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Poem 2 - Dragon's Might

Poetry By: Iris Silverson
Poetry


Tags: Dragons


Poem 2 of 7


Submitted:Mar 17, 2012    Reads: 11    Comments: 1    Likes: 0   


Dragons roar

Then take off and soar

Over towns

Villagers duck down

Idiots find it funny

Cause they don't know he's hungry

Dragon spots a deer

That's running away in fear

He stops his wing beat

So he can drop down to eat

He becomes thirsty

But he is in a hurry

To get back home

To sleep on his dome

Dome of treasure that is

For his dome is what gives him his golden light

And all of his might





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