I have no doubt in my mind Boromir would suit thee well, he is true, and strong of family which perhaps would help you in your doubt. I would do anything to help one, I know being in a doubtless mood can effect and make judgements clouded.
Boromir is indeed worthy of your Love............ But indeed if this man takes your eyes, makes them shine, tingles, so forth, so forth may I suggest it be so? If you know him could it be you share with me?
My Lord you have me at a disadvantage for I no not know who this person is? From the Viking race he seems to me. I must tell you honestly Boromir did have flecks of red in his hair not quite but similar to Gimli though the Dwarf had more.
Does his "man" attract thee? For if he does I am happy for you. Nothing pleases me more!!!!!!
The Lady let go of the breath she was holding. No more deaths, well for now. Too much shed blood had spilled in her memory. Many dwarves, elves and men had been through Rivendell of late to receive an audience with Ada, he of the Wise, one who has the gift of foresight. She was taken aback with Legolas' question a man? red hair? of noble birth? These thoughts swirled within her.......She took a guess for she was baffled "Does thee mean warrior Boromir? A Captain of Gondor?"
To wish one dead that is indeed a demonsterous thing, I know that feeling well but what would it gain? No Gimli. Falling for a mortal THAT I understand only too well, giving up my immortality to spend the rest of my days with a Dunedain, that is my want. I admire your determination I do not think I could be so strong, saving Middle Earth was a quest bequethed to The Fellowship, you know this, things beyond control were foreseen. Tell me is there no other in the Elven world or human that has attracted you? There are many fair ones out there?
"Your sadness has retreated somewhat? To internalise can be most deadly. I am happy for you that Gimli's Ada does not blame you, it was none of your doing in the end. Balin is a wise Dwarf perhaps? No it is best not to dwell.
Have you forgiven Thranduil? Or has the subborness of Dwarves rubbed off on you!!!". Looking into his blue eyes The Lady hugged him hoping his grief would evaporate quickly.
By the Valar I weep for you mellon, such cruelty from one so proud sitting on his throne in his Kingdom of Mirkwood, I am touched of your care to Gimli even in the shrouds of death.
You ask a question of me to which I must ponder, I stood up to my Ada when he hurried me to leave Middle Earth, no hope was said yet in my Heart there was. Perhaps in time when thy Heart is not so woundered sight will return to you? I did not know thy mother perhaps someone you least expect will enter your life?
What say you? Gimli dead? This is hard for me he was one of the Fellowship how could your Ada be so cruel. It is as I feared his Heart does have a dark side. I have images in my mind of he sitting upon his Throne.
Pray you are at peace? I do not wish otherwise for you.