The Fisherman's LamentThe Fisherman's Lament
Warning, this poem is truly woeful, there are few worse.
Oh fishy fishy in the sea,
Why are you avoiding me,
I try with all my might you see,
To catch just one of you for tea,
But lo my efforts are in vain,
For all I get is cold and pain,
I wonder should I try again,
Or just go home, and eat my bait.
I warned you.
The Warrior Queen - Ch 6 Pt 2The Warrior Queen Chapter 6 Pt 2
6/2 The Fey Army
Corræna looked out over her city from the battlements of the palace, it was on this spot near two hundred years ago that Gryffid the Wizard had been killed and the city delivered from his despotic rule. Perhaps it was this that constantly drew her to this spot in times of trouble, it helped her believe that somehow the city could be saved but beyond the walls was a vast army, within, the remnants of the population who hadn't been able to escape and her rapidly diminishing army. Would anyone come to try and break the Raider siege so the rest of her people could evacuate the city? She wouldn't blame Kossar if he didn't, everyone anywhere near the front was needed to resist the Raiders. For now Corræna would assume no one could aid them, they couldn't hold for much longer but one thing they would not do was surrender, everyone in her army knew the cost of surrender. They would fight to the last man, selling their lives a