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Gandalf's Riddle to the Ents was recited by Gandalf to King Théoden - before they left Helm's Deep for Isengard - to describe the Ents.[1]

Ere iron was found or tree was hewn,
When young was mountain under moon;
Ere ring was made or wrought was woe,
It walked the forests long ago.


  1. The Lord of the Rings, The Two Towers, Book Three, Chapter VIII: "The Road to Isengard"
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