A poem about a role-playing character, the bard Tigi.
I went by many names, before the day I died
None of them flattering, then I met my guide
You made me pretty, you became my friend
And for that I owe you, until the very end
I will find a way, to bring back your light
Show you how I see it, that the world’s alright
The second part of a poem about a role-playing character, the cleric Val Bloom.
Path thus chosen, church I did attend
Learning the religion, that of birth and end
Magic was my thing, all the books I read
Filling up my heart, knowledge in its stead
My bible hates the ones, that will never rest
But should I get the chance, I would fail the test
Soul mate that I lost, grief is deep inside
But I will carry on, and the pain abide
Now working with the dead, before their final rest
Making sure they live, that they look their best
Waiting till that day, when my time is done
When I can look my best, and the world go on
The first part of a poem about a role-playing character, the cleric Val Bloom.
Once my heart was full, love it was in Bloom
The girl of my soul, the bringer of my gloom
Elf to my human, a match made to fail
Many years we shared, then she chose to bail
“Mortality” she said, as we fast grew apart
“I cannot watch you die, but keep me in your heart”
Agony I found, when suddenly alone
What had I done wrong, how could I atone?
Turning to the gods, to show me the path
Show me a way, without tears or wrath
The Lady of the Graves, she of death and fate
In her embrace, my sorrow could abate
Another poem about the third of my major role-playing characters, the bladesinger Zardilann Darhtill.
Freed from my jail, nothing more is Bliss
Even when we meet, you cannot reminisce
Being by your side, slowly turns to Bliss
You in my arms, with more than a kiss
Slowly I reveal, my whole and my Bliss
Praying to the gods, you wont me dismiss