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Table of Links for finding jan-u-wine's poems....

Posted on 2007.03.18 at 13:08
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~*~~ detail from right panel of Nanette-Rosie Gagnon’s painting for jan-u-wine’s “Across So Wide a Sea”.



Below is a table of links for LJ entries that feature poems of jan-u-wine.

I realised that it was not easy to find them in my LJ. Her poems are listed in my table-of-links pages, but some are with Art Travesties, while others are with screencaps. I thought it would be good, therefore, to list them in one place, all together.

Just as I do with my other tables of links, I will also keep a link to this page in my side bar. (See note at top about my wandering side bar.)




Poems by jan-u-wine in LJ entries


Note: the images are links.



Poems posted with LOTR screencap entries:


~ "Halimath 1389".

~ "Dremes and Dragons".

~ "Bell" and "Mellon".

~ For March 25th: “They All Imagine”.

~ “The Gifts of the Three Hobbits”.

Photobucket ~ "Rivendell Suite Pt. 1" (for March 25, 2008).

Photobucket ~ "Rivendell Suite Pt. 2".

Photobucket ~ "Rivendell Suite Pt. 3".

Photobucket ~ "Soon".

Photobucket ~ "Rivendell Suite Pt. 4".

~ "Rivendell Suite Pt. 5".

~ "Rivendell Suite Pt. 6".

~ "Rivendell Suite Pt. 7".

~ "Rivendell Suite Pt. 8".

Photobucket ~ “Heir to the Dreamer”.

Photobucket ~ "The Counsel of Elrond".

~ "On Being Part of a Grand Story".

~ "Finely Crafted".

~ “In the Telling”.

~ "In Durin's Halls".

~ "Lórien Suite 1".

~ "Lórien Suite 2".

~ "Lórien Suite 3".

~ 'Lórien Suite 4'.

~ 'Lórien Suite 5'.

~ "A Gardener's Gift".

~ "So bright... So beautiful..."

~ “Grey as a Mouse: Mumak of Harad”.

~ "Mí Isilmë".

~ “Too Often”.

~ "At the Cross-roads of the King".

~ “Moon Tower”.

~ “That Which Waits”.

~ “The Web-ring”.

~ “In Dremes”.

~ "Last Day".

~ “Where You Are Bound”.

~ “Another Sunless Dawn”.

~ “The Last Hours”.

~ "Even As I".

~ "All That I Deem Precious".

~ "The Mastering", "A Comfort That Word Was To Me", and "Only the Golden Dark".

~ “That Which Is My Own”.

~ “Frodo’s Remembrance of Gollum".

~ “Within the Chamber”.

~ “The Claiming".

~ “In the Garden of the Mind".

~ “And I Don’t Mean To".

~ “They Are Here".

~ “March 25”.

~ For March 25, 2009: "Perhaps".

~ For March 25, 2007: "Frodo's Journal".

~ "Frodo's Dreme of Fimbrethil and Undómiel".

~ "There and Back Again”.

~ “Naught to Be Forgiven".

~ “Harthad Uluithiad” and “Bronwe Athan Harthad”.

~ "The Tale of the Tale".

~ "I Have a Little Shadow".

~ "The Fairest Flower”.

~ "No Child of My Body".

~ "Now Far Ahead the Road Has Gone".

~ “A Visit to Hobbiton” and “The Portrait”.

~ "Namárië".

~ "Not So Easily Mended".

~ "Soon".

~ "A Sailor's Quest".

~ “An Extra Ordinary Life”.

~ Thank-you’s from Mechtild and jan-u-wine, plus 'Concerning Hobbits'.

~ "The Houses of Healing" Pt. 1.

~ "The Houses of Healing" Pt. 2.




Poems inspired by THE HOBBIT:


Desolation of Smaug-ICON ~ 'The Desolation of Smaug', poem with screencap.




Poems posted with Frodo Art Manips and other images:


~ "The Plea of the Evenstar", with manip by Bandwench and art by Alan Lee, for the anniversary of March 25, 2012.

~ Untitled poem in honour of the Baggins birthdays, September 22, 2011.

~ "In the City of the King".

~ "At the Last".

~ "The Road Back".

~ "A Fairer Than Most Birth-day".

~ 2009 Birthday post: "Heir to the Dreamer".

~ "Frodo of the Shire".

Photobucket ~ “To My Cousin, Upon His Birthday”.

~ "Unbroken".

~ "The Wager".

~ "That Which Matters Not".

~ "Aiya Earendil".

~ “On the Field of Cormallen”.

~ "Fair Remembrance".

~ “Ode to Dusky Bits”.

~ "Fields of Forever".

~ "All Else Have I Said Farewell To".




Poems posted in other entries:


Beyond by J. R. R. Tolkien - ICON crop.jpg ~ Happy Birthday, Bagginses 2017, with “A Birth Day for Heroes” by jan-u-wine, art by J. R. R. Tolkien.

Frodo Baggins, portrait sketch by Alan Lee-ICONBilbo Baggins, Esquire, by Alan Lee-ICON ~ Happy Birthday, Bagginses 2015, with “A Welcoming” by jan-u-wine, art by Alan Lee, Daniel Reeve and Ralph Blakelock.

The End of All Things: Rescue by Gandalf and the Eagles by John Cockshaw, penultimate version-ICON ~ For March 25, 2015: "The Turning of the Road: The Sammath Naur" and "Cast Up" by jan-u-wine, art by John Cockshaw.

Bilbo in Bag End by Alan Lee-ICON ~ Happy [Late] Birthday, Bagginses 2014, "Birthday" by jan-u-wine, art by Alan Lee.

Barad-dûr and Mt. Doom, variation 2, by John Cockshaw-ICON ~ "Hope" by jan-u-wine, art by John Cockshaw.

Tolkien w pipe-ICON ~ Happy 122nd Birthday Tolkien (2014), with vintage photos and new poem by jan-u-wine, 'Mea Cuppa'.

~ "Old Man Willow" by Tolkien, "Suite: Meriadoc" by jan-u-wine.

Wood at World's End ICON ~ "Wood at World's End": picture by Tolkien, poem by jan-u-wine.

~ "The Misty Mountains": picture by Tolkien, poem by jan-u-wine.

~ "Mirkwood": pictures by Tolkien, poem by jan-u-wine.

~ "Moonlight on a Wood": picture by Tolkien, poem by jan-u-wine.

~ "Foxglove Year" by jan-u-wine for watercolour of the same name by Tolkien.

~ "The Tree of Amalion" by jan-u-wine, for drawing by the same name by Tolkien.

~ "Upon the Tol" with art by Tolkien, for March 25.

~ "As Shall I" and "These Were His", with screencaps and art by Tolkien.

~ "The Young Squire", with painting by Kiprensky.

~ Happy Birthday Bagginses, 2012: "Beneath a Birthday Moon", with art by Antonio Mancini.

~ "The Master Observed" and "Frodo's Lamp", with art by Grimshaw and Carlsen.

~ "On the Greatness and Littleness of Being", for J. R. R. Tolkien's 120th birthday.

~ "Of Humans and Hobbits".

~ "Eagles to Ithilien".

~ "Naked in the Dark".

~ "Report From the Road".

~ "The Harvest".

~ “Across So Wide a Sea”.

~ “The Bridge of Pearls”.

~ Happy 117th Birthday to Tolkien, plus jan-u-wine's "Waurd-smiðr".

~ 2009 Birthday post: "Birth Day".

~ 2010 Birthday post: "She".

~ "A Hobbit's Bedtime Story".

~ "Of Mothers and Memories" with art by Cassatt.

~ "....they are but beggars...."




Poems posted with various works of art:


Autumn's Tale and Tol Eressëaian Harvest, with paintings by Jean-Francois Millet and Soren Emil Carlsen.

The Hill of Home, with illustrative paintings by Thomas Atkinson Grimshaw and Edwin Henry Landseer.

River-Dawn, with illustrative painting by Martin A. Poole.

A Winter's Day, with illustrative paintings by Frits Thaulow and Anders Andersen-Lundby.

The Lady Elanor, with illustrative paintings by John Leslie Breck, Soren Emil Carlsen and Michael F. Wood.

Nor Bid the Stars Farewell, with illustrative paintings by John Constable, Claude Monet and Justin Cherry.

In the End is the Beginning, with art illustrations by Alan Lee, Soren Emil Carlsen, J. M. W. Turner and Ivan Aizovsky.

In Dremes, with art illustrations by Alan Lee, Albert Bierstadt and John Constable.

Bywater and the Bearers of Promise, with paintings by Jean-François Millet and Philip James de Loutherbourg.



More jan-u-wine poems:


LotR Scrapbook





Comments:


frolijah_fan_54
frolijah_fan_54 at 2007-03-18 19:45 (UTC) (Link)
Wow - what a great resource this is. I can't imagine how long it took you to do this - very much appreciated.
Mechtild
mechtild at 2007-03-18 20:56 (UTC) (Link)
Oh, it wasn't that bad, Frolijah Fan. I had already made all the icons to use as links, and a lot I could just copy and paste from the previous pages of links (Screencaps and Travesties). I did make a new header image for it and fiddle on the fine-tuning forever, but that's typical for me. I'm an incorrigible fiddler.
melyanna_65
melyanna_65 at 2007-03-18 21:02 (UTC) (Link)
Mechtild, this is very useful and much appreciated!

I'm particularly fond of your gorgeous Frodo's Art Travesties and I've just realized that there are some pics that I've never seen before, like Frodo and Ioreth. Wonderful, really!

Thank you so much!
Mechtild
mechtild at 2007-03-18 21:22 (UTC) (Link)
You're welcome, Melyanna. The poem that goes with that Frodo and Ioreth manip wounds my sould with sorrowful sweetness; the manip that inspired it only adds to the effect.
hobbitlove83
hobbitlove83 at 2007-03-18 21:19 (UTC) (Link)
And here I was thinking I'd seen all your work...
such a lovely surprise!

Thank you so much, darling Mechtild!
Mechtild
mechtild at 2007-03-18 21:24 (UTC) (Link)
You are welcome! As I said above, I had made tables of link pages for the main genres of my entries so that I (and readers) could find things, but I never made a decent way to find Jan's poems. Since I really do enjoy re-reading them, I thought it would be good to make them easier to browse.
julchen11
julchen11 at 2007-03-18 22:27 (UTC) (Link)
Thank you sooooo much, lovey! What a wonderful idea. Jan's poems, your posts ... who could ask for more!
*hugs you tight*
Mechtild
mechtild at 2007-03-18 22:51 (UTC) (Link)
You are welcome, Julchen. Not able to remember which poems went with the Gorgoroth screencap entries, I threw up my hands and decided to make them all easier to find -- if only for me! I am glad it is an aid to you, too.
Estë   (or ST for short)
este_tangletoes at 2007-03-24 18:29 (UTC) (Link)
Thank you so much, Mechling, for this extremely helpful Table of Links. I’ve just taken another look at the Gorgoroth Screencaps, series. Chilling is the word.

Tearfully yours

Estë
Mechtild
mechtild at 2007-03-24 19:26 (UTC) (Link)
Oh, thank you, Estë. I'm pleased you find the tables helpful. I couldn't find anything without them! Ah, the Gorgoroth caps!!! Shiver and sob - esp. with Jan's poems that were set to them.
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