Ode to the Shire: Arising from quiet fields... by Dreamflower

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A poem in praise of the Shire, for bringing forth heroes meek yet mighty.


Story Notes:

(Written for the LOTR GenFic 2017 Poetry Challenge)

Theme: Poetry--Ode to Arda
Elements:
kind/find
Author's Notes: I decided to intersperse the quotations that inspired this poem at the end of each verse. The first quotation is Elrond, near the end of the chapter "The Council of Elrond", and the other two are from Matthew 5:5 and 5:7.
Summary: A poem in praise of the Shire, for bringing forth heroes meek yet mighty.
Word Count: 237


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Story Information

Categories: The Lord of the Rings
Characters: As a Group: The Travellers (Frodo, Sam, Merry, Pippin), As a Group: Hobbits
Genres: Poetry
Places: The Shire
Times: 3-Third Age: Post-War of the Ring
Warnings: None
Challenges: None
Series: None
Chapters: 1    |    Word count: 273    |    Read Count: 81
Completed: Yes    |    Updated: 04/17/17    |    Published: 04/17/17