“What good I thought I could do,
all alone, against thousands
of years of mistrust and
the power of a Demonlord,
I cannot now imagine:
but such are the dreams of youth,
too gloriously stupid to realise
what cannot be done.
And without those dreams,
how should we ever accomplish
-- Elizabeth Kerner, Song in the Silence --
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