Exercises in Hypnagogia

Morphologies Insurmountable

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windandwater:

The Ents loved the great trees; and the wild woods, and the slopes of the high hills; and they drank of the mountain-streams, and ate only such fruit as the trees let fall in their path; and they learned of the Elves and spoke with the Trees.
—J.R.R. Tolkien, The Two Towers, Book 2, Chapter 4

windandwater:

The Ents loved the great trees; and the wild woods, and the slopes of the high hills; and they drank of the mountain-streams, and ate only such fruit as the trees let fall in their path; and they learned of the Elves and spoke with the Trees.

—J.R.R. Tolkien, The Two Towers, Book 2, Chapter 4

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