[Fresco leads what remains of the Narnian army into a final battle against the Telmarines. This is when he is captured and taken as a prisoner.]
Standing at the waters edge I gazed out into the deep grey blue. The waves licked at my hooves as they creeped slowly up the sand. Closing my eyes I could hear a thousand animals running around me, surrounding me, hooves, feet, and paws pounding the earth. Opening my eyes again I saw that it was only the waves. The animals were gone, their bodies fallen in battles previous. Taking a deep breath I turned and looked up at Cair Paravel, it's high towers and sturdy walls in ruins. The Telmarines had taken everything from us. "Our last hope." I whispered softly, the last words the king had uttered to me. Pulling my attention away from my ruined home I looked to the creatures in front of me . A small mass, no more than one hundred animals. I didn't say anything to them, our gazes sending enough unspoken words. Turning my back to Cair Paravel, I faced down the beach, an army now visible in the distance. Lifting my head high I heard those around me pull their weapons, telling me that no matter what, they would follow. Closing my eyes again I let the cool sea breeze brush across my face and through my mane. I listened to the thousands of animals that I knew would be there with me in spirit. Opening my eyes i pushed off of my front legs and reared high, striking my hooves through the air. Letting out a shrill scream I charged forward. I could hear the men behind me, following without hesitation. They dug their hooves and paws into the soft sand, pulling themselves forward, pulling us forward. As the waves crawled up the shore it met our feet seeming to give us more power. As we reached the opposing army, I knew that this would be Narnia end, but it would be a glorious end.
Every night I try my best to dream tomorrow makes it better
And wake up to the cold reality and not a thing is changed
But it would be happen, gonna let it happen
Gonna let it happen, gonna let it happen
English: The Last Supper
Hawaiian: kaʻai hope / ʻAi hope loa (Last time)
kaʻai / ʻai - to rule, reign, or enjoy the privileges and exercise the responsibilities of rule, and one who does so, as ʻai ahupuaʻa: to rule an ahupuaʻa, the ruler of one; ʻaiʻāina: to own, control, and enjoy land; the owner of land; ʻai aliʻi, ʻai lani, and ʻai liʻi, to enjoy the comforts and honors and exercise the responsibilities of being a chief; ʻai ʻili: to control an ʻili land division, one who does control the ʻili; ʻai moku: to rule a district or island [moku], one who rules one. ------------------------------------Hope - After, behind, last, late, younger, subsequent, residue, next, back, rear, aft, posterior, stern of a vessel, fate, afterwards; those behind, afterwards, by-and-by, late, later, hereafter, behind [referring to both time and place]. I hope, in back, behind, astern [does not refer to time]. Hope loa, youngest, very last, final, ultimate.
It's just a spark but it's enough to keep me going. And when it's dark out and no one's around it keeps glowing. Gonna let it happen, gonna let it happen. And that's the hope I have the only thing I know that's keeping me alive. #paramore#paramorelyrics#lasthope 📷 : @tiyaspuriyani_