|Subject:||"lass" means "leaf"|
|Author:||Undine (Authenticated as Undine)|
|Date:||April 18, 2009 at 2:38:05 PM|
|Reply to:||I've seen that it meant 'leaf hair' from someone else. nt by Dragon_Clarinet|
I suppose that could work, as "lass" is the Sindarin word for leaf.
Thou hast slain me, O my bride, and may it serve thee no whit,
For the soul within me loveth thee, not since yesterday nor today,
Thou has left me weak and broken in mien and in shape,
Betray me not who love thee, my Little Dark Rose!
From Róisín Dubh, translated by Patrick Pearse (1879–1916)
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