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 The Forbidden Love of a Mortal
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I kneel on the floor of my chapel of rest
Hands clasped tightly in pray, to my chest
My heavy eyes closed and I feel her close
She's always by me when I need her most
Like the Goddess she is and will always be
I let her into my heart, now she's part of me
For all those moons and summers ago
It was a cold winter, with the ground covered in snow
I had a vision of what might have been
I dreamed of a goddess, the most beautiful woman I have ever seen
Her golden hair matched, the aura around her
And when she spoke to me. It sounded so pure
The armour she wore was as black as the night
But the weapon was not used to kill or to fight
It was there to show me, that I would be looked after
But this Goddess I loved, was soon to be master
As quickly as the vision came, it quickly went
But I knew she was still in me, in my heart I smelt her scent
She was everything I ever wanted, and we were so alike
But we only met in my visions, when I was lonely at night
I learned of this goddess, and this heavenly place
I built a temple and worshiped her body and face
But I knew I could never rule by her side
It was the forbidden love of a mortal, the reason I cried.

for ~M~ my Temptress X 2004

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