Heather Dale /

United at War

A mountain pass, dividing two lands;
Two kingdoms were lining for war;
The East and the Mid-realm were shield-wall to shield
And Eathelmark stood at the fore.

The king of the Mid-realm saw they were few;
And sent his own forces to aid;
So Ealdormere bold, with the scarlet unfurled,
Joined hands with their cousins that day.

And we saw the bright grace,
And the light on their faces,
Two cousins United at War.

As the Eathelmark prince took the field with his kin,
A Princess of Ealdormere bold
Embraced a south cousin with joy in her eyes
And wonder for Ealdormere Hall.

The Princesses noble walked hand in hand;
As two Princes fought side by side;
And the Eathelmark, Ealdormere, warriors all;
Proved cousins could share the same pride.

And we saw the bright grace,
And the light on their faces,
Two cousins United at War.

And we saw the bright grace,
And the light on their faces,
Two cousins United at War.