A Hobbit-Hole

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A hole in the ground
Not a filthy, oozy, wet hole
Filled with worms
Nor a dry, austere, sandy hole
With nothing to sit down on
Or to consume
It was a hobbit-hole
With a perfectly round door
On which sat a yellow brass knob
Right in the middle
The deep-set round windows
Looking over a delightful garden
And meadows beyond
It was a hobbit-hole
Which meant comfort

(I was just reading “The Hobbit” and I scribbled a few words after going through the description of Bilbo’s Hobbit-hole.)

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