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[page 19] _STEVE PERRIN_ Box 331A Merced Hall 802 Font Blvd, San Francisco, Calif. E.E. Evers' rhyme scheme fell off a little bit (Eyes...seas, shores ...years) but the poem is beautiful, anyway. I consider Arwen one of the best of the understated characters of LOTR (of which there were many) and the poem captures this with precision and beauty. Very well done. re Ned Brooks objection to the tehtar having too many sounds for a "real" language and too few for a phonetic one, there is also a structure called a syllabary, which is supposed to fit itself between the two. However, it does this by being a series of sounds with each figure, rather than single sounds.