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 FRODO'S  GOOD-BYE (  The  Free  Style )

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~Frodo's Good-bye~
(Free Style)

It breaks my heart, but in The Shire I can not longer stay,
The life that I used to know, is not longer the same, I claim,
I'm not the same! but inside me a new light of sudden seems to glow,
And to the Undying Lands at last, I've chosen to go, just the same

Here in The Shire, my old wounds never seem to mend, to heal,
Nothing can be the same! I'm falling apart and pain is all I feel,
In The Shire I can't longer stay, and knowing this is breaking my heart,
Yearning! wishing! that here in Middle-Earth I could make a new start

I am feeling alone, I'm feeling lost, I'm feeling confused without you,
I've finished my task so very well, and now Valinor calls me to sea,
Leaving all these behind me, is a heartbreaking decision to make,
I'll miss the hills, the Shire, and all my friends and things I know,
Especially my devoted and best friend Sam, O I'm no longer whole

And I can not ignore these voices just calling me more,
It's time now to say my good-byes, and blindly, I swallow my tears,
The White Swan Boat is waiting for me, and onward we go to the West, beyond the seas,
With Bilbo and Gandalf the Grey, Queen Galadriel and Lord Elron too, and all the Elves.

Dorian Petersen Potter
aka ladydp2000




-'Kindness is a language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see.'
- Mark Twain -

Authors notes..

from Frodo's point of view...Frodo coming to the very hard decision of leaving Middle Earth forever)
-From my poetry collection and inspired by the LOTR trilogy and the Hobbit books and movies-

"Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man's character, give him power."

- Abraham Lincoln -

"Lord, make me an instrument of thy peace. Where there is hatred, let me sow love."

-Francis of Assisi-


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