And it is told of Maglor that he could not endure the pain with which the Silmaril tormented him; and he cast it at last into the Sea, and thereafter he wandered ever upon the shores, singing in pain and regret beside the waves. For Maglor was mighty among the singers of old, named only after Daeron of Doriath; but he came never back among the people of the Elves. And thus it came to pass that the Silmarils found their long homes: one in the air of haven, and one in the fires of the heart of the world, and one in the deep waters.
The Silmarillion - J.R.R. Tolkien
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Upon Doriath evil days had fallen. Grief and silence had come upon all its people when Luthien was lost. Long they had sought for her in vain. And it is told that it that time Daeron the minstrel of Thingol strayed from the land, and was seen no more.
The Silmarillion - Tolkien
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