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In Orodruinís Shadow - By Constance G.J. Wagner


From The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King -- Book Six, Chapter II, page 901:
… but Frodo sighed. His sleep had been uneasy, full of dreams of fire.

Dreams of fire
        sear me
        mark me
        meld me to what awaits.

Waking changes nothing.
I am come to the crucible,
        to the End of All Things …
… And I am consumed.


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