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LOTR Give up the Halfling, She-Elf!

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Uploaded on Apr 13, 2009

There were Nine Riders at the water's edge below, and Frodo's spirit quailed ... Suddenly the foremost Rider spurred his horse forward. It checked at the water and reared up. With a great effort Frodo sat upright and brandished his sword.
"Go back!" he cried. "Go back to the Land of Mordor, and follow me no more! ' ....
The elf-horse reared and snorted. The foremost of the black horses had almost set foot upon the shore.

At that moment there came a roaring and a rushing: a noise of loud waters rolling many stones. Dimly Frodo saw the river below him rise, and down along its course there came a plumed cavalry of waves. White flames seemed to Frodo to flicker on their crests and he half fancied that he saw amid the water white riders upon white horses with frothing manes. The three Riders that were still in the midst of the Ford were overwhelmed: they disappeared, buried suddenly under angry foam. Those that were behind drew back in dismay.
LOTR Bk1 Flight to the Ford.
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Arwen's Elvish words: "Nîn o Chithaeglir, lasto beth daer, Rimmo nîn Bruinen, dan in Ulair!" (Waters of the Misty Mountains, listen to the great word, flow waters of Loudwater, against the Ringwraiths!)
Thanks to NocturneViolin for providing the Elvish words and the translation.

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