Sunday, December 7, 2008

Vincent van Gogh lying cow painting

Vincent van Gogh lying cow paintingVincent van Gogh The shepherdess paintingVincent van Gogh The Red Vineyard paintingVincent van Gogh The potato eaters painting
them. For so it seemed to them: Lórien was slipping backward, like a bright ship masted with enchanted trees, sailing on to forgotten shores, while they sat helpless upon the margin of the grey and leafless world.Even as they gazed, the Silverlode passed out into the currents of the Great River, and their boats turned and began to speed southwards. Soon the white form of the Lady was small and distant. She shone like a window of glass upon a far hill in the westering sun, or as a remote lake seen from a mountain: a crystal fallen in the lap of the land. Then it seemed to Frodo that she lifted her arms in a final farewell, and far but piercing-clear on the and spoke of things little known on Middle-earth.Ai! laurië lantar lassi súrinen,Yéni únótimë ve rámar aldaron!Yéni ve lintë yuldar avániermi oromardi lisse-miruvórevaAndúnë pella, Vardo tellumarnu luini yassen tintilar i eleniómaryo airetári-lírinen. Sí man i yulma nin enquantuva?following wind came the sound of her voice singing. But now she sang in the ancient tongue of the Elves beyond the Sea, but it did not comfort him.Yet as is the way of Elvish words, they remained graven in his memory, and long afterwards he interpreted them, as well as he could: the language was that of Elven-song

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