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Adesso e Fortuna ~ Flame & Eternity | Record of Lodoss War

Transcribed, arranged, and covered by Erik Horvath.

Cover Artwork: Deedlit’s Promise, by Bosatsu.

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Artwork: Flaming June, by Frederic Leighton.

Artwork: Flaming June, by Frederic Leighton.

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loves-sake wrote: hi there pretty petal, i love your blog very much and just thought i'd share that with you! would you mind taking a look at mine if you have time? :)

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Thank you so much. ^-^ And absolutely, I will take a look at yours, too!

All along the backwater,Through the rushes tall,Ducks are a-dabbling,Up tails all!Ducks’ tails, drakes’ tails,Yellow feet a-quiver,Yellow bills all out of sightBusy in the river!Everyone for what he likes!WE like to beHeads down, tails up,Dabbling free!High in the blue aboveSwifts whirl and call —WE are down a-dabblingUp tails all!— Ducks’ Ditty, The Wind In The Willows, by Kenneth Grahame.

All along the backwater,
Through the rushes tall,
Ducks are a-dabbling,
Up tails all!

Ducks’ tails, drakes’ tails,
Yellow feet a-quiver,
Yellow bills all out of sight
Busy in the river!

Everyone for what he likes!
WE like to be
Heads down, tails up,
Dabbling free!

High in the blue above
Swifts whirl and call —
WE are down a-dabbling
Up tails all!
— Ducks’ Ditty, The Wind In The Willows, by Kenneth Grahame.

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foreachstarinthesky wrote: Diggin your bloggroove

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Thanks! :)

Photography by Elizabeth Messina.

Photography by Elizabeth Messina.

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septemberwildflowers:

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septemberwildflowers:

Because I’m GRADUATING HIGH SCHOOL wHOO and I can’t begin to express how lovely you all are. We’re like a huge friendly tea party and you make my blogging experience the best it could be! Cheers, everyone!!

Rules:
  • These awards are for my followers so you must be following moi!
  • Reblog this post
  • Ends on the last day of July
  • One winner, one/two runner ups
  • yep that’s it!
Categories:
  • Snapdragon Award: Best URL
  • Daisy Award: Best Theme
  • Violet Award: Best Graphics
  • Cornflower Award: Best Posts
  • Foxglove Award: Best Jane Austen Blog
  • Wild Rose Award: Best Fandom Blog
  • Daphne Award: Nicest Blogger
  • Sunflower Award: Best Overall 
Winner and Runner-Up Awards:
  • My eternal friendship and +follow, naturally
  • A link on my blog for like 10 years
  • A personalized portrait and/or hand-lettered fansign
  • Basically you may ask for anything :)

Go forth and reblog! I hope your day is splendid.

Through the halls flowed a broad stream, and in it danced the mermen and the mermaids to the music of their own sweet singing. No one on earth has such a lovely voice as theirs. The little mermaid sang more sweetly than them all. The whole court applauded her with hands and tails; and, for a moment, her heart felt quite gay, for she knew she had the loveliest voice of any on earth or in the sea.— The Little Mermaid, by Hans Christian Andersen.Artwork: Sweet Singing, by Kata Kiss.

Through the halls flowed a broad stream, and in it danced the mermen and the mermaids to the music of their own sweet singing. No one on earth has such a lovely voice as theirs. The little mermaid sang more sweetly than them all. The whole court applauded her with hands and tails; and, for a moment, her heart felt quite gay, for she knew she had the loveliest voice of any on earth or in the sea.
— The Little Mermaid, by Hans Christian Andersen.

Artwork: Sweet Singing, by Kata Kiss.

The lacquered shell of a walnut became Thumbelina’s cradle, the blue petals of violets her mattress, and a rose petal her cover. Here she slept at night; in the daytime, she played on the table by the window. Her mother had put a bowl of water there with a garland of flowers around it. In this tiny lake there floated a tulip petal, on which Thumbelina could row from one side of the plate to the other, using two white horsehairs as oars; it was an exquisite sight.— Thumbelina, by Hans Christian Andersen.Artwork by Arlene Graston.

The lacquered shell of a walnut became Thumbelina’s cradle, the blue petals of violets her mattress, and a rose petal her cover. Here she slept at night; in the daytime, she played on the table by the window. Her mother had put a bowl of water there with a garland of flowers around it. In this tiny lake there floated a tulip petal, on which Thumbelina could row from one side of the plate to the other, using two white horsehairs as oars; it was an exquisite sight.
— Thumbelina, by Hans Christian Andersen.

Artwork by Arlene Graston.

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Sing, ye Birds, sing, sing a joyous song!

And let the young Lambs bound
As to the tabor’s sound!
We in thought will join your throng,
Ye that pipe and ye that play,
Ye that through your hearts today
Feel the gladness of the May!
— Ode: Intimations of Immortality X., by William Wordsworth.

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Artwork: Spring Romance, by Beth Hoselton.

Artwork: Spring Romance, by Beth Hoselton.

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Lilac, in Maytime

A joy and a pride!

I love her so much 
That I never can tell
If she’s sweeter to look at,
Or sweeter to smell.
— The Song of The Lilac Faery, by Cicely Mary Barker.

Artwork: The Lilac Faery, by Cicely Mary Barker.

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We heard the musicbut we did not need the words;I think we were them.— Tyler Knott Gregson.

We heard the music
but we did not need the words;
I think we were them.
Tyler Knott Gregson.

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