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  • JunoMagic
    To the pine-trees upon the highland of Dorthonion I climbed in Winter. Ah! The wind and the whiteness and the black branches of Winter upon Orod-na-Thon! My
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      To the pine-trees upon the highland of Dorthonion I climbed in Winter.
      Ah! The wind and the whiteness and the black branches of Winter upon
      My voice went up and sang in the sky.

      - "Seasons" by J.R.R. Tolkien


      Climb on your chair, make yourself comfortable and access the Stories
      section at HASA. Ah! The wonder and the whiteness and the black
      letters in the newest stories in General and Beta Stories!

      We're afraid we cannot guarantee that your voice won't go up and sing
      in the sky!

      General Stories

      "Collections – Vol.2" by isilelensar:

      Another Volume, more drabbles! Various characters and times ranging
      over the Ages of Middle-earth. Now rated 'Adult' due to certain
      drabbles being sexually oriented. I can't help myself, really. LOL!

      "Parting Gifts" by Larner:

      The Lady of Light faces her last test as she seeks to empower her gifts.

      "Yule Mathoms" by docmon:

      My entries for the 2005 Yule Mathoms Challenge, as a countdown to


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      "Woodland Twilight" by oshun:

      Principally a coming-of-age story about young elves in Mirkwood in
      Third Period. Attempts to explore rituals of adolescence, courtship,
      sexual mores, marriage and bonding--gentle, non-graphic eroticism.
      Consideration as well of consequences of unique social and cultural
      and ethnic mixes within Mirkwood society.

      "Feanor's Wrath" by Lindenya:

      Feanor's thoughts as he swears the Oath.

      "Looking Ahead" by Kitt of Lindon:

      A Hobbit gapfiller in which two Elves meet a certain wanderer 'looking
      ahead'. Finished but in need of constructive criticism!


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