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"As she climbed the rocky slopes on her sure-footed Thoroldian mount, she felt that everything she had found in Busk—the merriment, the joyous defiance—was all dropping away, and now she was returning to her usual dour self, that the wild dancing girl she had been was nothing but a dream, and now she was waking up again, in a dark room full of foreboding shadows."

- The Riddle (via fuckyeahpellinor)

(Source: arramdraper)

b c a
b c a
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Edil-Amarandh Map that I colored for our teeny bard fandom. 
b a d c

"Suffering can destroy the soul; it can make people mean where once they were generous, small where once they were great. It can turn people mad…But you have not broken. You entered suffering, and it has made you better understand the suffering of others."

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Cadvan

The Singing (The Fourth Book of Pellinor) by Alison Croggon

page 35

(via dancingzipper)

b c a

"You have a great heart, but will only find it to be so through great pain. This is the wisdom of love, and its doubtful gift… I have endured much suffering and still remain unbitter and unclosed."

- Alison Croggon, The Gift (via aedonia)
b c a

"Am I afraid of myself? she wondered, or of what I am not and cannot be?"

- The Naming, Croggon 343 (via bookquoter)
b c a

"Drunk with beauty, I tore down
Armfuls of blossoms.
How desolate the marred sky!"

- Dernhil of Gent (via highwardenofgondor)
b c a

"… love is not about deserving. One gives one’s heart and that is all."

- Saliman, The Crow by Alison Croggon (via moonbeamsandlightning)
b c a

"Is that what I am really mourning? All the conversations we never had, the books you will never read to me, the lovers we will never be."

- Alison Croggon, The Singing (via distantheartbeats)
b c a
b a d c

"Even though you are dead, you are still speaking to me."

- The Singing: The Fourth Book of Pellinor | Alison Croggon
b c a
b a d c

"We are condemned to an endless present, and we can never go back— the source of all our joy, and all our sorrow."

- The Crow: The Third Book of Pellinor | Alison Croggon
b c a

"Fate has many forkings, and some are darker than you are able yet to understand."

- Saliman in The Crow by Alison Croggon (via iwannarocketship)
b c a
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