his draws from two parts of LOTR; the introduction of Strider at the Prancing Pony and the Crowning of the King in The Steward and the King.
All that is gold does not glitter.
A man, lean, tall, by some called Strider,
Clad in old travel worn clothes.
He is one of the wandering folk.
A grim smile
Giving no sign of his thoughts.
Tall as the sea kings of old,
Ancient of days he seemed,
A loremaster, not merely a captain of war.
Wisdom sat upon his brow,
Strength and healing were in his hands
And a light was about him.
Et eärello Endoenna utúlien.
The crownless again shall be King