“Not all those who wander are lost” FULL analysis in Quenya!

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Well, today is a celebration day. It’s the 2-year anniversary of the poetic translation made by Ondo Carniliono  of the mot famous of all Tolkien poems! “Not all those who wander are lost” is simply the utmost poetic contribution for the human and elvishkind  made by Father, the one who brought all that universe into existence. Not that Tolkien didn’t write other poems, far from that…but “Not all those who wander are lost” is the most cited, the most requested, the most looked for, it’s everywhere in the internet. It makes sense to all four corners of the world and constantly I’m asked about how it’s written in Quenya, in different Tengwar fonts, what certain term means, why that one is used there…phewww. Too many people! I really hope that with this commemorative post, they will be satisfied with all the answers right here in one place only! So behold…..Not…

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