The Fae and the Huntsman

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The-Fae

The Fae came down the mountain, down,
her heart as soft as rain,
for she had fallen Fae in love,
with a huntsman on the plain.

The Fae came down the mountain, down,
her song soft as a sigh,
and sang him deep to faerie sleep,
with a Fae soft lullaby.

The Huntsman dreamed he had a dream,
of endless summer skies,
of silver wings, and faerie rings,
of a queen with opal eyes.

The Huntsman dreamed he had a dream,
of endless winter skies,
of gray and old, alone and cold,
of a queen with empty eyes.

The Fae came down the mountain, down,
her heart as soft as rain,
for she had fallen Fae in love,
with a shepherd on the plain.

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