A Song of Elessar the Elfstone

As Autumn's touch gilds the leaves
like Summer's passing memories
reflected in the moonlit eves,
you journey far from home.

As blush to newborn fallen snow,
like candlelight in Winter's glow,
your smile remembered well although
you journey far alone.

Ah, Elessar, how bright your star!
chasing the shadows of your past
'til you remember who you are
and claim your crown at last.
O Elfstone King, for you we sing!
Reforged the hope of mortal men.
In joy will silver trumpets ring
when you return again!

So tarry not into the Spring,
too long have you been wandering;
the time has come, O exiled King,
your banner proud to raise!
Your deadly foes shall be cast down,
their calling horns retreating sound
as Gondor's King reclaims his crown
until the end of days.

Ah, Elessar, how bright your star!
chasing the shadows of your past
'til you remember who you are
and claim your crown at last.
O Elfstone King, for you we sing!
Reforged the hope of mortal men.
In joy will silver trumpets ring
when you return again!

- Old Toby