גלריית השירים בהשראת טולקין ויצירתו
"The Song of Aragorn and Gondor",
שיר פרי עטה של Veir
תגובות אפשר לשלוח במישרין גם לתיבת הדואר האלקטרוני של הכותבת
When every drop of blood had dried
And wounds were cleaned and freshly dressed
We turned to see the city white
Still standing proud upon her crest.
Oh, brothers! Hard we fought this day
'Gainst dreaded foe and dreaded fear
To blessed rest our dead we lay
Long may they be remembered here.
Oh, Gondor, Queen of Western lands
Both stone and fire thy beauty marred
But yet thy fathers' tower stands,
Thy crown remains, though battle-scarred.
Behold, oh Queen, thy king 'fore-told!
Far from the north to Anduin's shore
He led the deathly host of old
The broken blade he wields once more.
Fell deed is done, the quest fulfilled
Isildur's bane ever unmade.
The warrior, now in kingship skilled
Laid down his blade and farewell bade
To wars, and death, and bloody swords.
Now peace doth come in blossoms white,
Now peace doth come in children's words
And safe the world, and wrong made right.