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Finally night! No stars to see.The moon is hid…

Finally night! No stars to see.
The moon is hiding
Because it is terrified of me.
No light in the ocean,
No false ray of hope.
Only the silence, and in me,
The silhouette of my pain.©

 Graf Von Krolock,  Sarah

ALEF Club

Good eveningHave no fear of me ©Graf Von Krolo…

Good evening
Have no fear of me ©

Graf Von Krolock,  Sarah

ALEF Club

Tired of lonelinessI longed for your visitThe …

Tired of loneliness
I longed for your visit
The future is history
And the present is a curse

Endless is the sea of time
But you can only live on the shore
From the disease of sadness
There can be no escape
 ©

Graf Von Krolock, Sarah

ALEF Club

Come with me and bless the nightLet the darkne…

Come with me and bless the night
Let the darkness be your salvation
Curse the day escape the light
Break the chains of imagination ©

Graf Von Krolock, Sarah

ALEF Club 

Something wicked this way comes ©

Something wicked this way comes ©

Graf Von Krolock

ALEF Club 

When temptation comes to callThe soul can lose…

When temptation comes to call
The soul can lose its way
And the angels start to fall
Only prayer can save the day

Graf Von Krolock, Sarah

ALEF Club 

Guten Abend. Hab vor mir keine Angst.Ich bin d…

Guten Abend.
Hab vor mir keine Angst.
Ich bin der Engel,
Nach dem du verlangst. © 

Graf Von Krolock

ALEF Club 

Curufin, Celebrimbor© ALEF Club, Journey to Th…

Curufin, Celebrimbor
© ALEF Club, Journey to The Middle-Earth Project

His father-name, Curufinwë, means “Skill…

His father-name, Curufinwë, means “Skilled (son of) Finwë”. The name Curufinwë is also Fëanor’s original name. This was because Curufin was most like his father both in appearance, temperament and skill. His mother-name is Atarinkë (“Little Father”) for he resembled his father in both mind and talent.
— J.R.R.Tolkien, Silmarillion

Curufin

© ALEF Club, Journey to The Middle-Earth Project

Curufin, Celebrimbor© ALEF Club, Journey to Th…

Curufin, Celebrimbor
© ALEF Club, Journey to The Middle-Earth Project