'The Riddle of Strider' in Elvish:   'All that is gold does not glitter, not all those who wander are lost; The old that is strong does not wither, deep roots are not reached by the frost.  From the ashes a fire shall be woken, a light from the shadows shall spring;  Renewed shall be blade that was broken, the crownless again shall be king.

In the Elvin language of Tengwar: The Riddle of Strider: All that is gold does not glitter, Not all those who wander are lost; The old that is strong does not wither, Deep roots are not reached by the.

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Random Pics To Put A Smile On Your Face

Origami Owl lockets are perfect for keeping the ashes of those we love and lost close.   Order direct from erinslocketcreations.origamiowl.com

Origami Owl lockets are perfect for keeping the ashes of those we love and lost close. Simply permanently seal it! Not sure I would want to wear my loved one's ashes but someone might.

Campfire Ashes Tradition It is a long-standing Girl Scout tradition that after a night of campfire fun, in addition to taking home happy memories, each girl is to collect ashes from our campfire. Then at her next campfire, she is to share her special memories as the ashes are sprinkled into the new flames. Again, the next morning, she is to collect ashes and more happy memories to be shared again at her next campfire. Thank you for sharing this tradition.

Campfire Ashes Tradition It is a long-standing Girl Scout tradition that after…

#CoverReveal   A Torch Against the Night (An Ember in the Ashes, #2) by Sabaa Tahir

Read an exclusive excerpt from 'An Ember in the Ashes' sequel, 'A Torch Against the Night'

The Poetree ~ We love this idea. What a beautiful tribute! A memorial tree planter with ceramic ring marker - doubles as an urn for ashes and the tree is planted in the ashes.

Poetree: A Funeral Urn That Lets You Plant A Tree From Ashes

POETREE funeral urn - The POETREE funeral urn is a touching concept from Margaux Ruyant that aims to make mourning and remembering lost loved ones slightly easier.

The Ash can be seen as spanning both microcosm and macrocosm, the little world and the great world. :  as above, so below

The Ash tree has deeply penetrating roots and sours the soil, making it difficult for other vegetation to grow beneath it. Its twigs are thi.

Detail from my map of the Empire for the novel An Ember in the Ashes

Mapping An Ember in the Ashes

I created the map of the world of An Ember in the Ashes for Sabaa Tahir.

US Redesigned Paperback #CoverReveal An Ember in the Ashes (An Ember in the Ashes, #1) by Sabaa Tahir

Exclusive: Here's the title, cover, and release date of the next book in Sabaa Tahir's 'An Ember In The Ashes' series

Could be an interesting idea for book... a haunted sword by the ashes..

Could be an interesting idea for book... a haunted sword by the ashes..

Use buffalo check to create a warm and cozy feeling in your home during the fall and winter months. It is the perfect modern farmhouse decor. Black + White Buffalo Check - Beauty For Ashes

Black + White Buffalo Check

Use buffalo check to create a warm and cozy feeling in your home during the fall and winter months. It is the perfect modern farmhouse decor. Black + White Buffalo Check - Beauty For Ashes

Dark Phoenix (digitally colored) "From the ashes, she'll rise again!" This full color interpretation of Dark Phoenix is drawn by artist Franck Uzan (FUZart) and amazingly digitally colored by Splash Colors. Witness this legendary Marvel character and one of the most beloved X-men female character ever "unleashing the Phoenix power" in this full color glory classic shot. Dark Phoenix was created in 1980 as the third alteration of Marvel Girl/Phoenix during the "Dark Phoenix Saga".The image is…

Dark Phoenix - Original Fan Art Color Print and Poster (unofficial) - WORLDWIDE

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The phoenix mythology spans at least 9 possibly 10 different cultures. Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Arabic, Indian, Chinese, Japanese, Native America, Russian and possibly the Phoenician/Canaanite cultures all have their respective names and origins for the phoenix. One thing that all 9-10 mythologies do have in common is that when the phoenix is at the end of it’s life cycle, it builds a nest, settles into the nest and bursts into flame, being reborn from the ashes.

when the phoenix is at the end of it’s life cycle, it builds a nest, settles into the nest and bursts into flame, being reborn from the ashes.

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