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Poetical expressions of facets of the spirit of Ilsaluntë Valion
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I've been searching on Amazon and keeping my eye out.. but if anyone hears of a complete collection of Tolkien's poetry out there or being published, please let me know.  I think it would be fabulous to have one :)
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Look up a book called the "Tolkien Reader".  It has alot of poetry including alot of poetry to do with Tom Bombadil.  I think you'd like it.

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Oh I do have that.  I was looking for something more complete, with the poems from all of his volumes and otherwise.

But thank you :)
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Unfortunately, I'm not sure if there is one.

I did some extensive searches, but didn't find any Tolkien poetry collections, other than what has already been mentioned.

Seems odd that one hasn't been published, but then JRRT was looked down upon by the literati for a long time (who knows why -- as if their works are paragons of excellence ;)).

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