Feanáro né Finwion
Halla ar vanima néro
Hendurya mista ar findesserya - móro
Valarya né quetil
Ar néro maite lambendil
Autanero mára tencele
Ya nente i men Rúmilo aule
Nelde mirilli cárero
Yar ner ve hroa I Calan Aldato
Nan mine aure asaro Amanesse
Melko ar Ungoliante tuller morniesse
Ar I Aldu sangwanente
Valar ar Eldar hostaner
Ar Feanárollo maquenter
Anta i mirilli ten
Nan Feanáro avane ten
Nente ciryantar fáne
Apa utúliero Endorenna
Néro mácina Osomauconen
Hroarya né uryane nárenen
I lindo telyane linderya.
Sí polil pelir márilyannar.
Nan Feanáro maruva Námo mardessen oiale.
Feanor was son of Finwe
Most gifted of Elves
Tall and fair he was
His eyes were grey and his hair was dark
His power was language
And he was skilled linguist
He invented useful writing system
Which replaced Rúmil's invention
In former times
In times of light
He created three shining jewels
Which were like body for The Light of the Two Trees
But in one day of festival in Aman
Melkor and Ungoliant came in darkness
In hide they came
And they poisoned The Two Trees
Valar and Elves gathered
And from Feanor asked
To give to them the jewels
But Feanor refused
He rebeled the Valar
Slew the Teleri
Stealed their white ships
To Middle-earth sailed
After he has come to Middle-earth
He went to Angband
He was slain by Gothmog
His body was burnt by flame
The bard finished his song.
You can return now to your homes.
But Feanor will abide in Námo's (Mandos) halls forever.
Feanor be-past Finwe-son_of
I used the Quenya form of Feanor, Feanáro.
I used 'né' for 'was', as many writers do.
I used the postfix -ion which means 'son of'.
High and fair be-past-he
Eyes-pair-his grey and hair-his - darkness-of
I omitted the copula, for it is not needed in this sentence (I wrote it in the previous line) and writing it will make the sentece longer and harder to sing.
_findesserya - móro_ = his hair - of darkness = his hair was dark. I used this unusual form because it fits well the rhythm.
Power-his be-past language
But one day festival-of Aman-in
Vala-pl and Elf-pl gather-past-pl
After come-perfect-he Middle_earth-to
This is an epilog epilogue, it is not rhymed.