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  • The Hobbits were quite eloquent, in speech and writing, so it stands to reason that they would have some fine poems laying around. I apologize if the formatting is incorrect on my entries, but at least I tried :P. Without further ado, here are my Lore Texts:


    #title:Ode to a Bar
    #author:Halflings Anonymous
    #types:eriador, shire(?)
    
    #by Campinator
    
    Oh the Green Dragon,
    the mighty Green Dragon!
    There's no place in town
    that is better to down
    a pint, cup, or maybe a flagon.
    

    #title:In My Garden
    #author:Rowan Fairbairn 
    #types:shire
    
    #if possible, use randomly generated hobbit names
    #by Campinator
    
    As I sit among the flowers,
    quietly a breeze does flow.
    Merrily I while the hours,
    with no worry that I know.
    
    Though the daylight's slowly fading
    I remain among my trees.
    Finding life to be amazing,
    I relax, my mind at ease
    

    #title: The Old Forest
    #author: Grandma
    #types:shire
    
    #by Campinator
    
    Throughout all time, there's a story told
    of creeping brush and tree-bark old.
    And of missing hobbits
    who thought themselves bold.
    
    There once was a vast land,
    all covered in grass
    but in crept the evil
    and nothing could last.
    
    So bark became twisted
    and roots became rope
    to tangle the traveller
    and take all his hope.
    
    So venture not, younglings
    beyond the green brush.
    Lest trees turn to obstacles
    and brave hearts to mush.
    

    May the hair on your toes never fall out, and your constructive criticisms never stop!

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    • They're good, but Sam Gamgee in the book stated that we was not good at making songs or poems, but hoped someone made a song about how beautiful Gladreil is. He said that to Faramir in the second book.

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    • HorseLordOfRohan wrote: They're good, but Sam Gamgee in the book stated that we was not good at making songs or poems, but hoped someone made a song about how beautiful Gladreil is. He said that to Faramir in the second book.

      I do seem to remember that, yes. I have two proposals pertaining to that:

      a)Maybe he was so inspired by the Lady's gift that he just developed the ability to write

      b)another like-minded hoobit wrote that, in which case I should change the name

      Thoughts?

      Campinator Questions?

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    • Campinator wrote:

      HorseLordOfRohan wrote: They're good, but Sam Gamgee in the book stated that we was not good at making songs or poems, but hoped someone made a song about how beautiful Gladreil is. He said that to Faramir in the second book.

      I do seem to remember that, yes. I have two proposals pertaining to that:

      a)Maybe he was so inspired by the Lady's gift that he just developed the ability to write

      b)another like-minded hoobit wrote that, in which case I should change the name

      Thoughts?

      Campinator Questions?

      My advice, it's more likely to be added if it's lore freindly... I think...

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    • Ring9Of9fPower wrote:

      Campinator wrote:

      HorseLordOfRohan wrote: They're good, but Sam Gamgee in the book stated that we was not good at making songs or poems, but hoped someone made a song about how beautiful Gladreil is. He said that to Faramir in the second book.

      I do seem to remember that, yes. I have two proposals pertaining to that:

      a)Maybe he was so inspired by the Lady's gift that he just developed the ability to write

      b)another like-minded hoobit wrote that, in which case I should change the name

      Thoughts?

      Campinator Questions?

      My advice, it's more likely to be added if it's lore freindly... I think...

      Changed hoobit names to be generic

      Campinator Questions?

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    • Sam was really good at peotry, although it didn't come out much.  Remember "Tom and the Troll"?

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    • S'moregoth wrote: Sam was really good at peotry, although it didn't come out much.  Remember "Tom and the Troll"?

      This is indeed true. Perhaps miss generic hoobit will become Sam again.

      Campinator Questions?

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    • How is Samwise relevant at all? Very nicely atmosphered work, by the way.

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    • Sam is relevant cause sam was a poet.

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    • Forten wrote: How is Samwise relevant at all? Very nicely atmosphered work, by the way.

      Sam is relevant because at first, the author was good old Sam himself. I later changed it to {Random hoobit} after someone pointed out he wasn't a poet, but then considered changing it back to Sam after more evidence. Thanks for the compliment!

      Campinator Questions?

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