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posts by Wracu Commoner | joined 03 Feb 2005 | 2


posted 03 Feb 2005, 01:02 in The Thousandfold ThoughtCnair by Wracu, Commoner

[color=olive:1plp0rla]"Swazond," he had said. "The man you have killed is gone from the world, Serwe. He exists only here, a scar on your arm. It is the mark of his absence, of all the ways his soul will not move, and of all the acts he will not commit, A mark of the weight you now bear."......"I will bear you," he said to the blackness. And never, it seemed had he uttered a mightier oath....He raised the knife to his throat.[/color:1plp0rla] TWP pages 538-539 I think this clearly explains that Cnaiur felt that he was responsible for serwe's death. Serwe's throat was cut, so he would bear her swazond upon his throat. view post


posted 03 Feb 2005, 01:02 in The Thousandfold ThoughtCnair by Wracu, Commoner

[color=olive:1q3xqehw]"Swazond," he had said. "The man you have killed is gone from the world, Serwe. He exists only here, a scar on your arm. It is the mark of his absence, of all the ways his soul will not move, and of all the acts he will not commit, A mark of the weight you now bear."......"I will bear you," he said to the blackness. And never, it seemed had he uttered a mightier oath....He raised the knife to his throat.[/color:1q3xqehw] TWP pages 538-539 I think this clearly explains that Cnaiur felt that he was responsible for serwe's death. Serwe's throat was cut, so he would bear her swazond upon his throat. view post


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