"My Lost Lenore" as written by Morten Veland, Morten Veland and Einar Moen....
For thy promise bewailed
by her raveneyes
by her beauty and a scarlet sunrise
May thy river bury her silvertears
A fallen angel... enshrined in moonlit seas

Leaving vitality
so serene breeds my darkness
Entreating winterwinds
though I leave... I embrace thee

conceal thy precious angellore
I secrete my soul
under thy wings of sorrow
Dark I embrace thy eyes
wander lost on life's narrow path
I reveal my heart
to this beauty dressed in dark

Grieving raveneyes
falls asleep with the sunrise
Delightful midsummer breeze
though I leave... I await thee

Grant me thy last midsummer breeze
May thou ascend from endless sleep
... my desire
Dance me above thy moonlit seas
Glance yearningly into the deep
a cold and weary night

Descending me like flakes of snow
I embrace the cold
for a life that morrows
Dark I embrace thy heart
Wanderer lost beyond veils of dawn
I conceal thy loss
enthralled in life yet still I mourn
My lost Lenore...

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"My Lost Lenore" as written by Morten Veland Einar Moen

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    General Commentmeeting up with a lost loved one, could be based on the raven, but in reality he still mourns her passing
    flaminmofoon August 28, 2006   Link
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    General Commentit was my first tristania song I heard and its still beautiful after all these years passed...I love the piano melody :) the vocals are also awesome...I love the whole Widow's Weeds album but above all this song and December Elegy

    the song itself is very sad and everytime I hear it I begin to dream...a dream about sorrow and loss and how you wander this shadowpaths alone even when the sun shines in your life something's still missing
    coldcrowon March 01, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI think it has something to do with song by Edgar Alan Poe...do you think?
    originon November 28, 2007   Link

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