The Day Peregrin Took Was Born – A Hobbit Poem

by Dec 2, 2002Poetry

It was cold outside and the wind blew hard
on the day Peregrin Took was born.
The hobbits stayed inside near the hearth
and listened to the raging storm.

He was a very small baby hobbit boy
with big, mischievous eyes.
He looked upon the darkened world with joy
and uttered not a cry.

They say that babies still that young,
do not know how to smile.
But little Pippin Took in his mother’s arms
did so for awhile.

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