February 11th, 2012

Tolkien, artist

Eye of the Beholder - A Letter to Nana

Author:  Erulisse

Title:  A Letter to Nana

Rating:  G

Theme:  Eye of the Beholder

Elements:  Artwork by Bethann

Beta:  None – Any and all errors are solely my own

Word Count:  2080

Summary:  On the eve of Elrond’s departure for the Havens, his sons settle down to write a letter to their mother, separated from them for hundreds of years and an unknown amount of miles.  A response to the artwork of Bethann cited below. 

Author’s Notes:  Disclaimer:  Tolkien built the sand box; I only play with the bucket and shovel that he left for me.  No money, profit or non, is made from the publication of this story.

A Letter to Nana

Based on the artwork by Bethann

img src="http://pics.livejournal.com/bethann66/pic/00003rr2/s320x240"

Elrohir turned around as his brother entered the room.  He had been standing at the windowed double-door that led out to the balcony.  The view from the ledge was of his mother's rose garden.  Although she had been gone for many years, the garden was in immaculate condition, the flowers blooming with riotous colors in the late summer days.  Keeping the garden in prime condition was a joint loving effort from both Erestor and Glorfindel. 

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Of Ithil and Anor by Kimberleighe

Author: Kimberleighe
Title: Of Ithil and Anor
Rating: G
Theme: Eye of the Beholder
Elements: Art: Tilion's Chase by Rhapsody the Bard
Author's Notes: This is a future piece of the story I am writing, The Swan's Song. The other parts can be found at SWG here.
Summary: The Sindarin tale of how the Moon and Sun rose.
Word Count: 1705

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