January 17, 2013
Eyes of Sauron to be removed from Knoxville Museum of Art
Two all-seeing eyes, rimmed with fire, yellow as a cat's, watchful and intent, and the black slit of their pupils opened on a pit, a window into nothing, will soon be removed from the Knoxville Museum of Art. The hellish gaze, which was added to the art museum in the year 1,000 of the Third Age, will be taken down while the building's exterior receives a caulk and cleaning. "Once the building renovations are finished, the great, lidless eyes, filled with hate, and ringed in darkness, will be returned so that the Dark Lord can continue his terrible watch for the ring of power," said the museum's executive director Shelly Grubaugh. "I wish we could throw them away though. Their wrath blazes like a sudden flame and its fear is like great, black smoke. They really give me the creeps."
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