From the Land

From the Land

From the land, the blood arose, becoming flesh and bone. And then on came the family, the building of a home. The land was their religion, from its earth they came. It’s trees and fields and rivers, were their eternal flame.

Then came the foul invasion and the night came rolling black. And a strength that was born long ago. Held those invaders back.

The dark lord came forth with his men, to pillage in the glen. Their faces grim, with scarlet flags, they came about men. The evil grew within their hearts, this was an alien creed. Their wishes were to loot and burn, and see the people bleed.

Then came the foul invasion and the night came rolling black. And a strength that was born long ago. Held those invaders back.