Just an idea I had when reflecting on how Elijah Wood mimicked four fingers in the movies. Yes, it was inspired by the Hunger Games trilogy. Most of the second paragraph is Tolkien's, except what is obviously not...

Frodo stared out over the mass of Gondorian and Rohirric soldiers assembled on the field of Cormallen. The minstrel sang and sang, and Frodo's heart was full, but he still felt so much pain...

At last, when the Sun fell from noon and the shadows of the trees lengthened, he ended. "Praise them with great praise!" he said and knelt. And then Aragorn stood up, and all the host arose, and as one they raised their right hands high in tribute. Looking out at the sea of hands, Frodo realized that the third finger of each one was bent so as to not be visible.

Frodo looked to Sam only to see that his eyes were brimming with tears and he had extended his hand in the same four-finger salute.

And it was then that Frodo understood. Through your struggles to heal, we stand with you.

His eyes spilled over, and Frodo knew that he would remember this moment for the rest of his life.