"There was once upon a time sat a noble's son, young, handsome and rich, by the river side. He sought himself a wife so fair and pure, but found none. He had sought among the king's court, but found only hubris and pride. He sought among the pleasant low, but found only scum and betrayal. And so he sat, broken and hopeless, by the rive side.
Then he heard a voice nearby, singing the most beautiful song he had ever, yet who's words he could not understand. Like a moth drawn to the flame, the noble's son followed this voice, and could not believe his eyes when he saw the singer. A young beautiful woman, with fair, pale skin and long, golden hair, was bathing naked in the river stream, her legs submerged under the running water. The noble's son could do nothing but starre at this outworldly beauty.
But when she noticed him, he was quick to turn his eyes away. "I'm sorry my lady," He said, "I knew not that you where bathing". However, she just laughed and told him "ohh noble man, I c