Many lack the words to describe Mira, the blind, beautiful Songstress in charge of the Hall of Songs, save that she leaves a magical sort of impression. After all, such intimacy with the trials and tribulations of death does not leave one untouched. She exudes a profound peace that comes only to one who has not just accepted the role of death, but has embraced it and has allowed it to free her from mortal fear. Mira played a crucial role in lifting Cicero Gavar out of his impoverished past. When the weight of the Citte looms heavily upon the shoulders of the Inspettore, a word with Mira may be in order.