גלריית השירים בהשראת טולקין ויצירתו

 

 

"Hobbit Feet", פרי עטו של יונתן אבידן

 

 

 

 
Hobbit feet, a bloody flow
in ruddy vains, a gentle blow
give them to bear; then Longshanks cries
in autumn woods; in there he dies
alone and cold, without a friend
until the king holds up his hand;
"O Boromir; what hast thou done?
For now indeed the fight's begun;
And Mithrandir, he left us first
for Saruman can't quench his thirt
for ruddy blood, in gentle vains;
And none indeed - no hope remains
for mortal kind; on blessed lands -
There is where the Power stands;
and to his hall thy kingdom come
and thou shalt see what you've become,
And Boromir, what has he done
to Mordor Frodo's now begone
with hobbit feet; his friends behind,
to learn the truth of mortal kind."