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Tolkien, J.R.R.: Gil-galad bukása (Song of The Fall of Gil-galad in Hungarian)

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Song of The Fall of Gil-galad (English)

Gil-galad was an Elven-king.

Of him the harpers sadly sing:

the last whose realm was fair and free

between the Mountains and the Sea.


His sword was long, his lance was keen,

his shining helm afar was seen;

the countless stars of heaven's field

were mirrored in his silver shield.


But long ago he rode away,

and where he dwelleth none can say;

for into darkness fell his star

in Mordor where the shadows are.

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Gil-galad bukása (Hungarian)

Tünde-király volt Gil-galad,

országa széles és szabad

a Tenger és a Hegy között:

de Gil-galad elköltözött.


A, lant még zengi hős nevét,

sisakját, kardját, seregét,

ezüstpajzsát, mely csillogott,

akár a fényes csillagok.


De ennek sok-sok éve már,

elvágtatott a hős király.

A fény kihunyt, nem ünnepel:

Mordor sötétje nyelte el.

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