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The Omen Poem
- "I come to you in darkness, like night.
- As with myself, the soulless man knows no peace,
- And chains, like home, shall be restored.
- But this is simply my warning. I... have a poem for you."
- "To wit:
- Two bands, three lands
- Neither home nor hound that sits quite still.
- And twice: the cutting edge;
- Once round, once sharp.
- The relic of the hero, the relic of the knight,
- The relic of the acquainted king,
- and the bullet in the knight.
- (And the philosopher's stone, from which it came.)
- It's a set! Collect them all!
- Young man drinking,
- Old men thinking,
- Chaos-seeking pawns of order.
- Gossamer strands,
- Rhyming-name bands,
- Only one shall recover the gateway's gone porter
- And enter the city on the edge of forever."
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