Some things we cannot mend
And good times always come to an end
Here at the dawn of day a painful path
Unfolds before my eyes

So if you will, mortal men, remain
Fly me away, chooser of the slain
Above the blood drenched fields
Of furious battle high the fairest flies

I pulled her arrow from out my heart
We wandered already worlds apart
And I have seen the Heavens hold no rage
Like love to hatred turned
The gods may grant me a brighter day
There's more where that came from anyway
Life holds no promises nor hel a fury
Like a women scorned

Faith was the star the fell
It may forebode our last farewell
Still others shine their hight
And hopeful light on distant shores at dawn

Our days are all but a ghost of grey
And I am already far away
For I have walked alone in shadow
Since my goddness has withdrawn

I pulled her arrow from out my heart
We wandered already worlds apart
And I have seen the Heavens hold no rage
Like love to hatred turned
The gods may grant me a brighter day
There's more where that came from anyway
Life holds no promises nor hel a fury
Like a women scorned

I pulled her arrow from out my heart
We wandered already worlds apart
And I have seen the Heavens hold no rage
Like love to hatred turned
The gods may grant me a brighter day
There's more where that came from anyway
Life holds no promises nor hel a fury
Like a women scorned

The gods may grant me a brighter day
There's more where that came from anyway
Life holds no promises nor hel a fury
Like a women scorned


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    General CommentIn this, the anonymous warrior has decided to leave his wife and seek glorious death in battle, which angered his wife enough to loose an arrow at him. She was already no longer his goddess, but a nightmare, and now when he flees her influence she decides if she cannot have him, no one can.
    Vettiron March 24, 2016   Link

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