My little Brother wrote this for an assignment after they had read "The Hobbit" in class
"Ahhh... thus ends Book III of the Lord of the Rings. Once again, the good guys are forced into action by a blunder of sorts..."
A detailed comparison between the Mythological gods and the Valor of Tolkien.
Look Look! It's the Tenth Thain Took!
An adventurous young Took , who went right over the brook.
"I'm sorry, but I wouldn't leave Saruman like that. I'm not necessarily saying kill him, but kick his butt out of Orthanc!"
This tale is old, from the time long ago in Third Age 1975 when the Dreaded Witch-king of Angmar did contend with the Northern Kingdom of old.
This is a poem about the Mines of Moria when the company first entered.
Ents are cool.
There are several striking similarities between the content and characters of L. Frank Baum's The Wonderful Wizard of Oz and Tolkien's tale The Hobbit.
The water falls, And Elf-maids fair with merry finches sing.