Treasure Island

Rev The Poet

(Tanat Valley)

More Than Seen Can Be (with The Spirit Children)


One Thousand Vallies Frozen By Angelbreath
There is more to this world than seen can be
To follow the elvenpath to where enchantment calleth
There is more to this world than seen can be

I'll find a home for me heart to live forever
I'll find me a home where my heart may rest forever

Ne'er seen a faerie but i'm sure they exist
Ne'er seen your soul but i feel it here right now
There is more to this world than seen can be
There is more to this world than seen can be

The final resting place
are you my hearts
final resting place

Submitted: Thursday, June 06, 2013
Edited: Friday, June 07, 2013

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