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The Return of the King
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  • Not he, yet one of his kindred.
  • Surely this is a blade wrought by our own kindred in the North in the deep past?
  • That is all of our kindred that could be gathered in haste; but the brethren Elladan and Elrohir have ridden with us, desiring to go to the war.
  • Word came to Rivendell, they say: _Aragorn has need of his kindred.
  • Then, by our leave, lord, I must take new counsel for myself and my kindred.
  • But deep in the hearts of all my kindred lies the sea-longing, which it is perilous to stir.
  • In every street they passed some great house or court over whose doors and arched gates were carved many fair letters of strange and ancient shapes: names Pippin guessed of great men and kindreds that had once dwelt there; and yet now they were silent, and no footsteps rang on their wide pavements, nor voice was heard in their halls, nor any face looked out from door or empty window.
  • For the time comes of the Dominion of Men, and the Elder Kindred shall fade or depart.
  • The burden must lie now upon you and your kindred.
  • With them went many Elves of the High Kindred who would no longer stay in Middle-earth; and among them, filled with a sadness that was yet blessed and without bitterness, rode Sam, and Frodo, and Bilbo, and the Elves delighted to honour them.

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