Seven years of bounty, seven years of famine
Do prophecies always come to fruition?
Orcs in Modor and Angels in Fairydom
Talking Trees that didn’t say much of anything interesting
Old J.R.R might have been shook by an apocalyptic vision that created the world’s longest and hardest to read book
A bible of middle earth where gun powder exists before it was invented.
A dimension on the other side of our reality, the war rages on while I make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
Sometimes, I can hear an Orc gruntin’ at a human through a muffled pillowy haze.
I wonder if Tolkein had a neurological disorder or was just old enough for the truth to be revealed. Just a thought…
On the other side of psyche, a deity, I cling to that idea because it brings relief and makes me happy.
Mythology and biblical ideas aside, why should I care anyway? Can’t change prophecy by talk and what can be done until you know more about livin’ in reality
Subsequently, a word I happen to like by the way, my head remains snuggled sufficiently up my arse right where it belongs,
exactly where I want it.
This poem was inspired by a show I watched on Revelations. In it they suggested that J.R.R. Tolkein, might have been inspired by Revelations when he wrote “The Lord of the Rings”. By the way, I only finished one of the books and I almost decapitated myself at the thought of reading the second one because I just couldn’t stand it really. Too many damn words. I could have wrote that story in not only one book but in one sentence – They threw the f-ing ring in the fire!!!!!! The End!
But, at same time I think it is a compelling story just not in the written form. I thought the movies were good, but damn, just throw the ring in the damn fire already!!!! On a side note, I remember when I saw the “Two Towers” with some friends and afterward we were giving our reviews of the movie. And my friend, who is very intelligent but also burnt out from years of smokin’ da gange, said, “They didn’t have gun powder back then!” I couldn’t stop laughing when he said it because he was so serious. Okay, so let’s just assume that the story could have possibly happened. Historically, the Orcs could not have been able to fire cannons because gun powder wouldn’t have been invented yet. Freaking hysterical!
I didn’t edit this piece at all. It really is a stream of consciousness therefore it is seriously whacked so don’t call the nut catcher on me.