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A Hallow's End poem, from October 2012
On youtube, music and singing courtesy of Erik

Where once the yard was fair with light
Of all our burning woes
The bony remnants, those we fight,
Defile wicker's glow.

For there were times where princes stood
To set that straw aflame;
Now corpses lurk where royals would –
Our courtyard wearing shame.

I'll set the twigs alight for you,
And watch the golden flicker,
Devour hope instead of sin
Upon the burning wicker.

For dreams have died like summer, but
Festivities live on
With every sprig I toss, I shut
My eyes for Lordaeron.

Did you know that Arthas and Jaina used to light the wicker man in the court of Lordaeron, Capital City, before all the bad happened? I don't even remember why I wrote this one, but a friend composed it and his music is awesome.

Erik singing this on youtube

(He does loads of beautiful music but has no gallery to showcase any of it. Errrrrrrrrrrik! Stop harping with the harps and upload your stuff!)
Arathia94 Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2017
I love this one too, but the quality of the microphone could be better! Very catchy thoooough. 
Belvane Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Oh, that's likely true about the mic; I'll see if I can coax him into recording it again, now that he's a grown up with access to better equipment. And thank you for the compliment, I'll deliver it :) 
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