Quote: Thane's description of Corisande in a poem. He doesn't write lots of love poetry; he prefers writing about God and nature and death. He wrote one poem about Johanna but he never showed it to her. But he does read this one to Corisande.
And Wilder things. For the ones whose hearts are never here but floating off on summer winds. For the ones whose minds have trouble discerning between the outside world and the interior one hidden. May your hearts soar and your minds roam.