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You were draped in the soft red glow
Of the westering sun.
An archaich vision of love
Amid a circle of trees,
Crowned by a halo of golden leaves.

The crimson sky dimmed to deep blue
And your silhouette
Was traced by pale moonlight.
And so solemnly, you gazed at me
With a passion that would linger throughout all time.

If all must be undone,
Such beautiful legend you'd become.
And after the fall of valour and romance
I'll be waiting for your renaissance.

Behind your mystic eyes, a crystal tear
That you could not hide from me.
It was shimmering like a silver light
Cast upon a rippling sea.

Alas m'lady, weep not for the uncertainty
Of eternity.
For ageless are the dreams of lovers,
And within these dreams we shall breathe.

If all must be undone,
Such beautiful legend you'd become.
And after the fall of valour and romance,
I'll be waiting for your renaissance.

All your grace and timeless splendor
In this night shall live forever.

If all must be undone,
Such beautiful legend you'd become.
And after the fall of valour and romance,
I'll be waiting for your renaissance.


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