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Lament of Time Lost.
"Long ago...When the kingdoms where still small, a race of elves where common in the dragon made lands of Lunar. They had skin, black like the night sky, hair the color of white star light, and eyes the colors of rubys, sapphires, amethysts, and silver. They where appropriately named Night elves, they worshiped the moon, said it was the physical manifestation of their goddess...
To watch over them in the dark of night, when things where silent, and chase away the nightmares; as well as help guide the lost with her bright light, and the lights of those long passed beside her, those lights being the stars, they where said to be the lights of night elves long passed; a new star born every time a life ended. Their blood was tainted with poison, turning it purple, they saw this as a gift from their goddess as a way of protecting them for those that wished to harm them, and fest on their flesh.
The Night elves where ruled by a priestess, who was the vestal of their goddes
MercyOh sweet God how the grassland
ignites in moonlight tonight
I must thank you for creating
her tangled fingers' slow pace
through the handsome rain Her
trochaic kinesthesia to rhythms
in Stravinsky's The Rite of
Spring Is this how you meant
for us to love you Yahweh
Tumbling clumsily down hills
of sheets into perpetually
immutable silence I could love
you like that I think I've been
practicing on this Savanna
for days and months Lost in
her crystal canvas Rolling crests
and troughs And when she touches
me Oh fair Lord I'm dragged into
your city past Gethsemane's
pulsing green and gold
Please hold us together
under this luminous stretch
Oh Father We are live
unclothed Our reflections awash
with the skin of your sun
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