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Poems in The Lord of the Rings

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* [[Farewell We Call to Hearth and Hall!]]
 
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* [[O! Wanderers in the Shadowed Land]]
 
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* [[Hey dol!! Merry dol! Ring a Dong Dillo!]]
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* [[Hop Along, My Little Friends, up the Withywindle!]]
 
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* [[Ol Slender as a Willow-wand!]]
 
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Revision as of 21:18, 9 July 2013

The name Poem refers to more than one character, item or concept. For a list of other meanings, see Poetry (disambiguation).

This article contains a list of poems found within The Lord of the Rings.

Contents

The Fellowship of the Ring

Book I

Book II

The Two Towers

Book III

Book IV

The Return of the King

Book V

Book VI