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When winter first begins to bite

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"'''When winter first begins to bite'''" is a brief poem spoken by [[Bilbo Baggins]] to [[Frodo Baggins|Frodo]] in "[[The Ring Goes South]]", in which he warns Frodo of the dangers of traveling in wintertime.
 
"'''When winter first begins to bite'''" is a brief poem spoken by [[Bilbo Baggins]] to [[Frodo Baggins|Frodo]] in "[[The Ring Goes South]]", in which he warns Frodo of the dangers of traveling in wintertime.
  
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'tis evil in the Wild to fare.
 
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==See also==
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* [[Poems in The Lord of the Rings]]
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[[Category:Poems by J.R.R. Tolkien]]

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"When winter first begins to bite" is a brief poem spoken by Bilbo Baggins to Frodo in "The Ring Goes South", in which he warns Frodo of the dangers of traveling in wintertime.

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When winter first begins to bite
and stones crack in the frosty night,
when pools are black and trees are bare,
'tis evil in the Wild to fare.

See also