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Windrider who's blade is fair and strong, was forged in lands far and long, he rides a steed as black as night, it's hooves bear shoes that give him flight, the cloak he wear's keeps him from sight, for vengeance is his with winds first might, Windrider who's flower is fair as snow, was lost to him by the darkest of fow, they came in the night to seek his head, but when they arrived only she was in bed, when Windrider returned and saw his wife, he took up his sword and claimed their life, when he was through much blood had been shed, he picked up his sword and claimed vengeance by the dead

izaac w. hite


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