"Doctor, doctor! Hurry, please!!" said Elaine's mother.
"I'm sorry ma'am, she's in and out of this catatonic state.
There is nothing you or I or anyone else on earth can do.
All we can hope for now is a miracle," replied the doctor.
"When I awoke I found myself alone yet unafraid,
a woodland creature came to me and for a while stayed.
I wondered how I got here and just why I left this home,
then pulled myself up off the ground and set about to roam.
The sky was pure the air was sweet and everything seemed right,
the evil that had lived here once now dead and out of sight.
My wings were back and soon a gentle breeze began to blow,
before too long I sailed the skies and left the woods below.
A southern wind did guide me to my hillside castle home,
I eased into the entrance gate adorned with giant gnomes.
The man I'd met my first time here was waiting just inside,
as I approached he welcomed me with arms held opened wide.
A banquet now awaited me and all my friends were there,
those who'd helped me in my quest to bring about what's fair.
They rose as one and bowed to me then fell upon their knees,
'Elana, Queen of Elan' someone said, 'now silence please.'
I asked them to arise and sit and listen for a spin,
I stuttered 'round for just a bit then said 'Where to begin?
Once I was an earthling girl who never had the chance,
never learned to drive a car and never got to dance.
I've left the earth forever now and here I'll always stay,
your queen shall ever care for you, tomorrow and today!'
The room exploded with the sound of grateful Elanites,
envisioning upon themselves transcendent days and nights.
Time to eat before before the night arrives upon the land,
time to speak of happy things and map out future plans."
"I realize now I can't return to where I lived before,
my future's bright, as if I've stepped right through an opened door.
Humanity I've left behind to live here in resplendence,
a path that took me to the stars and keeps me in transcendence."