There were whispers of her coming
On a chilly and cloudy morning.
Her march brought destruction and fear
As I recall the Queen’s visit here.
She commanded the trees to bow
And the seas to dance in waves for her.
I can hear her deathly cry now
As I recall faces in terror.
The eye was her power, her ace,
That even the fiercest beasts can’t face.
Yes, the Queen was stronger than us
As I recall the corpses amassed.
The sun shined and the sky was blue
The day after she left our kingdom.
We, the survivors, knew it was through
As I recollect a peaceful hum.