The Breaking of Hearts

- On'ono


Aragorn sang of the North wind and Legolas sang of the South,
Gimli was left the East wind but thought better since it was wroth.

Rauros Falls, a deafing din, roared as Boromir it mournfully bore,
Frodo and Sam may have caught but a glimpse of their friends from the eastern shore.

Gathering now what little they had and setting out for the Halflings in chase,
the three hunters paused at the top of Amon Hen and bid the Ring bearers on with grace.