John Ronald Reuel Tolkien can be considered as the most influential writer of all ages. This gifted man even created his own language in writing and easily became a noticeable artist.
John Tolkien is certainly one from a small number of poets whose inspiration was the beloved woman. Poet had been in love with his wife Edith since they met as teenagers. He was known to have written love poems for her and clearly loved her for most of their lives. You can find some tender and sentimental words in his love poetries: ”Earendil”, “Tom Bombadil’s song” and “Luthien Tinuviel”). Here are the lines from the poem devoted to Tolkien’s wife:
“Lo! Young we are and yet have stood
like planted hearts in the great Sun
of Love so long that we have become
as one, deep rooted in the soil
of Life and tangled in the sweet growth.”
John Ronald Reuel Tolkien made young girls and boys understand how rich and deep can be not only the mind but also the heart. The artist was a true lover of words, his characters, and just the feeling of passion.
Generally, we can say that poet contributed a lot of innovations in the manner of writing love poetry. He wanted to love and be loved. This is the main idea of all his masterpieces which are connected with love stories. His incentive quotations are wonderful and so special because they inspire readers to fall in love and be happy:
“And he took her in his arms and kissed her under the sunlit sky and he cared not that they stood high upon the walls in the sight of many.“