A/N: This poem is about the little boy that Faramir and Éowyn save in
'Faramir's story'. Probably will be the last poem unless I get really
Narn- Epic? Really? Kool! I'm sad to see Faramir's story end too. Hopefully
this poem lives up to your expectations.
Lindelotheleniel (AKA- the same)- Here's this poem. Don't think I'll do a
Legolas or Aragorn poem, there're too popular. I like writing about people
no one knows about.
RiverRatRogue- Can't say I didn't warn you. Glad you liked the poem well
enough to want to read the story.
Anodien- Yes please do update your own story. And it is so kool to have
another Christian on. It's nice to know I have company.
I am free.
Once I was a captive of evil,
Bound by my father's hatred
Scared to do anything,
Scared to say anything.
Once I knew only violence.
Fear was my existence.
Fear for my life,
Fear of *him*
Once, until another came.
He stopped father,
Took me away.
Once I was told I was worthless,
That I deserved the pain.
Yet he had her bring a healer,
I saw he truly cared.
Once I thought no one loved me
But then they saved my life
They told me my father lied
That I *didn't* deserve the pain
Once I was captive to evil
But then they gave me a new family,
Father, Mother, and my sisters love me
I am free.
Just for the record, his new parents are not Faramir and Éowyn, although
that was the original idea. It didn't fit in with the sequels to Faramir's
story I am writing, but if you want, you can believe that Faramir and Éowyn
did take him in. Hope you liked it!