TITLES "STRANGE LAND"
The poem disclosed
is dedicated to the Memory of Vivyne Salame, a Marmarran of
considerable affluence who was famed in the City for her fun-loving
(often excessive) lifestyle as well as her consistent promiscuity in
her younger years (before becoming a committed spouse). Araid Salame,
Vivyne's brother read this public elegy outside of her funeral. Though
her funeral was held within her family crypt, which he himself did
attend, this address was made to her adoring public who would sorely
miss her presence. Vivyne herself comitted suicide after discovering
of her husband's multiple adulterous affairs. Once news of his
pursuits became public, he was scorned by a majority of the City for
depriving Marmarra of such a divine woman...