The Man in the Moon Came Down Too Soon
The Man in the Moon Came Down Too Soon is a Hobbit poem of the Fourth Age said to derive from Gondorian lore and was recorded in the Red Book; it actually mentions Belfalas and Tirith Aear, locations very far from the Shire.
The Man in the Moon had silver shoon
And his beard was of silver thread;
He was girt with pure gold and inaureoled
With gold about his head.
Clad in silken robe in his great white globe
He opened an ivory door
With a crystal key, and in secrecy
He stole o'er a shadowy floor...