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The Elf and the Orc

Poetry By: Gustopher

The Elf and the Orc, is a ballad about a young elf and an orc locked in mortal battle.

Submitted:Mar 24, 2011    Reads: 53    Comments: 1    Likes: 1   

Dimont'e was an Elvish lad
From Gildok he doth hail
A death lost love so very sad
Turned Story into Tale
His bow of yew so strongly strung
His sword the finest steel
Necklaced jewel his neck was hung
In battle with Caleel
Caleel was of Orcish tribe
His axe was mighty keen
For death and chaos he did strive
Most fierce Orc ever seen
The two did meet in desert land
The Battle of the Dale
They knew one's death was close at hand
One's mighty soul would sail
With sword in hand and axe in claw
The legends did thus fight
Tooth and nail, bite and claw
The pair fought on in spite
And in the end Dimont'e rose
Caleel sank in defeat
The Elf had won his mighty throne
In Gildok was his seat
And love and laughter filled the land
The years of Elf had come
With helm on head and sword in hand
Dimont'e had so won


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