Author: Demus PM
Pippin ruminates, in three hundred words, no less, about the nature of his Brandybuck cousin. 'Pippin knows Merry will be great one day. He can see in the unquestionable foundations of his name, as deepdelved as the smials of Brandy Hall.'Rated: Fiction K - English - Meriadoc B. & Peregrin T. - Words: 321 - Reviews: 3 - Favs: 2 - Published: 06-09-07 - Status: Complete - id: 3583546
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There's something entirely worldly about him, something rooted in the good sense of his ancestry, and then something fae and frolicsome, a glimmer of his Tookish fairy blood, the gallant bravery of the Oldbucks.
Every promise made by his name, Merry will keep. Every vow made by meaning and feeling and phrase, Merry will hold to with his strength and heart. Pippin knows Merry will be great one day. He can see in the unquestionable foundations of his name, as deep-delved as the smials of Brandy Hall.