Filk: Mane Of Gold
- a filk of Sting - Fields of Gold
You'll remember her, as the westward flown,
atoned for sins and folly.
You'll recall the past, and her searching eye,
as you trot in fields of old.
Though she wrote her woe, you to gaze upon
Amidst the realms of folly.
In her hooves, you slept, as a mom becomes.
Secure in strands of gold.
"Will you trust in me, will accept my love,
Despite my eyes and folly?
We're together now, under painted sky,
Bundled up in legs to hold."
Sing the mail mare's hoof, steady as a sword,
Against the cries of folly.
See her boldly cry, when they cast you out,
When you wept in fields of gold.
"I always hope princesses like you
Never forget where they have come from.
In the air of the night still left,
We'll talk in words of hope,
and hide from winter's cold."
Many realms surpassed s
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"Sir! Sir wake up."
The wise man jerked forward in his bed, an orderly standing over him with a concerned look on her face.
"Are you ok? Were you having a bad dream?"
The sweat still clung to his brow, but his breath quickly calmed. What was that dream? Brief colorful tendrils faded quickly when he awoke, but the beating in his chest always lasted longer. He attempted to focus on the warmth, on the colors. His brow furrowed, but her tender voice pulled his focus into the present.
"Are you alright?"
He nodded, gave a small smile. The relief in her angelic eyes was immediate. Reminded him of something fleeting. Something warm. He tried to focus on her eyes, on the shape of her face, but they seemed indistinct, wrong and yet somehow calming. With the smallest of movements, she coaxed him back into his pillows, drawing the comforter up to his chin.
"Sleep well, sir. Call if you ne
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His office door opened on poorly oiled hinges. He looked up from his reverie, expecting the usual despondent blond visage. Instead, two dark suits greeted him, one bearing a familiar orangered envelope, the only splash of color in the darkening room.
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"Who who are you?"
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Lost ShipThe wooden vessel drifted upon the glassy stillness, suspended above and below twinkling stars. They brought no comfort, and served no guide. Only creaking timbers broke the silence.
Eyes stared unto the horizon, as if by force of will another could be seen. Months had passed without sign. Still she searched, each night digging its talons further into her bones.
The crew still served as in mourning, following her ever-more desperate orders. She had heard whispers, though nopony would have directed them to her face. Whispers of madness. Of a futile quest. Shushed as she entered the galley, their eyes avoiding contact.
She took her meals alone in their cabin, now. Where the whispers wouldn't reach her. Where she could see the candy locket and bloodshot eyes staring back from the mirror. Even they were filled with accusation, with reflection. She should not have sent them on a foolish errand, should have gone instead, should have overruled her protests, should have listened. And now there