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Guardian of the Tomb

Poetry By: danielmiller

A poem about egypt.

Submitted:Dec 2, 2009    Reads: 81    Comments: 13    Likes: 8   

Across the land of pharaohs
sand and endless light
she watches dark clouds rising
pitch black of night.
Here where kings and queens
find their resting place
she ferrets out the tomb raiders
the ones who will disgrace.
Now come the evil defilers
the infidels and dogs.
She is there to prevent entry
their brain she befogs.
Creature of the ancient ones
guardian of the kings
with claws of the great lion
and an eagle's wings.
Silently she hunts them down
killing them one by one
and she leaves tattered corpses
to rot in desert sun.
Once more she stands lifeless
there in that sacred space.
Regal and proud she watches
a smile etched on her face.


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