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1. From the Desk of Denethor 
Author: Ehtele
Last Updated: 03/01/03  Original Post: 02/26/03
Status: General  Rating: General  Chapters: 2  Word Count: 154
Era: 3rd Age - The Stewards   Genre: Poetry  Completion: Complete
Various poems from the desk of Gondor's infamous Steward. In answer to the Denethor's Poetry Challenge.
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2. Haudh-en-Elleth 
Author: Ehtele
Last Updated: 03/01/03  Original Post: 02/25/03
Status: General  Rating: General  Chapters: 1  Word Count: 97
Era: 1st Age   Genre: Romance  Completion: Complete
A poem from a tormented Finduilas to Turin, the mortal man who stole her heart despite her wishes and never returned that love. For the Bitter Valentines Challenge.
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Unto the ending of the world

Nath - 10 Nov 14 - 8:18 PM

Ch. 41: News

Hi Helga,

Glad you liked the chapter Smile

Definitely not a good day for Eowyn, though...

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Unto the ending of the world

helga - 03 Nov 14 - 3:03 PM

Ch. 41: News

Yikes!  Very well writtn, with a lot of excitement and emotion packed into a concise chapter.  And I just knew it!  Not a good day for Eowyn.  

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A Bit of Rope

TariElfLady - 15 Oct 14 - 10:59 AM

Ch. 52: Secrets In The Dark

This is the first time I have ever read of an Orc being almost human.  I love the way you show his memories returning.  Perhaps there is hope for him yet.  (I'm still upset about Eomer dying.  Who will rule Rohan now?)

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Water and Stone

gibbsg - 29 Sep 14 - 12:22 PM

Ch. 1: Estel

Is the fact that there are no paragraphs an error in formatting or something? It is very distracting and makes it hard to read the story and keep tract of your place. 

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Himring - 23 Sep 14 - 2:56 PM

General Comment

I like this! Even if the conversation with Merry isn't strictly canonical, I can believe that something like this might have been going on in the woman who later marries Faramir.

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