Éowyn & Aragorn

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'When the light of day was come into the sky but the sun was not yet risen above the high ridges of the East, Aragorn made ready to depart. His company was all mounted, and he was about to leap into the saddle, when the Lady Éowyn came to bid them farewell. She was clad as a Rider and girt with a sword. In her hand she bore a cup, and she set it to her lips and drank a little, wishing them good speed; and then she gave the cup to Aragorn, and he drank, and he said: 'Farewell Lady of Rohan! I drink to the fortunes of your House and of you, and of all your people. Say to your brother: beyond the shadows we may meet again!'' JRR Tolkien: The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King: Book V, Chapter 2: The Passing of the Grey Company

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