Mairon Is Frustrated
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Fandoms: The Silmarillion and other histories of Middle-Earth - J. R. R. Tolkien, TOLKIEN J. R. R. - Works & Related Fandoms
23 May 2018
Where it not for his black raiment, Melkor would have had some difficulty discerning where the Maia’s flames ended and where those from the blazing fireplace began, their borders ever-shifting, twisting and lashing like the strike of many great snakes with scarlet, venomous fangs. Melkor stood watching him for a moment, watched the serpentine fire writhe and coil from the hearth and from, He guessed, Mairon’s eyes, which themselves exuded the vigor of many an inferno. Every so often these two malefic irises sparked and charred into the black marble of the mantel, melting the stone with a screech of sudden, intense heat, burning craters into the craftsmanship and leaving nothing but burnt lime dust and thin, wispy tendrils of gas.
Melkor helps alleviate some of Mairon's frustrations.