Janelle Morehart

Rookie (Feb.25,1992 / Some Army Hospital in Georgia)

Aiedail's Lullabye


Aiedail's Lullabye

Hush child of Aiedail
Sooth your aching soul
Hush dear child of Aiedail
For soon your world unfolds
Morphing from reality to dream
In a mere few minutes
So hush hush dear child
Dream of Aiedail
Sleep sleep sweet child
Let Aiedail sooth your fears
Though the moon sets
And Aiedail rises
Sleep on child sleep on
Rest in your world
Of sweetness and inncence
Happiness and truth
So hush dear child of Aiedail
Let the lullabye rock you to sleep

-Janelle Morehart-
(heh, give me guesses on what you think Aiedail is)

Submitted: Thursday, November 23, 2006
Edited: Friday, November 26, 2010

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  • Rookie Just Abby (12/23/2013 4:05:00 PM)

    In Eragon it means the morning star but I'm not sure how accurate that is. Assuming that's correct, I think it symbolizes morning in this poem, and perhaps the safety that is usually associated with that. I wish I wasn't the only one commenting on this, it's a lovely poem as are many of yours. They're amazing! (Report) Reply

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