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Lament for Gandalf (Elvish Handwriting I) by AsliBayrak Lament for Gandalf (Elvish Handwriting I) by AsliBayrak

Ink & Paper. I transcribed "Lament for Gandalf" to Elvish script.

The "G" runes are in 
Cirth script. Golden rune is upside down as if it is "falling" and the ascending one is "white".. First six lines are in 'Quenya', other six are in 'Sindarin', several vowels are in Black Speech *cough*. "Grey" side lines transform into white in light.. And yes, I love churchwarden pipes and mithril scarves.. (ps: pardon the mute sounds)

Based on the movie, "Lament for Gandalf" is a poem from Elvish Literature and chanted by the Elven chorus in Lothlórien. Gandalf is a Maia (from the Elvish root maya- "excellent, admirable"), he was one of the lesser Ainur (lets say demigod or angel) who entered Eä in the beginning of time and Elves sing this poem to mourn the passing of this thousands of years old angel called Olorin/Mithrandir (Gandalf) from their physical plane. I transcribed the whole text into original Elven script, tengwar, in this deviation. Please check this youtube link to remember the lament: youtu.be/YMjKPVBNQ0E


For another poem:

 Lothlorien (Elvish Handwriting II) by AsliBayrak

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