This poem is one of the poems in this publication that is said to be derived from traditions in Gondor, but a part of Shire-lore written down in the Fourth Age. The story features a mortal woman invited to join the elves and sail to "Elvenhome" An earlier version of this poem was published in 1934 and was called Firiel.
This tale deals with three main themes: The Hiding and protection of Valinor, The Gates of Night and Morn and the passages of the Sun and Moon, and finally, The Counting of Days, Months and Years.
This chapter mainly deals with the characterising the Valar and how they built their dwellings and shaped Valinor. It also touches upon some tasks of the Valar. Some key elments in the chapter regards brining light to the world by he use of two Lamps and later the Trees of Light.