A Sandling’s Tale
The Luckbringer
CHAPTER
1
The Prophecy
Part One: The Luckbringer
My child, my child, across the sea,
Come home, my child, come back to me.
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The deserts shift with much distress,
They blow in the way they do.
They miss you much, my dear princess,
They wish they could see you.
But you, my child, are across the sea.
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My child, my child, across the sea,
Come home, my child, come back to me.
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The luck shall come back to our kind
Once you journey back to your mother.
It will bring good fortune that will bind
Luck to the world, good fortune for one another.
But you, my child, are far from me.
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My child, my child, across the sea,
Come home, my child, come back to me.
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One day you’ll come to our aid,
One day you’ll come and save us.
One day you’ll come in tired parade,
One day you’ll come to help us.
But now, my child, you’re far from me.
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My child, my child, across the sea,
Come home, my child, come back to me.
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