As I recall, I saw her first Descend a flight of stairs. I felt her gaze, a blaze of life Engulf mine in a glare. The fury in her eyes shone bright With a light no dark could yield. That’s the day I fell in love With The Wisdom Of Emond’s Field.
Bound and sworn, a hound of sorts, My sword pledged to another. In my chest, a chiseled stone Was honed to know no lover. Yet as I watched her walk away, I felt my layers peeled. That’s the day I pledged my heart To The Wisdom Of Emond’s Field.
Far from home, I roam this land, A king without his crown; To hunt the shadows haunting me, And strike Sight Blinder down. My kingdom lays in ruins, But it’s she I can still shield. That’s the day I laid my crown Before The Wisdom Of Emond’s Field
On the day she went away, She wore, dangling from a string, Around her neck, close to her heart My family’s signet ring. Mashiara, keep it near, And know our love is sealed. That’s the day I swore my life To The Wisdom Of Emond’s Field.
Every night, I watched the sky, And held her in my heart. No moon that passed before my eyes Could pull our love apart. For in my chest now burns the flame Of a passion she revealed. That’s the day I vowed return To The Wisdom Of Emond’s Field.
On the day I found my way Back to my lover’s side, I found her body in a lake; She barely clung to life. I pulled her from the water’s grasp, And saw that she was healed. That’s the day I said my vows, To The Wisdom Of Emond’s Field.
Mashiara, love of mine, I have no lands to give. So, my heart, I hand to you, For as long as I might live. You found, deep down, a part of me, I thought remained concealed. That’s the day I crowned my queen, The Wisdom Of Emond’s Field.