A Poem to the Wraith

A young bard, Charles the Simple, recently started to perform a poem in the Ludeanian Principalities about a man of vengeance, the infamous Wraith of Fienna.

O wraith, blooming out of black justice,
cold Fury held in melded iron
deep gilded sheen swallowed by old leather.

Haunting Lord, your furs had a better life,
not living for grief or vengeance.
No justice can cure your love.

Justicar, o dear pariah,
do you mock the strength of men?
New steel swords fail to stop you,
young soldiers bicker o’er legends
of your immortality.
My dear wraith of Fienna.

A Poem to the Wraith

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