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2005-05-21 | |
GeanCannach to his LianaSidhe
Its the last stanza
the final farewell my love
That all that was ever here
fades to the deepest sea
drowns to the sorrow
And empties into the void.
Not easy to say good-bye
to toss to the winds the final shards
walk back into life again
without that which once was me
I will walk
Slowly, surely on.
The years have been
come and gone
the days of promised bliss
covered by the shroud of pain
wears constant to the memories
Drives and draws fast and true.
I sit here... Silently
as if awaiting the air to change
for a moments wish that you re-addressed
and longed the truth of love,
I know now you cannot be
that the dawn ended long, long ago
and has left the twilight adrift
Where once my heart stood strong.
Note- In celtic mythology both these beings are fairy lovers, Gean cannach is a incubus, and the Lianaside a succubus. The lianasidhe has been mortalized in a number of poetic works in Ireland, she is said to be the inspiration of Poets.
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