The Red Dragon Inn - home of the Audalis campaign setting.  Online D&D gaming, art, poerty, stories, advice, chat, and more

We currently have 4009 registered users. Our newest member is .
Online members:
Username Password Remember me
Not a member? Join today! | Forgot your password?
Latest Updated Forum Topics  [more...]
Other Sci Fi - Destiny's Flight - A Serenity RPG (posted by Bromern Sal)Destiny's Flight
Common Room - Tann's NFL U pick e'm 2019-2020 (posted by TannTalas)Tann's NFL U pick e'm 201
Q&A Threads - Flesh & Blood - A CyberPunk Game (posted by Bromern Sal)Flesh & Blood Q&A
Cyberpunk - Flesh & Blood - A Night City Adventure (posted by Bromern Sal)Flesh & Blood Game
Common Room - Capasha - Audalis Campaign Setting (posted by Eol Fefalas)Audalis: Capasha
Latest Blog Entries
Revenge of the Drunken Dice
Latest Webcomics
Loaded Dice #80: Priorities
RPG MB #15: Master of the Blade
Floyd Hobart #19: High School Reunion IV
There are currently 0 users logged into DragonChat.
Is the site menu broken for you? Click here for the fix!

You are here: Home --> Audalis --> Miscellany

Support the Inn! If you are doing holiay shopping online, please use this affiliate link for Amazon.
You pay the exact same prices, but the Inn earns a small referral fee. Thanks!

Sylvari Funeral Song

Where hast thou gone?
The one I would look to,
For Loving and Laughter
Mine eyes cannot see thee,
Mine ears cannot hear thee,
Mine arms cannot hold thee
My heart falters alone.

Where hast thou gone?
The forest lies empty,
I search for thy passing,
The deer have not seen thee,
The birds have not heard thee,
The glade doth not hold thee,
The aged oak stands alone.

Where hast thou gone?
The wind through the branches,
Gives voice to my longing,
No eyes can now see thee,
No ears can now hear thee,
No arms can now hold thee,
Kith-Jora calls thee home.

Where hast thou gone?
The Forest Eternal,
Hath welcom'd thee gladly,
All-Father now sees thee,
For ever He hears thee,
His Love shall embrace thee,
No more be thou alone.

Where hast thou gone?
To where I shall follow,
When I've grown too weary,
Mine eyes will then see thee,
Mine ears will then hear thee,
Mine arms will then hold thee,
When I will have come home.

- traditional elven funeral song



Del.icio.us Digg Technorati Blinklist Furlreddit
Thanks to Vanadia for this contribution!

 


  Partners:       Dungeons and Dragons resources, from 2nd to 4th Edition gamegrene.com | for the gamer who's sick of the typical Dungeons and Dragons Adventures, #1 resource for D&D Dungeons and Dragons 4th Edition  
View/Edit Your Profile | Staff List | Contact Us
Use of the RDINN forums or chatrooms constitutes agreement with our Terms of Service.
You must enable cookies and javascript to use all features of this site.