There And Back Again

United States

~16 she/her~
Christian
Pianist, poet, singer, linguist, archeress, and history nerd
Physically in the Pacific Northwest, but my heads really in a magical land somewhere.
~Extreme Tolkienite~

Message from Writer

"The world is indeed full of peril and in it there are many dark places. But still there is much that is fair. And though in all lands, love is now mingled with grief, it still grows, perhaps, the greater." --J.R.R Tolkien

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why the villain never wins

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    “It’s only in fairytales that good overcomes evil. It isn’t real. Anyone who has seen the state of the world would know that. But why do they all lie to us?”
    “Why does the villain never win in stories, you ask? It is simple, really. People cannot help but know that they need good in their lives. It is instilled in them, and it is what they crave. Hate has won no war, and vengeance has brought no lasting victory....

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Oh Moon, Do You Remember?

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Oh Moon, do you remember 
how the universe began?
How the stars appeared from nothingness
and were shaped by one command?

Oh Moon, do you remember 
How the world below was formed?
How life was sprung from dust and sand
And all mankind was born?

But earth rejects our own Creator,
and many souls forgot;
So Moon, do you remember 
what this world below does not?

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The Piano

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The monsoon patters on the ground
Before the home that I was raised.
But now what’s lost cannot be found
For death cannot be fazed.

The house is still of cobblestone, 
And ivy clings against its side.
What once was full is now alone; 
I deeply breathe then step inside. 

I blink away the phantom faces
That only bring back pain.
Floorboards that creak in different places
Are the only sound against the rain.

But in the corner of this...

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