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A bright star is shining

By Bilbo Baggins

A bright star is shining

On western shore

A bright star is shining

There forevermore

A white ship is sailing

Under the star

A white ship is sailing

It came from afar

The lady is shining

At the ship's prow

The lady is shining

A star on her brow

The hobbits are waiting

For the blessed land

The hobbits are waiting

To see the white sand

The clouds they are breaking

The rain turns to glass

The clouds, they are breaking

The shadow has passed

The night, it is leaving

The sun will now shine

The night, it is leaving

And peace will be mine

The mountain is rearing

In light of the sun

The mountain is rearing

Arien has come!

The boats are now docked

The sea is behind us

The boats are now docked

They'll always remind us

Of over the seas

From whence we have come

Of over the seas

Our journey is done

Of course this poem is not by Bilbo, it is by me, and is my impression of a poem that he might have written while he sailed across the sea to Valinor

The bright star – the star of Eärendil the mariner

The lady – Galadriel

The hobbits – Frodo and Bilbo

The mountain – Taniquetil, where Manwë and Varda (the greatest Valar) dwell

Arien – A Maia ('lesser god') who caries the sun through the skies

I'm sorry that there are no verses in this poem, but it hasn't uploaded exactly how I wanted. If you have any ideas on how to fix this then please review and tell me!

Oh and please review. I may add more, or I may not. You choose!

-Glawaredhel (Elf-of-sunlight)