Summary: The feelings of Saria, Sage of the Forest, concerning the consequences of her kind and position.
Categories: Poetry Characters: None
Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Word count: 224 Read: 5847
Published: Apr 22, 2007 Updated: May 07, 2007
Saria's Score by Hyperlink
Forget not this song but the sage who sang it.
Lost amongst my service of the gods.
Vows renewed as old crusades pass,
I weep not for those lost but the ones that remain.
As I continue this endless waltz, tears stain the forest.
They alone to disappear on wilt less trees.
One more hour, one more lifetime
Changeless to all in the eye of beholders
Hastened to hide into deep solitude
Loosing the changing of time.
Never want for longer life
You already have come,
Changing and died.
Every moment, precious and past,
Is more if it only lasts for that once.
Wait for a glimpse,
Wait for the return.
Waste as those leaving are not returning.
Watch as your home,
Timeless as your soul,
Fails to comfort as once told.
Who wants to weep for every friend?
Be one time forgets,
Once and for all.
Watch as lives change but leave you without.
To live all time without your true love?
Why not tomorrow if cycles will not end.
But ones untimeless end leaving you lone
Leaving you for what did not come.
Too long have I wept for my known.
Too long has passage left me alone.
Length is illusion,
My reality timeless.
My circle remains incomplete.
Thus I find myself
Worship mortal gods,
Wishing their end.
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