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[page 6] POEMS In this issue we bring you some practically unkown ones by J.R.R. SING ALL YE JOYFUL Sing all ye joyful, now sing altogether! The winds in the heather; The stars are in blossom, The moon is in flower, And bright are the windows of night in her tower. Dance all ye joyful, now dance altogether, Soft is the grass and let foot be like feather! The river is silver, the shadows are fleetin @fleeting@; Merry is May-time, and merry out meeting; Tolkien has written a song that we all know well about Roads Going Ever On and On here is another ROADS GO EVER ON AND ON Roads go ever on and on, Over rook and under tree, By caves where sun has never shown, By streams that never find the sea, Over snow by winter dawn and through the merry flowers of June, Over grass and over stone, and under mountains in the moon.