow forced the Company another way to go , Into the Mines of Moria down deep thro’ the … Continue reading

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Lord of the Rings ( Part 3 )

The company then pressed on to Elrond’s home , a journey fraught with danger thro’ forests they did roam ; Glorfindel came with news that Ringwraiths were on their trail , that Frodo must hasten to Bruinen without fail ; … Continue reading

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LOUIS KASATKIN : DESTINY POETS – SUPPORT OUR INITIATIVE.

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And Here’s Something I Made A Little Earlier

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Lord of the Rings ( Part 2 )

Then on to Bree there to encounter a stranger , who knew of their quest and warned them of the danger . Ensconsed at the ” Prancing Pony ” with a once and future King , the company made plans … Continue reading

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