Eluchil’s Take on Sam’s Song – In Western woods

by Mar 29, 2001Poetry

In Western woods, beneath the stars,
The trees may bud in Spring;
The water falls,
And Elf-maids fair with merry finches sing.

In fastness deep, beneath the ground
A King may rule wide lands,
From spacious many pillored hall
Not shaped by any hands.

And in that hall the minstels sing
Though all outside be grey;
For there is still and Elven light
And songs both wise and gay.

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