Hobbits - Poem by Ima Ryma
The Hobbits lived in Middle Earth
From J.R.R. Tolkien's mind,
A fiction that became real worth
Among the modern humankind.
With words, 'In a hole in the ground...'
Tolkien took the Hobbits to
Fight the evils that do abound.
But good can triumph if held true.
We young (and old) of heart could go
To escape from the today strife,
With little friends against big foe,
And be a part of Hobbit life.
Wouldn't it be a wondrous thing,
Destroy evil - destroy a ring!
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