This is actually a song. I wrote it to put into a story I'm writing with a friend of mine. It's called 'Black Calishaimar'. The main character Olillian (to whom I have a couple of pictures dedicated in Lothlorien) sings it. She has a very lovely singing voice.
Dreams are the roamings of our subconscious. It is the cradle of creativity and allows our fantasies to unfol, grow and prosper. This poem is in tribute to a period I went through when I had NO dreams. I was seriously disturbed and couldn't write or draw anything for a long time. When I came out of that, however, I came back better than ever. It's that lovely feeling you get when you are suddenly inspired after a long time of writer's (or artist's) block.
A poem that's really deep, one of the best I've written. It's meant to be a human who has fallen in love with an elf but the elf died (either in a battle or from a broken heart that they could not be together). The human knows that they shall never be reunited for the fate of mortal men is unknown whilst the sould of the elves dwell in the halls of Mandos. The human mourns for the loss of the elf and yet tries to let go, for she knows that her life is short and she must live on... and yet she waits still.